Or is that secret? or perhaps even a bit of both?
Because right now I don't have a clue, does it work the same way as AdSense? Or is it CPA perhaps? Where we get paid when somebody actually hands over an email address perhaps?
Any enlightenment would be much appreciated.
Somewhere I got the idea that is pays per impression, but can't verify that.
I do note, however, that the earning screen indicates "impressions", "CPM" and "dollars".
I assume that the varied advertisers have different terms and as a result per impression reporting is easier.
I havent seen any networks that offer ePm at the rate i received my first day or I would be using them and Hubpages/YB would be loaded offering the same ad network across the web.
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