Help im confused!
There are 2 columns on the hubpages ad program, CPM and DOLLARS, both have amounts.
Is my CPM also my earnings or is it just the dollars column?
CPM (cost per mille) just means that if your hubs continue to perform the way they are, that is roughly how much you would make after 1000 impressions/clicks (depending on the type of ads). It's only a rough number that is most useful for judging how well different ad affiliates are performing for you. So if your AdSense CPM was $2.50 and your HP ad CPM was $5.50, then HP was performing better for you.
To see how much you have earned, all you really need is the Dollars number.
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