This is my first time with all these impressions and CPM. So seeing something other than $0.00 is quite exciting. Not big but exciting none the less. Anyway, is there a way for me to know which hubs I created generated the "impressions"? This way I can write more about these topics. Any tips and suggestions from more experienced writers out there will be greatly appreciated.
PS. Thanks Hubpages for the opportunity.
PPS. Whoever clicked what ever they clicked in my hubs thanks as well.
Congrats Jpmc! It is exciting to see your work make anything other than $0.00 for anyone.
Reading this will help you understand impressions better ...
I hope you have enabled Google analytics which help you understand where your impressions come from
http://hubpages.com/faq/#analytics these may help you get somewhere..
Maybe soon someone will come along and give you more help.
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