Has anyone else found that their CPM on Hub Ads is falling. My views have been slowly rising and my CPM has been slowly falling. So although I'm getting more quality views I'm actually earning less money. When we had the change earlier in the month I was very happy with my CPM, now it's starting to head back to where it was.
Anyone else seeing something similar?
Yup dropped to 50% of what it was when i began
Ok a small correction now andy - yesterday it jumped 200% wow, its a nice amount not some small pennys per click now. Its round about 6 or so
Well that's more than double what I'm getting. I wish we knew how the CPM is calculated so we could do something to make it go up.
I've found that mine is varying quite a bit day to day this month. It had dropped some last week, but then jumped right back up yesterday. It could well fall again today.
I suppose it's a bit like what we used to have on Adsense, good days and bad days. Just seem to be having more bad days recently.
Mine too from last 2-3 days ... 50% drop... If this will continue... I will switch back to adsense after reaching payout (on 4th november )....
My CPM is holding at $4.00-$4.50, which is not too bad, but the 50% drop in traffic also meant a huge drop in earnings.
I was just going to post a thread about this!
My traffic is a lot higher last few days, but my CPM is much lower than it was earlier in the month. I think this might be because advertisers bid less money at the end of the month because they already spent a lot. I could be wrong, wish I knew for sure.
It seems like every time my traffic is higher, my CPM is low. And every time my traffic is lower, the CPM is high. What irony! Basically, I end up making the same. To make more, I would need both to be high.
I am getting far less for more traffic on here than other sites with less traffic..G may not like us yet...
by Jasmeet Kaur 3 years ago
The CPM on my hubpages account is decreased to almost half! I am wondering about it? I want to know if anyone here knows about it. Please help me regarding it. I am totally clueless what to do...
by Rahul Parashar 6 weeks ago
While traffic is back to pre-September levels, CPM has taken a battering, it seems. Is anyone else noticing the same trend?
by Eugene Brennan 5 months ago
It seems to be almost down to the level it was last year and never recovered much since the start of Q3. I reckon though it's probably because I'm getting a lot more views with lower CPM in addition to views with high CPM plus backouts from pages before ads load. The result is that it's pushing the...
by Darrin Perez 6 years ago
It's exactly as the subject title states. Yesterday, I got roughly 100 more credited impressions but made roughly the same amount of money thanks to the CPM being lower.Is anyone else in the same boat as me?
by Natalie Frank 4 months ago
We have visited this topic at least twice before in recent months and I continue not to understand it. No matter what I do or how many views I get somehow I always earn between $1.25 and $2.25 a day which averages out to just barely enough to make payout each month. This was the case...
by Melanie Palen 5 years ago
This has been a problem for years now, really since the induction of the HubPages ad program and it's pretty much what has made me give on on HubPages (I used to write a lot, now seldom.)I have a hub that occasionally gets huge bursts of traffic as it's popular in social media. On those days, I...
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