do google views have a higher CPM, because people say google views are better, is that why?
At low traffic levels, hpads has the best CPM. At medium to high traffic levels, Google has the best CPM. This is strictly just my own personal experience.
thanks .. sorry I should have been clearer, i meant views that come from google on all ads, not google adsense ads, do you know about that?
Basically you're asking:
"Are people who visit my pages from Google or other search engines more likely to click an advert or earn me money that people who visit from Hubpages or Social Media/Bookmarking/Linking sites."
The simple answer is yes.
However it obviously varies between Adsense and HP ads.
In general, internal (Hubpages visitors) and social bookmarking (reddit, stumbleupon etc) are short bursts of low quality (not likely to click or buy) traffic.
Visitors from Google and other search engines are more likely to be interested in the topic of the hub, and therefore the topic of the adverts (if they're closely related enough.)
The country plays a role too - US traffic generally pays better than Indian traffic for instance.
Also Hubbers are generally not allowed to click on ads, so you will get more clicks from outside traffic.
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