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What is the rates for getting paid?

     
3:47 am on May 14, 2007 (gmt 0)

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Hi there,

Can someone spare some time to explain the rates of payments or how Google Adsense pay you for per ads, clicks or per visit?

Many thanks in advance

5:16 am on May 14, 2007 (gmt 0)

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google adsense is offering all types of payments these days

CPC , per click basis normal ads

CPM based ads are also shown , these are mainly video ads

CPA based ads have been just started

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You can consider it to be CPC based network to major extent at present

7:29 am on May 14, 2007 (gmt 0)

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Well Google is Currently experimenting with ePCM or paying a publisher not for clicks but for impressions which would revolutionize the way publishers get paid. So a Cost per action or cost per click would be eliminated. This would put to bed all the large publishers and focus more on those that deserve compensation for the grueling hours of time spent promoting them.

60Impressions0 clicks 0% Conversion $0.09 ePCM Earnings $0.01

8:24 am on May 14, 2007 (gmt 0)

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... but for impressions which would revolutionize the way publishers get paid.

not really, this was how the banner ad networks worked and they were dominant before adsense and the syndicated ppc systems became mainstream

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I haven't heard that eCPM or CPA is intended to replace CPC - rather run alongside. It just gives advertisers more of an option - and for those that have stopped using the content side, probably because of all the naff MFA sites, an alternative advertising solution. I think that all that will happen with CPA is that a lot of advertisers that pulled out of the CPC content network, may re-start using CPA instead.
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Wow!

Thanks for the feedback, so for the Impression side of things

60Impressions0 clicks 0% Conversion $0.09 ePCM Earnings $0.01

Is 60 Impressions is like 60 visits to your site right? If so, does this figure means 60 Impressions/visits = $0.01?

Is this example correct? 6000 Impressions/visits = $6.00