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What is CPM?
CPM stands for Cost Per Mille meaning that you pay “X” for thousand impressions. CPM is based on
How CPM works ?
CPM is based on
How CPM works inside Traffic Factory?
Inside our platform, your page view position will be determined by your bid, so consider that, the higher you go, the better the chance to be on the first-page view position. If your bid has the same bid amount as multiple competitors ’ campaigns, the first who set the bid will get it. Let’s say that the first bidder reaches his budget limit(s) before receiving all impressions of the position, the second bidder will receive the unused traffic that remains!
Keep in mind that spots like pop-under and pre-roll are only displayed once a
CPM model also gives you the opportunity to increase volume potential by controlling re-impression and its price.
CPM Strengths & Weaknesses?
CPM is good as a short-term or long-term strategy. This model will show you fast results, statistics, and a clear position evolution just a few minutes after campaign activation. Playing with your bid is the only way to optimize ad position. This bidding option is easy to understand but requires more management to control prices, positions, conversions, etc...
CPM model offers you more options like set a banner distribution rate, a custom frequency cap, and a re-impression option. With CPM you will also be able to use the reservation option which is a flat rate deal that guarantees the position(s) you reserve. (keep in mind this is a – First come First Serve service –so be sure you will always be on time) Reservation tool works only with CPM campaigns.
- CPM is not influenced by CTR so try to impact your final customer with your creatives to maximize your potential of conversion.
- Create attractive banners to maximize the traffic flow.
- You can use this model as a fast testing tool in order to see which banners are interesting for CPC campaigns.
- Used mostly for branding, convert free trials and collecting mail purposes.
to be continued…
RTB: Real Time Bidding.
CPC: Cost Per Click.
CPM: Cost per thousand impressions or technically Cost Per Mille.
eCPM: Effective Cost Per Mille. (Ad Spend x 1000) / Ad impressions
CTR: Click-through rate (CTR) is the number of clicks per one hundred impressions.