CPM (Cost Per Mille)
Cost per mille (CPM) is the technical expression of cost per thousand impressions.
Marketing done through impressions is known as the CPM model. It is different from the various marketing strategies of pay-for-performance, where remuneration is made through tasks like click-through, sale, lead, etc., done by agreement of both parties.
Multiplying the number of CPM units by the CPM rate will provide the total price to be paid by the CPM contract. For instance, a $10,000 cost will be paid for $10 CPM and one million impressions.
1,000units = 1,000 impressions / 1,000,000.
$ 10,000 total price = $10 CPM X 1,000 units.
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