Year ending updates on the WordAds revenue tractions

Hey online folks, last July 2nd this year 2020 I’ve wrote an article about my enthusiasm in having my first ever revenue traction for my WordAds. The reason I want to do this is to really share with my other bloggers mainly whose using WordPress and WordAds as well like myself. Plus, to document my progress as well and the information behind it, so in the future once I reached my peak, I would know where I came from (step by step & bit by bit) in which makes it more sweet!

Anyway, before going to my updates now December 10th of this year 2020, if you guys are curious with my previous article regarding this, go check it out here in this LINK which the title is “Finally, I am seeing some revenue tractions to my blog using WordAds

Onto now with my updates:

Month of November 2020

As you see in above chart, my Average CPM is at $0.22 dollars for 1,192 ADS Served in which equates to $0.26 revenue for the month of November.

Week 2 – Month of December 2020

And as you see in above chart for the current month of December (2nd week only), my Average CPM is at $0.11 dollars for 964 ADS Served in which equates to $0.11 revenue.

Note that in the past months, I haven’t had any movement ($0.00) except last June which I had my first revenue tractions (ADS Served: 1,304 | Average CPM: $0.02 | Revenue: $0.02)

Actually, am not quite sure why is that but I think it really depends on the number of impressions and ADS served you have on a daily or monthly basis which is why my this November last month, I started to increase and pick up more site impressions, hence qualifies me to get the CPM.

As we know CPM is the amount you pay on an advertising platform per thousand views for your ad. Cost per thousand impressions or CPM, in the online marketing world, literally means “Cost per thousand” in which the “thousand” refers to the number of impressions. Impressions are the views you get with your site, just to add.

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How I think we can get or increase our CPM percentage?

I think in my perspective, to increase the percentage of your CPM, you got to get an increase of site impressions as well. And to do that, there’s 2 ways I can think of: one is to increase the number of your articles/posts in your website and second, of course the increasing good quality of the content (good SEO post title, engaging topic, well written article and adding more visuals to it like images and videos)

Now, in my previous post I have shared my site’s statistics for a reference. I’ll share again what I have at moment below:

  • Currently, I have 77 articles/posts on my blog site
  • I have 73 WordPress followers
  • I have 1,456 social media followers in my Facebook page

Post parting words

Just to share my personal reaction, I am quite happy where I am at right now and where I am heading to. I am only halfway a year as a Blogger and just about a couple of months as a Vlogger and getting this increasing viewers and followers is such a great feeling and rewarding.

If you have any questions or you want to share yours about this topic, please feel free to comment down below and let’s have a chat about it 😊👌