CPM Calculator

CPM

While dealing with Internet marketing & advertising, you might have heard the CPM abbreviation. Some people think it means 'cost-per-million.' However, 'M' stands for 'mille,' which means 'thousand' in Latin. So, CPM is basically 'cost-per-thousand.'

It is one way of setting the cost of advertisements. Unlike click-through rate or cost per acquisition (CPA), it counts every thousand impressions. As an impression, advertisers count every time a banner shows up on a webpage.

Even if a user doesn't click on the ad, it still reads texts, and the campaign stays successful.

How to Calculate CPM?

Using a CPM calculator will help to define the costs of the whole advertising campaign. Below we explain how to count it correctly.

1. The first half of the necessary data is the advertising marketing campaign budget.
2. Then, find out the number of impressions you require. Use Google Analytics to define the traffic your website receives.
3. Now divide the full cost by the number of impressions and multiply it by 1,000. For example (\$15,000/600,000 impressions) x 1,000 = \$25 CPM.

A marketing CPM calculator formula allows you to count each of the three values. When a website owner establishes a CPM, you can understand how much you would spend and what impact you will get.

Strategies to reduce CPM

Ad campaigns on low-CPM websites can also cut CPM. Targeting a website with a \$1.50 CPM might lower your CPM if the industry average is \$2.00.

Finally, discount or special offer ad networks might lower your CPM. Several ad networks provide bulk discounts if you want to lower your CPM.

What is a good CPM?

Industry, traffic, and ad type affect CPM. Good CPMs are industry averages and greater than website averages. A suitable CPM for a website is between \$2.00 and \$1.50 if the industry average is \$2.00 and the website average is \$1.50.

However, if the industry average CPM is \$2.00 and a website's average CPM is \$2.50, a good CPM for that website would be greater.