Cost-Per-Impressions (CPI)

Created by Faye BSG, Modified on Fri, 06 Oct 2023 at 07:05 AM by Faye BSG

Cost-Per-Impressions (CPI) refers to the rate that an advertiser has agreed to pay per 1,000 views of a particular advertisement. A website that serves ads based on CPI doesn’t need the user to click on the ad – each appearance of the ad in front of a user counts as one impression. The advertiser agrees to pay the website a certain price for every 1,000 impressions the ad receives. Cost per impression is also known as Cost-Per-Thousand (CPM). The letter "M" is the Roman numeral for 1,000. 

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