What is ‘Impression’
A metric used to quantify the display of an advertisement on a web page. Impressions are used in banner advertising, which often pays on a per impression basis. Frequently, these are measured by Cost Per Mille (CPM), where mille refers to 1,000 impressions.
For example, a banner ad might have a CPM (cost per thousand) of $5, meaning that the website owner receives $5 every time an ad on his website is displayed 1,000 times.
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