Abbreviated as CPM (the letter “M” in the abbreviation is the Roman numeral for one thousand). CPM is used by Internet marketers to price ad banners. Sites that sell advertising will guarantee an advertiser a certain number of impressions (number of times an ad banner is downloaded and presumably seen by visitors.), then set a rate based on that guarantee times the CPM rate. A Web site that has a CPM rate of $25 and guarantees advertisers 600,000 impressions will charge $15,000 ($25 x 600) for those advertisers’ ad banner.
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- counterfeit software
A type of software piracy that occurs when fake copies of software are produced in such a way that they appear to be authentic. Counterfeit software would include the illegal copying and distribution of commercial software on CD or DVD along with any accompanying manuals that the original legitimate software was sold with. Counterfeit software […]
Commonly used in IPS (intrusion prevention system), a countermeasure is a defensive technology method used to prevent an exploit from successfully occurring once a threat has been detected. Service patches and access control lists are also considered to be types of countermeasures.
In computer science, coupling is considered to be the degree to which each program module relies on other modules, and is also the term used to describe connecting two or more systems. Coupling is broken down into loose coupling, tight coupling, and decoupled. Coupling is also used to describe software as well as systems. Also […]
- coupon code
In e-commerce and online shopping a coupon code is a code, consisting of letters or numbers that consumers can enter into a promotional box on a site’s shopping cart checkout page to obtain a discount on their purchase, such as a percentage off purchase, free shipping, or other discount. Online merchants offer coupon codes as […]
Software designed to be used in an educational program.