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pageview

(ˈpeɪdʒˌvjuː)
n
(Computer Science) computing an electronic page of information displayed in response to a user's request, such as one page of a website
Translations

pageview

[ˈpeɪdʒvjuː] nvisite f (d'un site, d'une page Internet)
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We compared posts with a higher and lower pageview scores through a median split.
The firm's ad optimisation and management, LightningLoad ads, benefits as a Google Certified Publishing Partner and custom video channel services are provided at zero cost to bloggers, helping moms, creatives, makers and writers earn an average of 123% more money per pageview.
Considering that a single pageview or download of Bieber's Tweet is enough to constitute publication, and the Montreal Gazette reported that Bieber has over 80 million Twitter followers, the publication test does not bode well for Bieber.
Xu, "Measuring client-perceived pageview response time of Internet services," IEEE Transactions on Parallel and Distributed Systems, vol.
Some papers presented by other participants have shed further light on Wikipedia usage in terms of access patterns and pageview statistics.
A word that's close to my heart is pageview, which describes what happens when someone visits WalesOnline.
If one user asked about four different services you offer, each one of those services would be considered a pageview.
has developed covert tools to seed the internet with false information, including the ability to manipulate the results of online polls, artificially inflate pageview counts on web sites, "amplif[y]" sanctioned messages on YouTube, and censor video content judged to be "extremist.
While his post about the move explains the reasoning in great detail, Sullivan simply summarized the transition by saying, "We wanted to experiment with the very old, but also now rare, formula of simple reader-supported journalism, without ads, advertorials, or pageview whoring.
The video were posted on CAA's website and Facebook page weekly--garnering more than 1,000 views in a month, with an average pageview time of over three minutes.
PhoneDog, a mobile news and reviews website, requests that its employees maintain Twitter accounts for market- and pageview purposes.