clickstream


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click·stream

 (klĭk′strēm′)
n.
The sequence of links that are clicked on while browsing a website or series of websites.

clickstream

(ˈklɪkˌstriːm)
n
(Commerce) a record of the path taken by users through a website, enabling designers to access the use being made of their website
Translations

clickstream

n (Internet) → Clickstream m, zurückgelegter Weg auf einer Website
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This integration provides a simple tool for marketers to extract clickstream data resident in Adobe Analytics system, creating new pathways for Adobe customers to combine clickstream data with other data sources to provide insight for their companies.
We evaluate the developed method on two real world clickstream data sources: a web shop and a university student records information system.
TELECOMWORLDWIRE-19 May 2008-Macrovision Solutions Corporation to collaborate with Sunflower Broadband on set-top box clickstream measurement solution(C)1994-2008 M2 COMMUNICATIONS LTD http://www.
Balaji Padmanabhan of the Wharton School in Philadelphia and Yinghui Yang of the University of California, Davis are looking for ways to employ what they call clickstream data--what a user clicks on and when--to verify Web site visitors' claimed identities and to prevent fraud online.
Map data, clickstream data and text (see sidebar on page 11) all add up to richer, more informative business intelligence.
The NetTracker line analyzes visitors' clickstream paths for insight into Internet marketing success, online product interests, visitor conversion patterns, Web content quality, visitor retention, and more.
Businesses are increasingly storing clickstream data in massive data warehouses and mining it.
A study carried out by the company revealed that just 22% of online ad buyers make optimal use of clickstream data.
Palo Alto-based Angara also expects to win business from e-commerce, financial analysis and clickstream analysis.