Definitions for "Clicks"
Slight adjustments for wind and sun angles made by moving the rear apertures of the rifle sight in different directions. The amount of change is measured by clicks turned. The coach at the range may assist the athletes arriving to shoot by calling out sight corrections such as, "Three clicks to the right".
Sight adjustments for wind and sun angle are made by moving the rear apertures in different directions. The amount of change is measured by "clicks" turned. The spotter assists the sniper by calling out sight corrections, such as "three clicks to the right."
Slight adjustments made to a rifle's sights to compensate for wind and sun conditions, made by moving the rear apertures of the rifle sight in different directions. The amount of change is measured by the number of "clicks" the device makes as it turns.
1) A metric that measures the reaction of a user to an Internet ad. There are three types of clicks: click-throughs; in-unit clicks; and mouseovers; 2) The opportunity for a user to download another file by clicking on an advertisement, as recorded by the server; 3) The result of a measurable interaction with an advertisement or key word that links to the advertiser's intended Web site or another page or frame within the Web site; 4) A metric that measures the reaction of a user to linked editorial content.
the number of click throughs derived from a banner advertisement that occur as a result of a user clicking on a banner and being redirected to an advertiser's web page.
The selection of a banner or link advertisement by a consumer
The number of times an ad was selected or "clicked on" by users within a specific webpage. Also called "ad clicked" and "click-through".
A visit to your website, a viewing of your webpage. Also could be considered a hit or page view. infoSpider counts the clicks coming to each webpage you have the Web Tracker Code installed on.
In your Campaign History and Account Overview Reports, you can track the CTR or click through rate of your impressions.
Stop consonants produced by blocking the vocal tract at two points, sucking the air from between the two blocks and then re-opening the tract.
loud impulsive sounds emitted by sperm whales; repeated at slow and very regular intervals.