A single click by a user on a banner. Not currently implemented.
When a User actively selects your featured listing in the Search Results and "clicks" on it to display your website.
When a link or search engine listing is selected (if PPC ad then this generates a cost to the advertiser).
the action of clicking a banner ad or link to move from your site to the merchants site.
click occurs when a visitor clicks on a link that appears on a search engine results page or on a content page. The person may click on an organic search result, or the person may click on a "sponsored result" from the pay-per-click campaigns.
through he result of a visitor clicking on an advertisement linked to another Web site.
(also click through) the action a visitor takes when s/he clicks on a merchant link.
A request by a Web site visitor for a page that contains an ad. A click rate is the number of requests for an ad as a percentage of the number of visitors to the Web page.
When your banner receives a click (or a "click through") it means a surfer saw your banner displayed on a website somewhere, clicked on your banner, and visited your website. The number of times a web user clicks on a specific link or banner advertisement in compared to the total number of your banners displayed and is measured as the "click through ratio" or CTR.
A server tracks that a visitor is sent from an online ad or banner to a website due to the user selecting to accept the ad.
A click on a link. We register a click whenever a user navigates from one web page to another inside a web site.
When you right click on a hyperlink or follow a link to another webpage you have "clicked" the link.
a click on an ad, resulting in the web browser bringing up the ad's link; the same individual clicking on an ad multiple times is counted as a single click See also: advertise click, CPC, viewer
According to ad industry recommended guidelines from FAST, a click is 'when a visitor interacts with an advertisement.' This does not apparently mean simply interacting with a rich media ad, but actually clicking on it so that the visitor is headed toward the advertiser’s destination. (It also does not mean that the visitor actually waits to fully arrive at the destination, but just that the visitor started going there).
The opportunity for a visitor to be transferred to a location by clicking on an ad, as recorded by the server.
See Unique Visitor.