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
Every time a visitor clicks on an advertising banner to access the advertiser's Web site, it is counted as a "click" or "click-through."
the number of times a user clicks a banner or other advertising unit.
When a consumer clicks on a banner to follow through to the link it is considered a click. See Also: Impressions.
The opportunity for a visitor to be transferred to a location by clicking on an ad (see click through).
Banners are operated by clicking the cursor over them. Not too surprisingly these responses are called "clicks" or "click throughs."
When a visitor clicks his or her mouse on a banner ad, they are automatically transferred to the advertiser's site. The number of responses to a banner ad is sometimes referred to as the number of "clicks."
One click is registered each time a user clicks their mouse on an advertiser's ad and is taken to their website. For PPC ads, an advertiser only pays when an actual click is registered, not each time the ad is displayed.
The number of times site visitors have selected a link appearing in a company's listing which takes them to another location designated by the company, such as the company's website or other company information source.