page view

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page view

A Web page, which can be of any length and can contain any number of graphic images. The HTML page itself and every image are each considered a hit. Thus, one page view is one hit only if there are no graphics on the page. See hits.
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A good rule of thumb is to generate between 5,000 and 10,000 page impressions per month before accepting advertising.
A page impression is the collection of all of the different bits that make up the page you're reading.
The Company's Internet traffic increased to approximately 173 million page impressions in first quarter 2000 over approximately 69 million pro forma page impressions for first quarter 1999, an increase of approximately 104 million page impressions, or 151%.
With more than six million unique users and nearly 300 million page impressions each month, CHIP Online is one of the most-visited media properties in Germany.
com, had page impressions totaling 9,946,014 -- one percent better than the previous month and 37 percent better than a year ago, according to the ABC numbers.
Mobile content publishers with more than 10 million page impressions per month can significantly improve their mobile advertising revenue by using Smaato and its SOMA platform.
2m of the total page impressions were recorded by web traffic, 1.
Per month page impressions are expected to nearly double to more than 40 million in December.
NASDAQ:MIVA), a leading independent online advertising network today announced the global launch of MIVA InLine, a new product that enables online publishers to build revenue without increasing page impressions or freeing up site real estate for advertising.
Launched by Prime Minister Tony Blair on February 14th 2000, GMTV's website now has 440,000 unique users and an average of four million page impressions a month.
In 2005, Hostworks successfully met a doubling of online demand for the Big Brother website, with page impressions jumping from 94 million in 2004 to more than 170 million.