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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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Arkansas 2,059,481 page views 2013-14 (increased from 1,051,989 page views 2009-10)
For the first time, Rightmove saw the number of page views on its website reach 50 million in one day, only for this new high to be surpassed a couple of weeks later.
Washington, Aug 26 (ANI): Facebook has achieved a new milestone - it has officially hit 1 trillion page views.
Even if the home page garners the most page views per month, it doesn't necessarily mean it's the most interesting page, or that it "deserves" this rank.
Whether the metric is advertising revenue or on-line page views, it's clear that July proved to be a good month for newspaper digital media operations.
These top three databases average more than 340,000 page views a day, demonstrating that value-added Internet search tools are still one of the most popular uses of the Net.
com, the premier online resource for building industry professionals, has recently experienced a tremendous increase in attention from the construction industry, the most dramatic example of which is a nearly 15-fold increase in the number of page views to their Web site each month.
com had double the number of daily visitors, double the number of page views per visit and six times more monthly page views than the closest competitive gay web site.
com) took the top spot in the music category in both total unique visitors and page views which grew 32% to 427 million.
based publisher of 23 daily newspapers and 147 individual web sites said that in March it had 9 million page views at its sites, an increase of 23 percent.
Recently, excellent press coverage of our site has spurred a dramatic surge in our Web traffic -- we're fast approaching a million page views per month, with no end in site to geometric growth.