Page views over time
understanding page views
This graph shows the number of pages viewed on your site over time. The unit is 'page view'. The data can be grouped by month if you wish to (use this option in the top page menu)
When a visitor enters your site, a new visits is counted, as well as a page view. As the visitor continues traveling through the site he or she load more pages and each time we count a new page view. For example, if a visitor enters your site then sees four subsequent pages, we will count one visit and five page views
A visit (or session) is started when a visitor opens your site in a browser and is terminated when that same visitor (defined by an IP address or a cookie) has been inactive for more than 30 minutes. If the visitor comes back to your site after more than 30 minutes, a new session is started and a new visit is counted, as well as a new page view inside the new session.
All our time charts have the following features:
- charts can be exported in different formats (Image file, Excel)
- charts can be printed
- charts can be emailed
- you can schedule any chart to be emailed to you automatically at regular intervals
- you can embed a live version of any chart into your own web site
- you can bookmark a quick link to any chart. A quick link allows you to see the chart directly without any need to log in. Use it for yourself or to share the chart with a third party.