- n. alternative spelling of click-through.
- click + through (Wiktionary)
“You would get paid for every clickthrough, which is well, a dim hope.”
“You can disclose gross earnings, but not any specific AdSense statistics such as clickthrough rate or eCPM.”
“No one knows what kind of clickthrough rates ultimately can be achieved.”
“Link analysis and 'clickthrough' measurement are certain other factors that are "off the page" and yet crucial in the ranking mechanism adopted by some leading search engines.”
“Remember yahoo's "clickthrough" fraud of a few years ago?”
“Its new Storm has a 3. 25in, 360 x 480 "clickthrough" screen - where it acts as a giant button, while remaining touch sensitive - an evolutionary step over plain old touchscreens.”
“Marketers are at last beginning to look at the media mix more holistically and to take seriously the increasing need for accountability beyond simple "clickthrough" metrics, according to Nielsen.”
“For more formal uses (writing papers, etc) I just clickthrough to the cited articles and cite those.”
“For example, you can set filters for clickthrough rate (CTR) and average position at the same time to see keywords with a high CTR appearing on the second page of search results.”
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