Difference between "hits" and "visits" on a web page stats?

Answer "Hits", in the raw form, counts every download from your site. So a visit to your home page could score hits for the page itself, the background, every graphic, etc. But all those hits just count a... Read More »

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Do most blog hit counters show all hits or just unique visits?

Many free blog hit counters downloadable via the Internet give you the option to track all hits on your blog (how many times the page is accessed) and/or unique visitors (which is generally more ac... Read More »

The Definition of Web Page Hits?

The standard definition of a website hit is a visit at least one second in duration by a unique user (determined by IP address) to any page on the site. Even though the user many visit multiple tim... Read More »

How to Track Your wikiHow Stats on Your User Page?

The Stats template displays the number of articles you have started, the number of people that have read your articles, the titles of your five most recent articles and the number of edits you have... Read More »

On what is the difference between "hits" and "visitors"?

Visitors are the number of unique viewers that have read you story while hits are the number of times a link to your story has been clicked on. The same viewer can visit your story several times an... Read More »