click-through

noun \ ˈklik-ˌthrü \

Definition of click-through

:an instance of clicking on a link on a Web page
  • click-through rate
; also :the volume of click-throughs on a link

First Known Use of click-through

1995


click through

verb

Definition of click through

transitive verb
:to click on (a link, such as a link for a promotion or advertisement) on a Web page that opens a new page or site
  • They have been pressing all Web sites, including those dedicated to journalism, to accept payment completely or partially based on the number of people clicking through an advertisement or even on the number of people who buy a product.
  • —Joseph Menn

First Known Use of click through

1993


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