clickstream

clickstream

[klik-streem]
noun
the sequential path of mouse clicks executed by a user when browsing one or more websites, analyzed to determine interest in particular content.
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clickstream (ˈklɪkˌstriːm)
 
n
a record of the path taken by users through a website, enabling designers to access the use being made of their website

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Main Entry:  clickstream
Part of Speech:  n
Definition:  a series of mouse clicks made by a user of the Internet, esp. when logged and analyzed for marketing research; the virtual record of an Internet user's activity including every Web site and every Web page visited and how long the user was at each
Example:  ISPs and individual Web sites can track a user's clickstream.
Usage:  computing
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clickstream   (klĭk'strēm')  Pronunciation Key 
The sequence of links that are clicked on while browsing a website or series of websites.
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