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Traffic

Traffic is called the flow of data from computers within computer networks. In terms of e-commerce the traffic refers to the number of hits on a website. An analytic tool can analyze which areas the visitors visited on a website and how often and for how long which sub-pages and categories are considered.

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glossary/t/traffic.txt · Last modified: 2012/12/12 19:05 (external edit)