Clickstream



[klik-streem] /ˈklɪkˌstrim/

noun
1.
the sequential path of mouse clicks executed by a user when browsing one or more websites, analyzed to determine interest in particular content.
/ˈklɪkˌstriːm/
noun
1.
a record of the path taken by users through a website, enabling designers to access the use being made of their website
noun

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
Examples

ISPs and individual Web sites can track a user’s clickstream.
Usage Note

computing
clickstream
(klĭk’strēm’)
The sequence of links that are clicked on while browsing a website or series of websites.

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