Definition of click-through in English:

click-through

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noun

[mass noun] Computing
1The action or facility of following a hypertext link to a particular website, especially a commercial one: the site allows click-through to the entire book [count noun]: these reports reveal which of the ads are receiving the most click-throughs [as modifier]: click-through banners
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  • Email is so cheap that they can make money even with almost no click-through.
  • From the straightforward cover page to the easy click-through gallery of images, the publication proves again that less is more.
  • So far my ads have not received any click-through traffic.
1.1 (also click rate, click-through rate) The proportion of visitors to a web page who follow a hypertext link to a particular site: advertisers love high click-through the average click-through rate is only about 6 percent
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  • There are a few unique strategies that I employ that have sent my click rates through the roof.
  • The click rates are 2 percent.
  • For many in the industry, the move away from a focus on clickthrough rates represents a shift in thinking.

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