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Subject: Re: UKNM: Re: Portals?
From: neville clarke
Date: Mon, 24 Aug 1998 15:53:03 +0100

Thank you. Is this an international standard?

>>What is a "real, Type A" pageview?
>Type A is ABC//electronic's term for page impressions requested and viewed
>by people, as opposed to IE4 crawlers and search engine robots (Type B).
>These figures are available from ABC's site at
>The BBC now breaks out its audits between Type A and Type B. Most other
>publishers are looking at doing the same from September.
>Our own recent monthly Traffic Update (August 13th issue) carried a
>publishers statement from BBC News Online stating that their traffic had
>gone down to 14.89m impressions in July - so it sounds like the World Cup
>had a lot to do with that 16.98m figure.
>Mike Butcher - Editor - New Media Age
>T:(+44)171 9704812 2 Berners St, London
>F:(+44)171 9704899 http://www.nma.co.uk

Neville Clarke
AIRWISE - The Independent Airport and Air Travel Guide


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