Logic Model Component:
Captures the number of times a web page is viewed, divided by the number of site visits
This indicator measures the number of times a webpage is viewed, divided by the number of site visits. (See indicators 20 and 21 for definitions of pageviews and visits, respectively.)
Quantitative data from web analytics
Web analytics software , such as Google Analytics, Piwik, and WebTrends
The average pageviews per visit gauges the visitor’s engagement with a website. A high pageview average suggests that visitors interact more deeply with the site. There is no specific “good” or “poor” average; rather, the site’s or page’s context determines what is a satisfactory average.
"Pageviews per visit" is becoming a less useful measure on its own. In the early days of the internet, users tended to start at a homepage and browse through a site, so higher pageviews-per-visit were desirable. In the 2010s, however, the trend shifted significantly. Most users now find a specific page in a search result or posted on social media, go to the site for that one page, and then leave. This is valid user behavior and does not indicate that a website is not meeting user needs. Different types of sites will naturally have different averages. For example, an online course that leads people through content a page at a time will have higher average pageviews-per-visit than a blog. Again, the most important thing to monitor is trends over time.
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For more information about Web analytics, see Appendix 3 on p.83.
From January 1, 2013 to July 31, 2013, 2,606 page visits to the ICT for Ag website (ictforag.org) came from Africa, with an average of 3.15 pageviews per visit. During the month of December 2012, returning visitors to the Photoshare website (www.photoshare.org) viewed an average of 6.18 pageviews, while new visitors averaged 2.04 pageviews. Visitors to the DHS toolkit on www.k4health.org between November 1, 2012 and January 31, 2013 viewed an average of 2.72 pageviews per visit.
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