Wikipedia article traffic
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Wikipedia article traffic deals with the statistics of user access to Wikipedia articles. Commonly known as hits, the graphic portrayal of these numbers may produce surprising results and insights.
Events as deaths, scandals, international media transmissions, etc. causes instantaneous audience, producing significant peaks in the article's traffic. Usually, at Wikipedia, two articles with "correlated subjects" have links between them, so the audience navigates from one to another, as well as web search engines can point to both (by users-view of the subjects).[no citations needed here] Illustrated examples:
Paco de Lucía's article correlations at 2014-02-16.
- Wikipedia:Awareness statistics
- Wikipedia:Article traffic jumps
- Wikipedia:Zeitgeist 2008-2013
- Wikipedia:Multiyear ranking of most viewed pages
- English Wikipedia Articles Trends
- Pageviews Analysis for Wikimedia projects from 1 August 2015 to the present
- stats.grok.se, Wikipedia article page view statistics from 10 December 2007 through 1 January 2016
- The Wikistics, page view statistics for Wikimedia projects before September 2009 (has gaps)
- Hochman, Jonathan (12 March 2008). "Using Wikipedia to Reveal Web Traffic Data". Third Door Media. http://searchengineland.com/using-wikipedia-to-reveal-web-traffic-data-13557.