What are Page Views?
Page views refer to the number of views a webpage receives over a period of time.
The page view is measured by counting the number of times a webpage is loaded or reloaded. For example, when a person visits a webpage, it counts as one page view.
If the person refreshes the webpage, it will count as another page view. If a third person visits the webpage, it will count as three page views.
There is a similar metric called unique page views, which only counts the number of times a webpage is loaded. If a visitor reloads the webpage, it will not count as a unique page view.