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Market Traffic Dynamics
Top Public Policy Industry websites in New Zealand
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- MoM — month-over-month (MoM) growth reflects the change in traffic as a percentage of the previous month's traffic stats.
- YoY — year-over-year (YoY) growth reflects the change in traffic for the past 12 months as a percentage of the previous 12 months’ traffic stats.
- Direct — traffic to a site via URLs entered directly into a browser’s search bar, saved bookmarks, or direct links opened from outside a browser (e.g. PDFs or Microsoft Word documents).
- Referral — traffic to a site from a click on a hyperlink on another domain (excluding social media sites).
- Search — traffic to a site coming directly from a click from search engine results (Google, Bing, DuckDuckGo, etc.).
- Social — traffic to a site from link clicks on social networks and social media platforms (Facebook, Twitter, Reddit, Pinterest, YouTube, etc.). This source implies both organic and paid social traffic.
- Paid — traffic to a site from paid advertisements on Google Ads. This source includes traffic coming from PPC ads in search results and product listing ads (Google Shopping) on SERPs.
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