What are page views?
This article explains how we define and measure pageviews for billing.
What are pageviews?
A pageview is a visit to a page on your website. Each time a page loads on your site with the Continually embed code installed, we count it as a pageview.
A visitor can visit any number of pages during a browsing session, and these will be automatically tracked using the Continually embed code so long as it is installed on every page.
If a user navigates to a different page and then reloads the original page, this will count as another page view unless the page is loaded from the browser cache.
Why do you measure pageviews for billing?
We price based on pageviews because we believe it is a simple, fair way to offer pricing that corresponds to the value Continually delivers. It lets us offer more affordable pricing to customers with smaller audiences.
By billing using pageviews, we are able to a generous free plan and to give access to our premium features to as many customers as possible.
Are page views counted even if the visitor doesn’t click the chatbot?
How many pageviews will I need?
For most websites, 50,000 page views is more than enough. Check Google Analytics to see how much traffic you've been serving and contact us at
firstname.lastname@example.org if you are reaching a bigger audience.
What happens if I reach my page view limit?
There are no overage charges.
How many pageviews does my subscription include?
Where can I find my monthly pageviews?
Can I add more than 50,000 pageviews without upgrading to an Enterprise plan?
Yes, contact us at email@example.com and we can help you with this.