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I didn't understand the values of the chart -page-views (google stats).

For example, for google, what mean these values ?

4.84300 -0.6%

Millions, billions of visits?

In my case, I want to know how many visits the site have per day (average)

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Alexa measures traffic in relative terms, not absolutes. The values mean Google.com's page views accounted for 4.834% of total page views of Google.com. The -0.6% indicates that there was a drop of 0.6% of page views in comparison to the previous day.

Alexa doesn't measure page views in terms of visits per day - to get that information consider using Google Analytics or Mint Stats.

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