Clicks, often referred to as ad clicks in the context of digital advertising, are a metric that represents the action taken by a user when they actively engage with an advertisement by clicking on it. This interaction is typically tracked in online advertising campaigns to measure the effectiveness of the ad in capturing the user’s interest. When an ad is clicked, it usually redirects the user to a landing page or a website where the advertiser can provide more information about the product, service, or brand being promoted. Counting clicks is essential for advertisers as it helps them understand how compelling their ad content is and can also give insights into the performance of various aspects of their campaign, such as ad placement, creative design, and targeting parameters. Moreover, the click-through rate (CTR), which is the ratio of users who click on an ad to the number of total users who view the ad (impressions), is an important indicator of the ad’s relevance and appeal to the target audience. Ad clicks are a fundamental component of pay-per-click (PPC) advertising models, where advertisers pay a fee each time their ad is clicked, making it a direct cost associated with customer acquisition and an important factor in calculating the return on investment (ROI) of an ad campaign.