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What is the best wording to inform site visitors how many times the current article has been visited?

  • 7x readed
  • 7 times readed
  • 7 times viewed
  • 7 views

Or something else?

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"Readed" is not English--it isn't a regular verb. The past tense is "read" –  simchona Mar 19 '13 at 18:34
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7 views sounds fine. But you might be interested in the opinion of the folks over at ux.stackexchange.com –  coleopterist Mar 19 '13 at 20:14
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7 views is fine and you may also use:
Views: 7 or PageViews: 7

Here is a demo from a website that sells page trackers, to get an example of how the commercial people display this info. Here is a good explanation from Google for terms like Page views.

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