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    What is time-on-page?

    What is time-on-page?

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    Within the Google Analytics interface (available for Jetpack's Premium and Professional plan users), time on page is defined as the “average amount of time users spent viewing a specified page or screen, or set of pages or screens

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    The Google Analytics “average time on page” metric helps you understand which pages your users spend time interacting with, and which pages aren’t performing well.

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    Time on page is defined as the average amount of time users spent viewing a specified page or screen, or set of pages or screens.

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    Time-on-Page: The average amount of time a user spends on the page on your website.

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    Within the Google Analytics interface (available for Jetpack's Premium and Professional plan users), time on page is defined as the “average amount of time users spent viewing a specified page or screen, or set of pages or screens.”

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    Average time on page is simply the average amount of time all users spend on a single page. But measuring it isn't as straightforward as you'd think. Here's why: Google Analytics tracks time on page and time on site by measuring the difference between the timestamps of hits.

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    Google Analytics operates using time-stamps to record when pages were loaded. It records the time every page was opened or an event was triggered (more on events further down). A page load or an event trigger is known as a 'hit'.

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    The time-on-page for a web page is calculated by the time difference between the point when a person lands on the page and when they move on to the next one. Clicking a link to go to another page in the website is the trigger that causes the time spent on the earlier page to be calculated.

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    The time on page is defined as the “average amount of time users spent viewing a specified page or screen, or set of pages or screens.”
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    The time-on-page for a web page is calculated by the time difference between the point when a person lands on the page and when they move on to the next one. Clicking a link to go to another page in the website is the trigger that causes the time spent on the earlier page to be calculated

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