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  1. #16
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    dwell time is how long a user spends on a given page before returning to the SERPS.dwell time and “time on page” are not always the same thing. This is a very important distinction to make. Time on the page refers to the time a user spends on a given web page before navigating off of the page, anywhere else. Dwell time, on the other hand, specifically refers to the time a user spends on a page before returning to the search results page.

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    Dwell time is the amount of time that goes by from the moment a user clicks on a search result to the moment they return to the search engine results pages (SERPs). It’s a measurement of a user’s dwelling time — how much time they linger on a page, beginning and ending with the SERPs. This last point makes dwell time unique from “time on page” and “bounce rate” (more on that below).



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  3. #18
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    A minute or two is good as it can easily indicate the visitor consumed your content. Less than a couple of seconds can be viewed as a poor result.

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    dwell time is the actual length of time that a visitor spends on a page before returning to the SERPs.

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