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    Time-on-page is defined as the “average amount of time users spent viewing a specified page or screen.

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    Average time on page:
    When calculating Average Time on Page, Google Analytics excludes pageviews that it cannot determine a time for (bounces anyone?). Since the pages with times of 0:00 are excluded, this naturally results in a higher average. One important metric to note is % Exit. This is the % of pageviews that

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    What is time-on-page?

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    The truth is, ideal average for time on page will vary. Some marketers state that their average time on page is between 2-3 minutes. Others dial into this metric using read time, which is averaged based on the number of words in an article and a general readers' word per minute speed.

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    Time on-page is a term of google analytics. According to google analytics time-on-page is the average time of users that they spent on your website.

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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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    The Google Analytics average time on page metric only takes into account the non-exits and non-bounces. Most sites have bounce rates higher than 50%, and the average time on page is taken from the other half of users who don't bounce. Average Session Duration counts all bounces as zero seconds.

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    Anything over a minute is pretty good.

    I believe the average for the web worldwide is around 40 seconds.

    A 750 word blog should get to around 4 minutes.

    I have some long form blogs that actually average over 10 minutes, but those are the exception.

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    Inside the Google Analytics interface (accessible for Jetpack's Premium and Professional arrangement clients), time on page is characterized as the "normal measure of time clients spent review a predetermined page or screen or set of pages or screens.

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    An engaging content convinces any type of visitor to stay longer on a page. If the content contains 500 words or more + animated video + photos, a minute and 30 seconds is the expected average 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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