Do you know how long users are watching each page?
Here, we introduce the meaning of the average time spent in Google Analytics, how to use Google Analytics to check the average time spent on each page, and tools that make it easier to check the average time spent.
The average time spent on a page in Google Analytics is the average time a user views a particular page or set of pages.
It is measured by the difference between the time at which browsing of the page started and the time of transition to the next page.
The only thing to keep in mind is that today's browsers can open various pages as "tabs", so you can browse another page while opening one page. You. In that case, the average stay time is prolonged.
Now, let's actually check the average time spent in Google Analytics.
- 1. Click [Action> Site Content> All Pages]
2. You can check the average time spent on each page
After logging in to Google Analytics,
The access analysis tool "Anatomy" that "visualizes" Google Analytics allows you to quickly and easily check the average time spent on each page along with screen captures.
- 1.Display page information tab
2. Click the [Average Stay Time] button
3. Average stay time is displayed on each tile (unit is seconds)
After checking the average stay time, Anatomy allows you to easily check information related at a stretch, such as user flow lines, access transition graphs, link positions in pages, and search keywords without the need for page transitions.
The average stay time is one of the important indicators to read the psychology of the user, as well as the user's traffic flow and search keywords. If you're a little annoyed with Google Analytics, try Anatomy once.
If you have any concerns about Google Analytics settings, such as when the measurement of the page you are worried about is not working well, there is also a service that can diagnose the settings of Google Analytics, so please try it together.