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Typically means it's not the page they're looking for.
Can they even track how long visitors spend on a single page?
Can they [stat counter] even track how long visitors spend on a single page?
Visit length is determined by the movement of visitor from one page to another so if visitor visits just single page then visit length displayed is 0 seconds. Also if visitor visit couples of webpages and moves to a different site then we cannot record how much time he spent on last page and hence time displayed is in several hours.
For the other page is this something you see on various pages with many visits. Exact keywords match and they leave in few seconds?
Any problems with the html and different browsers?
Is the page content unique or it contains some text too common the visitor already knows about it.
Yes but if I understand it right, they also exclude the one page access from the ga calculations and listings.
For average time on page, bounces are excluded from the calculation.
...In other words, any time on page of 0 is excluded from the calculation
...for average time on site, bounces remain a part of the calculation...
Could you just split your unique articles into 2 pages, so that the have to click to go to the second one which triggers a new GA load and records the end of the first page visit?