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If users were spending just 30 seconds on the site, I do say that it would have been disastrous for it. (I read it as 30-60 minutes)Can't speak for "users" but I rarely spend more then tens of seconds in any page.
The problem is that my BR is much worst with Google, due to the crappier, third tier keywords they send
[edited by: indyank at 5:48 am (utc) on Sep 11, 2011]
Can't speak for "users" but I rarely spend more then tens of seconds in any page.
-- A user saves a page on their hard drive
-- A user prints out a copy of a page
It's the Chrome browser. It has tens of millions of regular users, easily enough to allow it to collect statistically-significant data
[edited by: Simsi at 2:12 pm (utc) on Sep 11, 2011]
Once on the site you then need to manipulate users into staying longer than they normally would.....Perhaps a online game section on your website which you stuff with free flash games to up that time spent on website? Freebies but with bureaucratic time consuming forms/processes to obtain?
[edited by: indyank at 3:42 pm (utc) on Sep 11, 2011]
but they can still read user behavior from actions performed on their SERPS