- 1,007,195 Unique Users visited us in the last month
a typical visit lasting 6 minutes and 41 seconds.
I’m curious as to how that figure is arrived at. Far as I know, there’s no auto-refresh on forum pages; so you can’t readily tell the difference between a reader opening a single page and then immediately closing it, and another sitting there gazing at it for half an hour. Presumably then, it’s a best guess based on when perceived activity stops.Posted 5 years agophil.wMember
So if I login from home, from my iPhone and from my work PC I take it that counts as 3 ‘individual users’?
For now yes. Unless Singletrack have signed up to the Universal Analytics Beta.
Soon Google are dropping tracking users by cookies and switching to user ID’s which will allow tracking of individuals across multiple devices.
Bounce rate has increased by 7% over this time last year.
That’s not bad at all, I’d have expected it to be higher.Posted 5 years agopatricksingletrackMember
DavidB – Yes, for his site but the process would have to be carried out for every site on order for it to be a useful figure. What’s important in web stats is normally comparison between sites. So as long as we are all measuring the same thing, we can compare.
Personally I always thought pageviews and visits were more useful comparators, but unless I can persuade the rest of the web and advertising industries that doesn’t really mean much.Posted 5 years ago
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