Say a user spent 10 mins on a webpage.
Can I say that this user's "residence time" on this webpage is 10 mins? Or is there any other better phrase to express this?
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The following site suggests the expressions “time on page” and “session duration”:
In many Google Analytics reports, you’ll see metrics called ‘Time on Page’ or ‘Session Duration’. If you’re asking “What does that mean”, with any metric you can hover over the “?” beside the metric name to understand what it is.
Time on Page: The average amount of time a user spends on the page on your website.
What about Time on Site? Time on Site isn’t actually called that any more – it’s called ‘Session Duration’. Going forward, I’ll refer to it as Session Duration, although these names are interchangeable. Session Duration: How long a user spent on your site in total.
This is known as Dwell Time
Described on this WordStream blog as:
Simply put, dwell time is the actual length of time that a visitor spends on a page before returning to the SERPs1
1SERP: Search engine results page