I need to know the average time spend on a page for certain period of time. Right now, adobe analytics only have time spend on page - Bucketed. I can know how many times people stay on that page in each bucket. But the thing is, users really want to know the average time spend on that page. Anyone know what's the best way to get this metric?
Use Analysis Workspace
Create a segment: Less than 1 second spent on page
Rule: Time spent on page - Granular equals 0
Create a calculated metric as follow
Total seconds spent / ( occurences - (Segment: Time spent on page - Granular equals 0 and put inside occurences))
Then create table with dimension page and metric this calculated metric
I had this bucket time spend on page. But the thing I need is the avg time spend on a page.
Frank, I am not quite sure if we use the page as the dimension and the time spend on site as the metric, what can we get? I don't think it is the real time spend on that page
Anyone know is there a way to get this time? I can use evar to hold the time, if it is not available by default.
When I do it, with page as the dimension, I get a unique count of seconds spent for each page name, not a site total. I am using Ad Hoc analysis for this so I'm not sure if it is different in the other tools/interfaces.
Actually this is not exactly what I want. What I will need to know is for a page, such as home page, we have 100 page view last week. I want to know the average time spend on home page for those 100 pageview.
If I do on your way, it gave me the average time for all pages.
Thanks for the document. The question is my customers really want the average time spend on page. It seems that it is a Deprecated metric metric. In this case, does that mean by default, I don't have this metric. If I need this metric, I will need to use a prop or evar to hold the second spent? Can you let me know how to get the second spent value and assign to a prop or evar?