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Re: Time spent per visit and segmentation
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Thanks... It is a bit of a weird query, but the reason I ask is because the business / site has many different internal areas and they like to treat their content independantly - they don't see a visit to the site as a visit to their site (unless the visitor actually hits their pages). So in the above example, even though pages A,B,C and D are all on the site, page D belongs to a different area and therefore doesn't count as being part of their site. So the time spent per visit should only inclu...

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Hi, anyone have any concrete information on this one? I've been asked to provide Time spent per visit for a section of the site. Which is theoretically easy enough: create a segment for the relevant pages (let's call them A,B and C) and then apply the Time spent per visit. Simples. However, if I do this, is the time spent the time spent for the visit as a whole, or just for that segment? So, for instance, if my visitor spends five minutes on page D (not in segment), then 30 seconds apiece on A,B...

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