View duration at one of my hubs is * * * * *(5 stars). Is it good?
Yes, yes it is. It means they spend more time on that page, which could translate to Google AdSense clicks.
3 Stars is considered an average viewing time so getting 5 Stars is very good.It means people find your hubs interesting and as Jedi points out there's an increased chance of getting clicks which is always good :-)
by Taleb AlDris6 years ago
After two months of issuing the Hubs, I can't see View Duration.Why?There are page views, I still see this (-not measured yet-) beside View Duration in Hub Metrics.
by Benji Mester7 years ago
I noticed that one of the Hubmetrics numbers on hubs is view duration. It tells you how long people stay glued to each of your hubs before clicking away for something else. I know that Google measures view...
by Simon Cook5 years ago
One of the things I try and improve is my average visit duration. I've moved it from about 35 seconds to close to a minute. What do you consider a good Average Visit Duration? Is it worth culling some hubs that seem to...
by Kelly Kline Burnett6 years ago
I have hubs that have traffic, over one year old, have revenue with four stars and yet the view duration metrics is completely blank not even one star. Is the view duration not working for my hubs or am I getting...
by Polly C5 years ago
I have just realised that the view duration for several hubs of mine is not properly working. Hubs that were previously showing a duration are now reporting that not enough data has been collected. Here are some...
by Sondra Rochelle4 years ago
These show at the top of each article, but it would be nice to view them easily. This would give writers an idea as to how engaged readers are without having to check Google Analytics and would be much less...
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