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Need current stats on average website user engagement.

Discussion in 'Video Production' started by Philgood, Jun 19, 2016.

  1. Philgood

    Philgood Power Member

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    Might anyone know of some websites, videos, reports, trainings etc. on where would I find "current" stats (and sources) on website user engagement. I need current U.S. stats on factors like:

    Average bounce rates
    Average click through rates
    Average time spent on a webpage
    Average time spent watching videos on a webpage
    Average load time of a webpage
    Average shopping cart abandonment rates
    Average ratio of visitor vs. buyer on a website
    (there are many other valuable stats that I could use of course)

    Also any current stats on follow-up marketing vs. no follow-up

    I am putting together a quick video on picking the right web developer and need some current stats on the points that matter to convert a visitor to buyer.

    I remember years ago Ryan Deiss's Traffic and conversion videos had quite a bit of visitor behavior data but that was a while back.

    Thanks so much,
    Philgood
     
  2. StormLand

    StormLand Newbie

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    I don't think you could find some site like that
     
  3. Philgood

    Philgood Power Member

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    Thanks for your "reply" and I understand that you are trying to boost your message count but I have come across quite a few websites, videos, reports, trainings etc. that talked a lot about website user engagement. I am only asking the group if they have come across any "current" stats (Not if it exist or not)
    Thanks again,
    Philgood