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Tracking No. of Dropped Visitors

Discussion in 'Tracking' started by mgsolid2010, Oct 16, 2016.

  1. mgsolid2010

    mgsolid2010 Affiliate affiliate

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    Hi all,

    My facebook traffic does not appear to be matching the data from Google Analytics.

    Is there a way I can see on Google Analytics, the length of time a visitor has spent on the site for the last 10 visitors?

    I would basically like to see if mobile users are experiencing a slowness in accessing the site.

    Thanks
     
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  3. mgsolid2010

    mgsolid2010 Affiliate affiliate

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    Sorry to bump this thread, grateful if anyone can provide any advice or suggestion
     
  4. tyoussef

    tyoussef Moderator moderator Service Manager affiliate

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    you can only see real time Stats ,or before 30mins other ways you can see all the things after 24 Hour
     
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  5. mgsolid2010

    mgsolid2010 Affiliate affiliate

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    Many thanks for your reply.

    Is there any other solutions I can use to see how long each of the last 10 visitors spent on the site and how long it had taken the webpage to load?
     
  6. tyoussef

    tyoussef Moderator moderator Service Manager affiliate

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    there is lot of free online services that can tell u how much the load time is , let me Drop some of them .
    type in Google "web page speed test" or some thing similar there are a lot of them
    Good luck
     
  7. mgsolid2010

    mgsolid2010 Affiliate affiliate

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    Thanks for this suggestion. The first test seems to give 5 second load time, then subsequent tests show around 1 second, not sure if that is normal or not (I tried a few sites).

    I suppose what I really want to know is a users experience on the site, for example a mobile user is likely to have a slower connection as opposed to a pc/laptop user.

    Knowing how long it took for the website to load for a user will give me an indication on whether users are actually ariving at my site or whether the site took too long to load that they hit the back key or closed the browser.
     

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