Could you enlighten me on your response, please?
If you're using log files or tags, the issue explained about the time
stamps needed on both page A & page B that are substracked in order to
determine the time spent on site is not resolved, as far as I know, by
the use of tags.
And as far as I know, ClickTracks also uses this kind of technology or
am I mistaking?
Not a nerdy remark at all about the way it's calculated as this issue
holds major impact on such a study!
Hope it helps,
Disclosure: OX2 is a WebTrends Insight Network Partner (Europe)
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Ron Spinner <ron@...> wrote:
> Hi Godwin,
> My vendor (ClickTracks) also reports one page visits as zero time on
> site and if I recall the explanation properly - this a problem with
> files - not the analytics software.
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