Finance Websites Are The Stickiest
from the watch-your-money-disappear dept
A new study to see which websites are the “stickiest” found that financial websites get people to stick around the longest, averaging 21 minutes and 33 seconds. News sites came in second at 15 minutes and 47 seconds. Techdirt usually averages about 10 minutes per visitor, but that’s fine with me. I have no interest in having you stick around any longer than necessary. In fact, I’d rather you got your news quickly and moved on with your lives. Anyway, among the financial sites, Schwab’s was the stickiest. They had people stick around for an average of an hour and 48 minutes as they tried to figure out what the hell happened to all their money.
Comments on “Finance Websites Are The Stickiest”
The only reason your site time average is 10 mins is because you leave the browser open to the page all day and the other two people who come here stay for 30 seconds each.
Or it may have to do with the lack of infantile ranting here. It takes 20 minutes to separate the signal from the noise at slashdot – takes no time at all here.