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If you can convince readers to stay on your page for 17 seconds, there's a 68% probability that they'll stay much longer which is often 2.5 minutes or more.
85% of surveyed readers select content after reading the first 10% of content which is often the headlines, summaries and visuals. 40% make a decision to resume reading if a summary is clearly shown.
51% of readers returned to the original article after reading the summary that contains 70% less words. Loyalty can be built with readers with only 30% of original content.
The first 10 seconds of the page visit are critical for readers’ decision to stay or leave.
Readers can still exit the site within the next 20 seconds of their visit, but at slower rate.
Only after 30 seconds does the curve become flat.
People continue to leave every second, but at a much slower rate than during the first 30 seconds.