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Where are NZer spending the most time online?

5 July 2005

Where are New Zealanders spending the most time online?

The websites on the ranking below are all successful in maintaining high levels of engagement with their visitors. Whether it's finding that special someone, or the opportunity to interact with peers, these sites give their visitors plenty of reason to stay on the site longer than the average visit length of just over seven minutes.

Below is a ranking of New Zealand websites from the month of June 2005, drawn from Nielsen//NetRatings Market Intelligence an
ranked by average session duration. Average session duration is a measure of the amount of time a user spends on a site per visit (or 'session').

These rankings can be customised to the needs of your publications and articles. Additional information outlining data on unique visitors, page impressions, visit durations, and demographics of visitors can also be forwarded for incorporation into articles.

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