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More realistically, users will read about 20% of the text on the average page.

As an example of word count on various pages, here's the total for some popular Alertbox columns: Clearly, the average visitor won't make it too far through most of my articles.

Full eyetracking report on how users read on the web is available for download.

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In the full dataset, the average page view contained 593 words.

So, on average, users will have time to read 28% of the words they devote all of their time to reading.

This wasn't an eyetracking study, so we don't know precisely how users allocated their time on the Web pages.

Usually, I assume a reading speed of 200 words per minute (WPM), but because the users in this study are highly literate, I'll go with 250 WPM.

I was able to fit very nice formulas to describe users' reading behavior for pages containing between 30 and 1,250 words. Pages with a huge word count are probably not "real" pages anyway — they're more likely to be either academic papers or "terms & conditions" pages, which people don't give the time of day.

(In research for the book Prioritizing Web Usability, we found that people read only about 10% of the text that they supposedly "agreed" to.) The following chart shows the average time users spend on pages with different word counts: Obviously, users tend to spend more time on pages with more information.

Of course, was the #1 design mistake of 1999 and it's one of the top mistakes to this date.) Harald Weinreich graciously provided me with the dataset detailing 59,573 page views.

From this data, I removed the following records: After cleaning the dataset, I was left with 45,237 page views for my analysis.