dwell time
 n.— «Maiden’s view is that digital advertising will only work in places where people have large amounts of “dwell time”—to use the industry jargon for waiting.» —“

Advertisers update their billboard vision

” by Gary Silverman Financial Times (U.K.) Dec. 31, 2004. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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