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Search Engine Optimization => Advanced Search Engine Optimization => Topic started by: edtechwebdesign on 12-11-2017, 03:41:31

Title: How we can decrease the bounce rate for only one page website?
Post by: edtechwebdesign on 12-11-2017, 03:41:31
Hi Guys Please, help me out, how we can decrease the bounce rate for my one page website?.
Title: Re: How we can decrease the bounce rate for only one page website?
Post by: berto on 12-11-2017, 20:33:42
One page website is popularly known as a Landing Page. Study your target audience first then use this information to design and build your page according to the users perspective, needs, and expectation.
Title: Re: How we can decrease the bounce rate for only one page website?
Post by: veraajverma on 12-14-2017, 04:46:02
If there is a form in that page then you can create a thank-you page and when user will click on the submit button it will redirect user to thank-you page...

And if its just an informative page then you can add a subscriber form and when user will fill that form same thing will happen with user (mentioned as above)..
Title: Re: How we can decrease the bounce rate for only one page website?
Post by: Deepak1 on 12-15-2017, 02:42:35
How sticky is your website? Are your visitors hanging around, or are they bouncing right off the page? Lucky for you, there's a metric for that.

Your website's bounce rate is a metric that indicates the percentage of people who land on one of your web pages and then leave without clicking to anywhere else on your website -- in other words, single-page visitors.

If visitors bounce, it suggests they either didn't find what they were looking for, or the page wasn't user-friendly.
Title: Re: How we can decrease the bounce rate for only one page website?
Post by: RH-Calvin on 12-18-2017, 09:54:41
Bounce rate is the percentage of visitors to a particular website who navigate away from the site after viewing only one page. It can be reduced by:

Good content update
Internal links
Easy navigation
Quick loading of webpage
Title: Re: How we can decrease the bounce rate for only one page website?
Post by: damponting44 on 01-23-2018, 22:21:31
A bounce is defined as a single page visit. If a user clicks on a link to a page on your website, spends five minutes reading that page, and then exits your site, they’re a bounce. In other words, a user could find exactly what they’re looking for, have a great experience on your website, and still be counted as a bounce.
Title: Re: How we can decrease the bounce rate for only one page website?
Post by: JSImediaJS123 on 01-28-2018, 23:40:24
For one page website bounce rate is considered if within 5 seconds users will leave your website. Try to check designing structure, is it ok and easy to navigate? and most importantly have a look that people will search by those keywords those are exactly you offer or not. means suppose users search by some keyword but after landing your page can not find that product or service by which they have searched.
Title: Re: How we can decrease the bounce rate for only one page website?
Post by: JanviArora on 04-02-2019, 09:24:41
We can reduce the bounce rate of the one-page website by taking care of below things:

By improving our Content's Readability.
Create a great Call-to-Action.
Target Keywords which has high search volume.
Keep the right and fresh content on the website.
Just avoid Popups which Disrupt the user experience.
Title: Re: How we can decrease the bounce rate for only one page website?
Post by: smkghosh on 04-05-2019, 00:44:43
My points:
Excellent Relevant content.
Avoiding Popups.
Perfect call to action.
Explainer video.
Chat widget integration.
Thank you page.
Title: Re: How we can decrease the bounce rate for only one page website?
Post by: Easton234 on 04-05-2019, 03:59:49
In order to decrease the bounce rate of your website, your website should contain lengthy but quality and funny contents that can compel visitors to stay long on your website. In my opinion, only visitor- friendly contents can be very helpful to lessen bounce rate.
Title: Re: How we can decrease the bounce rate for only one page website?
Post by: alexmembrillo on 04-12-2019, 02:29:42
As many colleagues here mentioned engaging content is key to have a lower bounce rate. However, if you're checking your bounce rate with Google Analytics make sure that it's actually true. Many people have reported that sometimes Google Analytics doesn't describe the whole truth.

Check this article to learn more:

https://www.2dogsdesign.com/google-analytics-bounce-rate/