How we can decrease the bounce rate for only one page website?

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Offline alexmembrillo

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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/


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Some useful tips to reduce the bounce rate of a website are:

Optimize Page Load Time
Make Your Content More Accessible with Smart Formatting
Use Sidebar Widgets and Promotions Sparingly
Cross-Reference Bounce Rate with Time on Site
Ruthlessly Optimize for Relevance
Include a Single, Clear Call to Action
Use a Logical - and USEFUL – Internal Linking Structure
Rework Your Product Pages
Make Your Site Easy to Search
Optimize for Mobile
Make Your Site’s Navigation Effortless

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Following are the points for reducing bounce rate of single page website:

1. Optimize Page Load Time
2. Make Your Content More Accessible with Smart Formatting
3. Use Sidebar Widgets and Promotions Sparingly
4. Cross-Reference Bounce Rate with Time on Site
5. Ruthlessly Optimize for Relevance
6. Include a Single, Clear Call to Action
7. Use a Logical - and USEFUL – Internal Linking Structure
8. Rework Your Product Pages
9. Make Your Site Easy to Search
10. Optimize for Mobile
11. Make Your Site’s Navigation Effortless

Offline john_nickson

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If you provide only the relevant information on your page, obviously the visitors are not going to jump off your website.
Make relevant content & use interactive images on your site.
And a bonus tip is you can simply add some graphics (like bubble jumping when user clicks) so that they can enjoy for being in your site.

Offline sophiawils59

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Here are some ways to optimize your website bounce rate:

-Optimize Page Load Time
-Make Your Content More Accessible with Smart Formatting
-Use Sidebar Widgets and Promotions Sparingly
-Cross-Reference Bounce Rate with Time on Site
-Include a Single, Clear Call to Action
-Proper Internal Linking Structure
-Rework Your Product Pages
-Make Your Site Easy to Search
-Optimize for Mobile
-Make Your Site’s Navigation Effortless


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I have one website, having huge traffic but bounce rate is going 88%, and my site is education based and blogs are so informative. But i am getting same bounce rate. There no any optimization working.
newbielink:https://www.janbaskdigitaldesign.com/ [nonactive]

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You need to check the performance of the site page such as its time spent, traffic, rankings for you to visualize the current condition of your page.

 

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