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Title: Why Bounce Rate Dropped in Analytics..?
Post by: clapcreative on 02-21-2017, 06:21:33
Hello friends,

I want to know that Why Bounce Rate Dropped in Analytics..? Is this good or bad ?
Title: Re: Why Bounce Rate Dropped in Analytics..?
Post by: admissioninfo123 on 02-28-2017, 05:24:18
For example, imagine you have a page with great content and that content is about a service, or a product you offer and that I need. I come to that page directly from Google SERP, I briefly read the info about your product or service and I was converted into a customer within 45 seconds. Will 45 seconds of me staying on your page and then being converted into a customer bad for you? The answer is NO!
Title: Re: Why Bounce Rate Dropped in Analytics..?
Post by: SEO.Ninja on 03-01-2017, 20:05:44
The reason behind the dropping of bounce rate in Analytics is only the website engagement. Somewhere your website is not good, it could be in terms of design, features etc. That is why visitors visit the website and go back soon, which reduces the bounce rate of website.
Title: Re: Why Bounce Rate Dropped in Analytics..?
Post by: riyaarora1266 on 03-02-2017, 16:01:38
Title: Re: Why Bounce Rate Dropped in Analytics..?
Post by: miaedwards on 03-06-2017, 23:35:06
Bounce rate should be low. If the bounce rate is low, then it shows that the visitors are spending more time on your website which is a good sign for the webmaster. This is will your website get better ranking in search engine.
Title: Re: Why Bounce Rate Dropped in Analytics..?
Post by: hrishivardhan on 03-07-2017, 02:50:30
If your bounce rate of the site is dropped than you should be happy as never before. that will be very good sign
Title: Re: Why Bounce Rate Dropped in Analytics..?
Post by: arindamdutta16 on 04-11-2017, 05:37:16
I think the SEO always have a track of their site bounce rate. Bounce rate indicate how many visitor on our site move without waiting for more than a sec. For reducing bounce rate you have place unique and interesting content on your site and try to inter link the keyword with other page so that he could manage to click the keyword for his better use.
Title: Re: Why Bounce Rate Dropped in Analytics..?
Post by: vinodkumar on 04-11-2017, 06:06:52
For example, imagine you have a page with great content and that content is about a service, or a product you offer and that I need. I come to that page directly from Google SERP, I briefly read the info about your product or service and I was converted into a customer within 45 seconds. Will 45 seconds of me staying on your page and then being converted into a customer bad for you? The answer is NO!
Title: Re: Why Bounce Rate Dropped in Analytics..?
Post by: surya kumar on 04-11-2017, 06:14:06
bounce rate is average time spent by user on your site. So your bounce rate is dropped means you have to check the pages which are getting good traffic and doesn't attract or make user in-comfort to stay on your site So you have to take a look on content or any issues with site loading like these things. If reduce these then it in controls.
Title: Re: Why Bounce Rate Dropped in Analytics..?
Post by: deekumar0203 on 04-13-2017, 00:44:04
The most common question from every analysts is ‘Where did my website traffic go?’. And this generally is more important for a publisher since their bottom line is directly linked to the page views. Following are the ways to find out drop offs in page views.

    Do comparisons that are divisible by 7 days.
    Check the drop offs difference by comparing ‘referral traffic’ and ‘organic traffic’.
    Comparing ‘reverse date’ data will help.
    Use built-in advance segmentation for direct traffic.
    Compare the traffic range between desktop visitors and mobile visitors.
    Sometimes they might have dropped in the wrong tracking code across a wide number of mobile and desktop sites. Which means, it isn’t a traffic problem but a tracking problem.
Title: Re: Why Bounce Rate Dropped in Analytics..?
Post by: manivel on 02-07-2018, 01:33:49
A bounce is defined as a single-page session – i.e. sessions in which a user enters your website at a page, and leaves again without interacting with that page or without visiting any other pages
Title: Re: Why Bounce Rate Dropped in Analytics..?
Post by: JSImediaJS123 on 02-14-2018, 04:08:16
Bounce rate drooped means decrease of the bounce rate? if it is true then it is good for website. It is good strong customer engagement and high conversion rate which we want for our business.
Title: Re: Why Bounce Rate Dropped in Analytics..?
Post by: evejones on 02-15-2018, 03:31:28
First search for what is bounce rate and then you will get your answer.!  !-!

Hello friends,

I want to know that Why Bounce Rate Dropped in Analytics..? Is this good or bad ?
Title: Re: Why Bounce Rate Dropped in Analytics..?
Post by: manivel on 02-22-2018, 02:53:18
As “bounce rate” refers to the percentage of people who leave the site without looking at any other pages, it is generally considered that an increase in bounce rate is a bad thing. A low bounce rate means high website visitor engagement. Some analysts believe that a bounce rate of over 50% is bad.
Title: Re: Why Bounce Rate Dropped in Analytics..?
Post by: AaliyaAnubhav on 05-07-2018, 01:28:26
If website bounce rate is low then it is a good thing, as lower bounce rate suggests more users engaging with your website.
Title: Re: Why Bounce Rate Dropped in Analytics..?
Post by: Raj Sharma on 05-08-2018, 07:43:24
The bounce rate is the percentage of visitors to a given website that tell how much time visitors stay your website. Low Bounce rate is good for any site but it should not be much low. Generally bounce rate from 35%- 55% is considered good. If it reaches above 70% then it a point of concern to take action.
Title: Re: Why Bounce Rate Dropped in Analytics..?
Post by: DianaBaity on 05-30-2018, 05:06:45
Hello friends,

I want to know that Why Bounce Rate Dropped in Analytics..? Is this good or bad ?

Bounce rate refers to the percentage of people who are landing as well as exiting from the same page of the website. Lower bounce rate of the website is a good sign, as it shows that people are navigating your website and are not just leaving from the landing page.
Title: Re: Why Bounce Rate Dropped in Analytics..?
Post by: Christi Smith on 06-12-2018, 06:03:59
When the visitors come to your website and exit from the same page this is known as bounce rate. Its better to have the minimum bounce rate. If the bounce rate of the webpage is Drop or Less that means the visitors is getting the relevant information from your webpage and that is why the bounce rate of your page is Dropped.
Title: Re: Why Bounce Rate Dropped in Analytics..?
Post by: canarahydraulics on 08-20-2018, 04:53:05
Also some organic traffic has gone from a 90 percent bounce rate to a 7 percent. I'm also seeing a dramatic decrease in Exit Rate as well (around a 80% to a 40% drop in the span of a couple days
Title: Re: Why Bounce Rate Dropped in Analytics..?
Post by: marrysmith101 on 09-10-2018, 22:07:30
Bounce rate means after how much time the user leaves your website, if your content is informative and useful, and lengthy then bounce rate is expected to be low. Low bounce rate is good for website. It is a good expression.
Title: Re: Why Bounce Rate Dropped in Analytics..?
Post by: marrysmith101 on 09-29-2018, 19:44:19
With quality content, and multi media such as images and videos the bounce rate of a website can be dropped, it is positive sign for your website, and will send a positive signal to search engine that the content on this web page is high quality.
Title: Re: Why Bounce Rate Dropped in Analytics..?
Post by: Rattan11 on 09-30-2018, 01:19:23
One moment you think all is going well and then your site’s bounce rate suddenly drop. What do you do when this sudden change in bounce rate catches you off-guard? Well, for one you try and avoid common mistakes we will tell you about.

One thing’s for sure though: you’re hardly alone as this is one of the most frequently featured problem in analytics communities.
Bounce rate suddenly drops due to the following mistakes

1. sending duplicate hits to google analytics

2. firing an interaction event on pageload

3. GTM installed along with GA