Why Bounce Rate Dropped in Analytics..?

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Re: Why Bounce Rate Dropped in Analytics..?
« Reply #10 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.


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Re: Why Bounce Rate Dropped in Analytics..?
« Reply #11 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

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Re: Why Bounce Rate Dropped in Analytics..?
« Reply #12 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.
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Re: Why Bounce Rate Dropped in Analytics..?
« Reply #13 on: 02-15-2018, 03:31:28 »
First search for what is bounce rate and then you will get your answer.!  !-!

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

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Re: Why Bounce Rate Dropped in Analytics..?
« Reply #14 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.


 

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