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Bounce Rate
« on: 07-28-2015, 07:34:42 »
Hi Everyone,
I am having one query, can anyone elaborate about bounce rate, whether it is calculated for single page or whole website.. 


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Re: Bounce Rate
« Reply #1 on: 07-29-2015, 05:13:34 »
Bounce rate is usually calculated on the whole website. It is the rate at which a visitor enters your website and leaves without spending more time on other webpages. Bounce rate for a website should always be minimum to get more popularity of your website in search engines.

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Re: Bounce Rate
« Reply #2 on: 08-02-2015, 01:59:00 »
Bounce rate is the percentage of time a user enters your website and then exits so if your bounce rate is too high then you need to work on the UX of your website and make your website engaging and sticky so a user much spend more time on your website once enters

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Re: Bounce Rate
« Reply #3 on: 08-04-2015, 00:52:04 »
Bounce Rate is calculated by whole website. Any webpage of the website is opened without any activity the page is closed by the user so the bounce rate increases of the website. If the customer or user comes to your website while searching and if he doesn't like likes your website and closes it automatically its the condition when bounce rate increases.

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Re: Bounce Rate
« Reply #4 on: 08-10-2015, 22:07:39 »
Bounce rate (sometimes confused with exit rate) is an Internet marketing term used in web traffic analysis. It represents the percentage of visitors who enter the site and then leave ("bounce") rather than continuing on to view other pages within the same site.


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Re: Bounce Rate
« Reply #5 on: 05-30-2016, 01:59:56 »
Bounce rate is the percentage of visitors to a given website that leave the site after viewing only a single page. A high bounce rate can be interpreted to mean either that the content is not relevant to its target market or that the site is not attracting its target market effectively.Bounce rate can be measured in one of two ways:  Either determining the number of visitors who enter the website but “bounce” or move before exploring anything other than the entry page or determining which visitors leave the site after only a brief time period.

Few tips for decreasing bounce rate of your website-
Update your outdated content, Don’t use a popup, Write shorter & effective paragraphs, Translate your site for international traffic, Make your site search more prominent, Make your 404 page more useful, Improve your page loading speed, Make your website mobile responsive.

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Re: Bounce Rate
« Reply #6 on: 05-30-2016, 03:12:59 »
Bounce rate is used to determine how your landing pages perform as compared to visitor's expectation! It is a number of visits in which a person leaves your website from the landing page without browsing further. In order to calculate it, you should use this formula: BR= total number of visitors who only view a single page / total number of visitors who enter to that page * 100.

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Re: Bounce Rate
« Reply #7 on: 06-21-2016, 05:43:36 »
Bounce rate (sometimes confused with exit rate) is an Internet marketing term used in web traffic analysis. It represents the percentage of visitors who enter the site and then leave ("bounce") rather than continuing on to view other pages within the same site.
Bounce rate is a measure of the effectiveness of a website in encouraging visitors to continue with their visit. It is expressed as a percentage and represents the proportion of visits that end on the first page of the website that the visitor sees

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Re: Bounce Rate
« Reply #8 on: 07-22-2016, 01:14:04 »
In Web analytics, including Google Analytics, bounce rate is the measurement in percentage of how many Web site visitors view only one page within your Web site – this is the one page they entered the site on (called the entrance page or landing page). These visitors view only that single page and exit the site on that same page. A high bounce rate typically indicates that the landing page isn't relevant to your visitor or you are not offering any incentive for the visitor to explore other areas and pages of your website.


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Re: Bounce Rate
« Reply #9 on: 07-22-2016, 03:28:05 »
Bounce rate is a statistic that shows what percentage of users land on one page of a website and then navigate away, "bouncing" to a different site. It is one among many statistics that can be used to learn how people use a particular website. Having a high or low bounce rate is not necessarily a bad thing, depending on the structure of a website and its function; it must be looked at in combination with other statistics.
To calculate bounce rate, a count of the number of visitors as a whole is divided by the number of people who only visit one page.
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