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makoo:
Hello everyone,
What is the difference between Exit Rate vs Bounce Rate. can anyone define it in simple words ?

Rajesh Menon:

--- Quote from: makoo on 12-21-2021, 07:56:34 ---Hello everyone,
What is the difference between Exit Rate vs Bounce Rate. can anyone define it in simple words ?

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Hello,

"Exit rate is the percentage of visits that were the last in the session whereas bounce rate is the percentage of visits that were the only one of the session. Both of these metrics are used to understand how people are using your site, but bounce rate broadly indicates how well your site meets viewer expectations, while exit rate shows what pages were last in the session. Generally, bounce rate is a more useful metric in terms of improving site content."

toodmiller:
Hello

In Simple words, a bounce refers to website visitors exiting their initial page visit without interacting with any of its visiting any other pages on that website.

Exit rate: A web page’s exit rate is the percentage of multi-page browsing sessions that ended with that particular page.

There is a formula to calculate the rate that is

Rb=Tv/Te ( bounce rate)

Re= Te/Tv ( exist rate)

It can also be useful to track changes in the bounce rate when you make modifications to a landing page, in order to see if they’re achieving the desired results.

Shailesh Singh:
For all pageviews to the page, Exit Rate is the percentage that were the last in the session. For all sessions that start with the page, Bounce Rate is the percentage that were the only one of the session. Bounce Rate for a page is based only on sessions that start with that page.

firstdigiadd:
Exit Rate is the final percentage in the session. For all sessions that start with a page, Bounce Rate is the percentage that is only one of those sessions. The bounce rate for a page is only based on the session that started with that page.

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