Why Bounce Rate Dropped in Analytics

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Why Bounce Rate Dropped in Analytics
« on: 10-05-2016, 06:18:08 »
I have notice that the last few days my website bounce rate which has come down drastically. I know generally it is a
good sign but in last couple of days, it has dropped very much. what is reason behind of this.


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Re: Why Bounce Rate Dropped in Analytics
« Reply #1 on: 10-06-2016, 01:39:10 »
Did you do any optimization lately?

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Re: Why Bounce Rate Dropped in Analytics
« Reply #2 on: 10-06-2016, 07:04:08 »
It basically means that people provide more time on your pages, which is good sign as you mentioned.
There can be many reasons, maybe you have published some new contetn on site which is interesting to users or your site is ranking well for something which is topical at this moment.
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Re: Why Bounce Rate Dropped in Analytics
« Reply #3 on: 10-07-2016, 01:23:54 »
A low bounce rate is better that only means that users tries to explore your website. What are the updates that you did recently?

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Re: Why Bounce Rate Dropped in Analytics
« Reply #4 on: 10-17-2016, 21:59:06 »
What did you mean by 'my website bounce rate which has come down drastically)?. Did you know that a 90% bounce rate is not always a bad thing? 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!

You are the only one (with the help og GA) who can answer your question about why your bounce rate came down drastically. How are you counting your bounce rate? Are your visitors landing on a specific page or your home page?

What I am trying to say is, a lot of factors could be affecting your low bounce rate, and unfortunately, we can only guess because we don't have access to your GA to try to analyze what is happening.


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Re: Why Bounce Rate Dropped in Analytics
« Reply #5 on: 05-11-2021, 22:26:17 »
Firing an interaction event on page load is another factor which causes a sudden drop in bounce rate. A pageview is itself an event and when an interaction event occurs at the same time, the bounce rate will drop. The user is counted as a bounced user until he performs an event on the site other than a pageview.

 

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