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    What is Bounce Rate?

    What is Bounce Rate?

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    Bounce rate is an Internet marketing term used in web traffic analysis. It represents the percentage of visitors who enter the site and then leave rather than continuing to view other pages within the same site. Bounce rate is basically calculated on how much time a person spends on your site.

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    Thanks for sharing such impressive information.

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    This means the number of single-page visits by visitors of your website. Bounce rate in terms of website traffic lets you know about the visitors who arrive on your website and leave without initiating any other action or event, like visiting a second page.

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    The definition of bounce rate is the percentage of people who arrive on your site and leave without visiting a second page. More importantly, Bounce Rate was designed to tell you if you have the right audience coming to your pages and if you are meeting their expectations.

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    Whenever a user visits a web-page and get bounce from that page without completing any action will increase the bounce rate of website. In other word I can say it’s the percentage of visitors who landed to a page and left. It always consist one page sessions.

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    Bounce rate is the percentage of visitors to a particular website who navigate away from the site after viewing only one page. It can be reduced by:

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    Bounce rate is the percentage rate of visitors forthcoming to your website. Bounce rate is measured in either determining the number of people who visit your website but “bounce” before exploring other web pages other than the landing page or determining which users leave the website after only a brief time span, generally five seconds.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dennis123 View Post
    What is Bounce Rate?
    It represents the % of visitors who click you website and then leave you website without check any other pages within the same site. It is calculated on how much time a person spend on your time. That is called bounce rate.
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    Bounce rate is the percentage of people who arrive on your site and leave without visiting a second page.

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    All of the answers are correct: the user visits your site but doesn't visit any other page = bounce. However, from a search engine and SEO point of view, that's not 100% correct. The way Google calculates the bounce rate is in line with all the current answers provided. A user visits your site but doesn't navigate to a second page = bounce.

    However take this example, what if the user visits a page on your site and stays for 10 mins? obviously what brought them to your site sufficiently satisfied their initial query. Why would Google then see that as a bounce and use it in the calculation for your bounce rate of the site? Its fundamentally flawed. The user didn't technically bounce in actual fact you addressed his query which is why they stayed for 10 mins.

    What you can do is add in scroll events for say every 30 seconds a visitor is on your site OR even scroll events. These events trigger and essentially tell Google that this visit isn't a bounce. That should give you a true reflection of your sites actual bounce rate. You can add these in via tag manager if your using it OR even simpler if your using a WordPress based site search the plugin directory and you'll find a plugin that can help you.
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    Bounce rate is one of the most misunderstood metrics in Google Analytics. Bounce rate is the percentage of single page visits (or web sessions). It is the percentage of visits in which a person leaves your website from the landing page without browsing any further.

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