What Is Bounce Rate?

Whenever a visitor comes to our website and after reading only one page, he immediately goes back from our website without reading another page or if he exits from our site, then it is called bounce. And the average measurement of similar bounces is called bounce rate.

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Rahul Gupta Selected

Rahul Gupta

1 year ago
Bounce rate is the percentage of website visitors which are landing on your website and leaving before taking any action on your blog or website. The actions can be clicking on the page elements, ads, or signing up. They just visit it and returns back. Bounce rate is one of the factor which decides the success of a website or business.

The more will be the bounce rate lesser will be the chances of conversion. Having a good bounce rate means you will have more chance of converting your visitors into your customers. Bounce rate is also termed as one of the ranking factors and a low bounce rate will increase the chances of ranking for your blog.

Elucidatefacts Selected

Elucidatefacts

1 year ago
Bounce rate is a key web performance metric that can tell you a lot about the different pages on your site and about your traffic.
In simple terms, The bounce rate is simply the percent of all sessions that are bounces. If out of 100 sessions, 75 of them had a single page view and no other interaction hit, then the bounce rate is 75%.

Sujit Singh Selected

Sujit Singh

11 months ago
If you are trying your best to increase the search performance of your blog or site and it is not happening, then the hidden secret behind this is to first reduce the bounce rate. But some mistakes are yours in this, there is something wrong in your plan. We will talk about what is wrong later.

So what is this Bounce Rate, when a visitor comes to your website and visits a page meaning entrance page and he goes back after that, then it is called Bounce.

But Bounce Rate means it is the percentage of visitors who come to your page and go back without clicking on any other page.