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    Posted: Eylül 28 2020 at 21:24

Correctly interprets the bounce rate and what it means can drastically change the way your business works. bounce rate gives an indication of the Digital Marketing Companies Stafford success of the website or individual web pages. Here at Bamboo Nine, we often analyze our bounce rate data to measure the effectiveness of our web pages and web copy. Read on to find out more about bounce rate and what it means for your business.

 What is a Bounce Rate?

Bounce rate is the term Digital Marketing refers to the percentage of people who go to the site and then leave (or 'bounce') rather than spending time looking at other pages and content within the site. Bounce rates help businesses measure the quality of their web site traffic. Once you come to understand the relevance of bounce rate, you will be able to measure the effectiveness of your website and make improvements according encourages visitors to continue their visit.

 How to Analyze Bounce Rate

For your business to grow, it is important you understand and effectively analyze the bounce rate. One very good comparison to the bounce rate is to analyze the average time spent on the page itself. If the 'Time on Page' metric of less than 30 seconds, you should consider changing the content and keywords on the page to bring more value to readers and increase traffic. As I discussed in my article Why We Write Content? high-quality content to help convince readers that the content on the rest of the site is of the same value. This prompted them to click through and read more of his articles, encourage crawlability sites. By encouraging visitors to your website to click through to another page, you will simultaneously lower the bounce rate.


What is a Good Bounce Rate?

So, what is it that makes a good bounce rate exactly? Well, it depends. In general, when visitors have a positive experience, they tend to spend longer on your website and, as a result, the bounce rate is lowered. If the bounce rate on your website high, it indicates that the content and structure of your website is not attractive enough to attract the attention of visitors. For example, if the purpose of your website is to encourage visitors to get into sales channels, one of your main goals is to lead your readers all the way through the sales process. However, if the visitor reads the landing page and immediately left, it creates a high bounce rate and show that your website does not meet the objective. In this case, it is good to take a step back and analyze what could be going wrong so you can fix the problem.

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So, what does Bounce Rate Mean to Me?

You might find this all very interesting, or you may be wondering what all this has to do with you and your business. Well, I would suggest that the bounce rate gives a good indication of how well your website and they help you understand the elements and pages from your website that needs improvement. Once you understand the bounce rate and the importance of them, you can begin to develop a clear strategy that will grow your business.


How to Increase Your Bounce Rate

So, how do you improve your bounce rate? Below, I have listed the top things you can do to improve your bounce rate and get more visitors to your website, who stay longer and (potentially) buying your services at the end of their visit.


Adding Links: If you want to improve your bounce rate, add links on Web sites and content. Link encourage crawlability sites by allowing people to click on the article to article. Links are very important to improve the usability of your site.


Improving Your Content: Here at Bamboo Nine, we know Digital Marketing Agencies in Stafford  the importance of well-written, informative and interesting content, which is why we are constantly trying to improve us!

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