Less Bounce Rate is Good?
If the success of your site depends on users viewing more than one page, then, yes, a high bounce rate is bad. For example, if your home page is the gateway to the rest of your site (e.g., news articles, product pages, your checkout process) and a high percentage of users are viewing only your home page, then you don’t want a high bounce rate.
On the other hand, if you have a single-page site like a blog, or offer other types of content for which single-page sessions are expected, then a high bounce rate is perfectly normal.
Let Get Started with the Introduction.
Bounce rate means the percentage of visitors to a particular website that leaves the site after seeing only one of the pages on that site. In other words, this is the percentage of those who see only one page at a time on your site and go somewhere else.
If the Bounce rate is high then your site SEO level and ranking in Search Engine will decrease. It will affect your traffic also. As I would like to see that my site’s bounce rate is 23%, it means that 23% of the total number of visitors who visit my site are those who had just opened one page on my site and go someone else Blog.
Now think about your site, If your site has less Bounce rate then your SEO and ranking in Search Engine will be increased. If I talk about the only bounce rate, then it is less than 10%. The sites get a bounce rate of less than 10% are among the millions.
More than 90% of the bounce rate means that people are not interested in your site. Generally, the bounce rate of medium level websites ranges from 40% to 80%.
One thing I have already cleared up, the lower the bounce rate, the better it is. So each blogger and webmaster should have the aim of minimizing the bounce rate. Now you can quickly learn ways to reduce the bounce rate.
At the time of my research, I found a various website with various ways to reduce Bounce rate and also some blog or website added an extra topic that is not required in this post but to give their blog post length they added these topics. So that’s why I am telling require information from my personal judgment.
These ways or methods will help you a lot to reduce your site’s Bounce rate.
Your goal should be to get targeted visitors rather visitors. I mean to say that by targeted visitors that someone who likes tech or software would like to open only science and reading websites only. So try to bring only those visitors to your Blog who are interested in your Blog content.
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