What is the bounce Rate?
What is the bounce Rate? What mean by website traffic and website statistics ? How we define bounce Rate? Today, we intend to write about why the new site, you can display very misleading bounce rate, but we realized that we had never been involved in the concept of bounce rate, so today we will stick to the basics and expand the topics in the next few weeks. We will learn detail about website analysis and how to increase a blog's highest rate.
Bounce rate indicates a site’s highest traffic rate which is a very important analysis of the site owner. Basically, it will tell you what percentage of visitors is "bounce" after reaching your site leave (for example, before, they just visit a page, click on the second page of your site inside left). Bounce rate may have a lot of reasons, including:
- Visitors playing in their browsers "Back" button.
- Visitors closed their browsers.
- Visitors click on one ad
- Visitor clicks on your external links.
- Visitors use in his browser search box.
- Visitors hit him in the browser a new URL.
All these actions will result in visitors leave your site. As long as he did these actions immediately after you arrived at the scene (and click on the second page before), it will be counted as a bounce. In fact, to find a formula to calculate your site bouncing rate is:
Bouncing Rate = after visiting a page / Total leaving access
For example, if a month period, your site receives 120,000 visitors, including 80,000 after the rally to access a page, the month’s bouncing rate 70,000 divided by 110,000, that is equal to 0.56 (or 56%). You may measure this bounce rate of your entire site or inside a single page.
Certainly, the lowest bouncing rate which is shown on your website due to it means that more and more visitors to your content and Engagement and they click through to the second (third, etc.), pages inside your website.
Now, in which way do you find the real bounce rate of your website? Like Google analyze a network analyzer will automatically give you a tracking number.
Next week we will discuss what is counted to be high and a low bouncing rate, as well as on new you can get from the website misleading figures. Stay tuned.