Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by IMpossible, Dec 27, 2012.
Can someone help me out?
It means how many visitors coming to your site and staying. The more the rate is, bad it is. That means they are leaving the site quickly.........less than 30% is great for a site.
If its ment by email, you want as litle as possable.. It means the email that bounce back at you (not delivired/ inavlid email adress).
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Here let me help you with that:
www.google.com ---> it's a search engine, use it.
OP, read the below topic!
Bonus Rate is refers to the percentage of site visits where visitors land on a page and then promptly leave the website.
A "bounce" is any website visit that results in a single pageview. In other words, a visitor who bounces arrives on a page of content and leaves from the entrance page, without clicking through to other pages on the site.
Ok guys I got the point, thanks to all of you for sorting this out quickly!
Bounce rate shows you what percentage of visitors are promptly leaving website after landing on it. So, it means that they leave without clicking on to other page inside your site. The lower BR on your site the better.
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