Link your Hubs so people stay on your subdomain longer.
Though Bounce Rate has never seemed to have been a problem here. Can't tell you why, but Hubs with a high Bounce Rate can still get high traffic here. I think Time on Page is more important.
Ask Staff to reduce the number of ads and links on our pages which all take hours to download so readers click away.
by lucieanne6 years ago
HiCan someone tell me what 'bounce rate' means in Google analytics please? Which is best, a low number or a high one?Cheers
by YU_First 16 years ago
I have a bounce rate of 72.94% as per Google Analytics reports. What can I do to correct this?
by Donna Fairley Huebsch4 years ago
Would it be possible for HubPages to add some "Adjusted Bounce Rate" code to the Google Analytics tracking code currently in place? Right now if a visitor only looks at 1 page, Google Analytics shows...
by johndwilliams2 years ago
Well I was well impressed today - just looked at my Google Analytics and I have an 85% Bounce Rate.Am I doing something wrong?
by codehub6 years ago
Per Google help"Bounce rate is the percentage of single-page visits or visits in which the person left your site from the entrance (landing) page. "This indicates that if the visitor proceeds to another...
by Sophia Angelique5 years ago
I don't understand something.If the average time people spend on an article is 4.5 minutes, how can the bounce rate be 90%? Doesn't 'bounce' mean that they just go on the site for a split second and then go off?
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