It took me a long time to understand the difference between exit and bounce rates. This is because nobody (including Google analytics) explained that the one figure was a percentage of a single page and the other was a percentage of the entire website. I google this, intermittently, for more than a year. Finally, in desperation, I went to duckduckgo.com and searched from there. I finally found three explanations on page one! I have taken the liberty of drawing an illustration which makes it very easy to understand (I hope).
by Ro Carter-Wilson4 weeks ago
Hi Hubbers,I'd like some help with passing the Quality Assessment Process. Will you please give feedback on my Hub What's the difference between Acrylic and Polycarbonate?? (must be signed in to view). What can I do to...
by Trudy Cooper21 months ago
Please tell me what the difference is between writing a blog and writing a HubPage? If any?
by Cagsil5 years ago
Just curious to get people's reactions, opinions, insight, knowledge or wisdom, so as to see if a barrier I see actually exists.The barrier? Is the ignorance(lack of knowledge) behind making them the same thing, when...
by Credence24 years ago
Somewhere within the tapestry of recent history a determination was made that fully automatic sub machine guns like the Thompson could not be obtained by the private citizen for self defense. These were the weapons of...
by jomine6 years ago
isn't it just what i believe is "believe" and what others believe superstition? is isn't all religious beliefs just superstition?
by Disappearinghead3 years ago
.......in terms of behaviours and activities?I've just read a hub by someone talking about the old Chestnut that not all who call themselves Christian are going to heaven citing Jesus "Not all who cry Lord will...
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