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Why Are They Leaving My Website? Reduce Bounce Rate

Posted by Kelsey Ringuette on Wed, May 04, 2016 @ 11:30 AM

Increasing traffic, generating leads and ultimately accumulating customers are common goals amongst businesses of all backgrounds. Many elements factor in your website's success and it's important to monitor and analyze to constantly improve and continue to entice the people visiting your site.  When people are on your site, you want them to stay and check out all the great information and products you have to offer. So when people leave quickly without really interacting with your website elements, that may be a strong indicator that a change needs to be made. Here are several suggestions to reduce bounce rate that keeps visitors from leaving your site and entices them to stay and view more pages. 

What Does Bounce Rate Mean?

Bounce rate can simply be defined as the percentage of your customers that leave your website after visiting only one page or percentage of single interaction visits to a website. This means that people are visiting your website but quickly leaving. So why are people so quick to leave and how do you entice them to stay? This has to make companies wonder if there is something wrong with their website such as outdated design, not enough content or even difficult navigation. Fixing these issues should help generate more traffic and entice people to stay on your website but it's also important to pinpoint the main cause for high bounce rates and work towards fixing that issue to reduce the percentage. Knowing what can cause a high bounce rate will better inform you on the next steps to improve your website and improve your inbound marketing efforts. 

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How Do I Lower My Websites Bounce Rate?

Posted by Stephen Pace on Wed, Jul 01, 2015 @ 04:25 PM

A bounce rate is the percentage of your customers that leave your website after visiting only one page. The bounce rate can be interpreted in two ways, that the wrong customers are visiting your website or the customers you are targeting are quickly finding the information they seek. But if your bounce rate is high and you are not receiving a lot of leads then here are five tips that can lower your websites bounce rate.

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