5 Ways to Reduce the Bounce Rate on your Blog


Nicholas C. Rossis

This is a guest post by Karenr Robinson. 

5 Ways to Reduce the Bounce Rate on your Blog

Bounce rate | From the blog of Nicholas C. Rossis, author of science fiction, the Pearseus epic fantasy series and children's books Image: dsa-global.com

One of the main problems that a number of bloggers face is increasing bounce rate. Bounce rate denotes the percentage of visitors who come to a blog or website and steer away from the site after viewing just one page. Obviously, an increasing bounce rate is a hint that your homepage is unexciting or not good to draw the attention of visitors. If your blog’s average bounce rate is 70%, then 70% of the visitors to your website go away after just viewing the page they entered on. It can be your blog’s homepage or an internal page.

The bounce rate is the finest method to examine the activity of your blog’s visitors. If the visitors repeatedly go away from the blog after visiting only one page, you may…

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