Wednesday, 22 May 2013

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Bounce Rate Are Hell For a Blogger

Bounce Rate Are Hell For a Blogger
Bounce  rate  is  something  which is  often  confused with  exit  rate,  the difference  is  important.  Bounce  rate is originally the measure of people who bounced off a  single  page  (i.e., they  did  not  visit any other  pages  within  your  website), whereas the exit rate is  actually a  measure of the percentage of visitors who left  your  site  from that page.

Tips to Reduce Bounce Rate  :-

1. A Good Design 

Yes having a good blog layout and design can make a good difference , make a design which can make people  to stay on the  blog for much longer 

Have a bad layout can affect you SEO rating as well as the ranking on the google 

2. Loading Time 

Try to reduce your blog loading time , if the blog wont load fast people may move on to 
so other blog , site , 

So improve you loading time 

3. Try to Avoid Pop-ups

Pop-up ads are annoying for the visitors of your website. Only in very few cases they offer something
worth the trouble, but usually pop-ups disrupt the user experience.

4. Browser Compatibility

If you have used a single browser throughout the development of your site, there are chances you end
up failing to display many of your contents in another browser. Use your analytic tool to see the bounce by browser type or use a cross-browser compatibility testing tool like browser stack to check a page that is contributing to your bounce rate.

5. Optimize For Internet

Always remember this is clearly connected to information design; here ensure that you are serving your visitors with an experience that meets their expectations since they are using keywords to get to your pages.

6. Is Your Website Mobile Friendly?

Today it is important that your websites should be accessible from a mobile device or tablet. Do not
think mobile usability as a mean from a design compatibility and accessibility standpoint. It means the language on your site should be simple and clear enough for people on the go.

7. Smart Interlinking of Pages

Interlinking is yet another way to reduce the bounce rate greatly. Readers always show a good interest in clicking internal links on blog posts to know more by referring related topics.

8. Open External Links in New Windows

This is a very simple concept. If you're going to link out to a resource on your website, make sure you have it open on a new window instead of redirecting the user off your site.