The relationship between your bounce rate and SEO Understanding your bounce rate will help you to optimise your site better, thereby increasing your rankings. However, remember that a high bounce rate doesn’t always have to be a bad thing. If the page in question is simply designed to be a contact or address page, it’s perfectly understandable that visitors will quickly drop by to get your details and then leave. … [Read more...] about What is your Bounce Rate and Why Does it Matter for SEO?
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1. Make sure the page is well linked to the rest of the site You want people to have easy access to relevant links that will help them move throughout the site. Including links to other pages that might interest your readers based on the content they are currently consuming. Content that gives more information about particular topics or offers them greater depth concerning this particular subject will all work well. Be sure to avoid linking to broken pages such as orphan pages. … [Read more...] about What Is an Acceptable Bounce Rate?
3. Broken Link Checker How do you think a user will react when they click on a link but end up with “404 page not found” error? Broken links can annoy a user and create a bad user experience. A plugin like Broken Link Checker can help you check your WordPress site for broken links and fix them. … [Read more...] about 8+ Best WordPress Plugins That’ll Help Reduce Bounce Rates
So we do the event. We set it to a Custom category group, we define the action as PageLoad because a user isn’t specifically interacting with this event. Then we set the Label as to what the event is doing. We add a 0 to the value (you don’t have to add an actual value there if we’re not using it, but I’m personally uncomfortable passing nothing). We also then set the non-interaction value to true. This is also key if you use an event here. If you don’t set it as true, then the event is considered a page interaction, and it will affect your bounce rate from the landing page. Essentially rather than someone coming to your page looking at it and hitting the back button being considered a ‘bounce’ it would not be considered one because the user ‘interacted’ with the site. So we set this to true, so that isn’t considered in that respect. … [Read more...] about Where Should The Google Analytics Tracking Code Be Placed?