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Jan 16, 2022
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Bounce rate in Google Analytics is determined by session length and user actions on a website. The calculation of the bounce rate can be adjusted by modifying the parameters of the web analysis tools.What is the bounce rateSuppose a user visits a website page. He took no action and stayed on this page for 30 seconds, then he left the website. In this case, the bounce rate for that particular user in Google Analytics will be 100%.You only have to meet one condition to get a 100% bounce rate in Google Analytics, namely visit a single page of a website without visiting other pages of the same website and without performing any actions live such as watching videos, downloading files, adding goods to cart, etc. Therefore, if a user:spent time on a single page without any action, the bounce rate for that session will be 100% regardless of session duration; visited a page, added a product to cart and left a website, the bounce rate will be 0%; visited one page, quickly moved to another and left a website, the bounce rate will be 0%.These conditions are considered non-objective. After all, a Cyprus Mobile Number List person can stay on a page for a long time and do what is asked of him. For example, read a news article or an entry without going to other pages. In this case, a bounce rate of 100% will be an illogical indicator.On the other hand, a visitor can bypass several pages without reading the content, and possibly leave the website. A report in Google Analytics will show a bounce rate of 0% which will also be non-objective.Bounce rate data is displayed in the main Analytics section:.
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