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Bounce Rate

This gives you an insight of how many people leave your website directly after arriving.

 

The bounce rate tells you how many people leave your website directly after getting there.

It can have many explainations which we will go over in a little bit.

 

Motigo gives you a detailed representation of the bouce rate of your website.


 

  1.       The line shows you the bounce rate (in percent).
  2.       The URL of your website pages.
  3.       The bounce rate fort the respective page in percent.
  4.       The exact number of people who left your website directly after arriving.
  5.       The exact number of people who didn’t leave your website directly after arriving.

 

Tipp: You can compare different statistical values by selecting two different time periods in the above section on the page.

 

That way you can directly compare statistics with one another:


  1.        The line shows you the bounce rate for the first time frame (in percent).
  2.       The line shows you the bounce rate for the second time frame (in percent).
  3.       The URL of your website pages.
  4.       The bounce rate fort the respective page in percent.
  5.       The exact number of people who left your website directly after arriving.
  6.       The exact number of people who didn’t leave your website directly after arriving.
  7.       The URL of your website pages. (comparison)
  8.       The bounce rate fort the respective page in percent. (comparison)
  9.       The exact number of people who left your website directly after arriving. (comparison)
  10.   The exact number of people who didn’t leave your website directly after arriving. (comparison)

 

 

Your Benefit

 

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The bounce rate is a very important indicator of the popularity and health of your website. If it is too high, then it probably needs some work.

A bounce rate of about fifty percent is high enough to consider redesigning and optimizing your website.

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