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How to Make Your Bounce Rate Less… Bouncy (Infographic)

by Krissy Brady · 3 comments

Your blog’s bounce rate represents how many people have visited your website and left after only viewing one page. Typically, the lower your bounce rate, the higher your reader engagement. How do you decrease your blog’s “bounceworthiness”? Here’s a closer look at bounce rates, and 11 simple ways to improve yours. How to Improve Bounce Rate

Krissy Brady

Krissy Brady is a freelance writer from Gravenhurst, Ontario. She freelances for women’s magazines and is currently writing her first screenplay. Like the women she writes for, she wants to have it all, but first needs to figure out what that means.

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Jerry D Ross August 2, 2012 at 4:26 am

Krissy,
Thanks for this simple, but critical list of tips to decrease bounce rate. You are so right on that keeping visitors on your site is so important. I see some tips here that I will implement and pass on.
Thanks
Jerry

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Krissy Brady, Writer August 3, 2012 at 6:53 am

My pleasure Jerry, and I’m so glad you enjoyed the infographic! Keep me posted on how it goes! xo

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Damaris Mia @ Le Magnifique May 14, 2013 at 10:02 pm

Thanks for this! Such great info :)

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