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How To Decrease Bounce Rate Of Your Site

I am going to tell you a million dollar answer that is how to decrease bounce rate of your site. Well I know some people don’t even know what is bounce rate in site. Don’t worry I’ll tell you everything, just keep reading this blog.

What is Bounce Rate?

According to Wikipedia, Bounce rate is an Internet marketing term used in web traffic analysis. It represents the percentage of visitors who enter the site and then leave rather than continuing to view other pages within the same site. I know higher bounce rate will affect your SEO too.

How To Find Bounce Rate of Your Site

You Can find the bounce rate of your site by going to google analytics. Google Analytics provides an percentage of the bounce rate on your site.

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What is Good Bounce Rate? Average Bounce Rate?

The Majority of bounce rate falls between 26% – 70%. As you can see my bounce rate is 54.08%. So it comes under average bounce rate. If your bounce rate is more than 70% then it shows that you have to improve your content in your blog. This shows that people are not able to find that information that they came for.

How To Reduce Your Website Bounce Rate?

  • Create big posts and provide full information.
  • Add Related posts in your site.
  • Make your posts more user friendly
  • Improve your site load time

Use History.js To Reduce Your Site Bounce Rate

(function(window, location) {
history.replaceState(null, document.title, location.pathname+"#!/history");
history.pushState(null, document.title, location.pathname);

window.addEventListener("popstate", function() {
  if(location.hash === "#!/history") {
    history.replaceState(null, document.title, location.pathname);
    setTimeout(function(){
      location.replace("https://yoursite.com");
    },0);
  }
}, false);
}(window, location));

history.js will help you reduce your bounce rate. When someone clicks on back button then he will go to the url which you have saved it in – location.replace(“https://yoursite.com“);

you can replace it with a post or your homepage. This will reduce the bounce of your site drastically. This script will not work in all the browser.

How To Setup history.js in Your Site.

It really simple to setup history.js in your site. I’ll show you how.

Go to your site file manager and create a history.js file and paste the codes which I have provided and save it.

If you are using wordpress then go to appearance -> theme editor -> Single and paste this code in the post section of your theme.

<script src="https://yoursite.com/history.js"></script>
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Conclusion

Thanks for reading this post I hope that it was helpful and you were able to reduce your site bounce rate. If you are facing some issue please let me know in the comment I’ll be glad to help you out.

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