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    How I reduce my bounce rate on my website?

    Hello Everyone please tell me how to reduce bounce rate on my site?

    Actually, my website has a high bounce rate that's why My traffic day by day going decrease. what I do to reduce my website bounce rate. Give me some suggestion or If you want some changes for my website like content design or another thing. Please check my website - <removed by admin>
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    That is not the question you should be asking yourself. What you should be asking is how are people arriving at your site.

    If you visit a website and suddenly your site appears as an advert shoved on to people and for whatever reason you are taken to that site, then people who are forced to go to your site will bail at the first opportunity.

    So the next question is this, Have you employed an ad agency or a service to drive traffic up on your site?
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    Bounce rate is the percentage of visitors to a particular website who navigate away from the site after viewing only one page. It can be reduced by:

    Good content update
    Internal links
    Easy navigation
    Quick loading of webpage
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    Thanks for the reply
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    You can reduce the bounce rate by providing quality content which is giving useful and more information about your services. Use more images which are related to your services in between content. Also provide info by attractive videos and take more care on page loading issues.
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    Why do people keep on posting that same old comment about "quality content", there's one simple fact that ewveryone overlooks and that is if you use advert agencies or provide keywords that are unrelated to your site and people find you via ad's or through a search and you are not what they are looking for, then thats the real reason for bounce rates being high.

    If I am taken to a site I don't want anything to do with, I am gone in 60 millseconds.

    It doesn't matter how much quality and content you provide, if I have arrived at the site because of misleading keyword (meta data) or via an advert, then I am off.

    So the real question is how is your site getting traffic?
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    There are number of techniques to reduce bounce rate ethically:
    1. Avoid Pop-ups
    2. Improve your page loading speed
    3. Make your website mobile friendly
    4. Reduce your broken links
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    Post # 7 and the info in the link of post #3 are your main concerns.
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    The best ways to reduce your bounce rate would be to improve site performance. You can publish genuine and user friendly content and internal links give perfectly.
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    “Closing due to large number of replies”
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