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  1. Ronnie Jordan

    Thanks for that info. I was one that thought all high bounce rates meant trouble. That makes it not to hard to swallow. I’m sure we all experience it who has a website sometimes. You were very helpful. Thanks.

    • Hey, Ronnie. Thanks for stopping by and reading the article.

      Yeah, I know what you mean about not as hard to swallow. I still cringe a bit when I see my bounce rate percentage getting a little too high. 🙂

  2. Thanks for your explanation on Bounce Rates…. I always get so confused and the way you explained it here is perfect! I can now see the difference being good and bad bounce rates, and more importantly how they can be good or bad depending on the type of page… which I never realized before! I’m so glad I found your page!

    Thanks,
    Grace

    • Hello, Grace. I’m glad you found this post useful.

      I know that there are a lot of people out there that don’t know the difference between the two types and just automatically think high is bad and low is good. Hopefully more people read this article just like you and get it all sorted out! 🙂

  3. Really helpful stuff! Thanks! I think I’m going to have to go and do some editing on some of my posts now – especially with regards to your tip about 1/100 for internal linking. I like to add a “see these other related posts” at the bottom of my articles AND interlink in the article itself – I think I’ve overdone it on some.
    Your explanation on how low and high bounce rates can both be good was very informative – I’m interested now to get into my analytics account and see how I’m doing in a different light.
    Thanks for a good post!

    • Hey, Marlaine! Glad you made it over to read this post. It sounds like you got some good information from it, which is always good for me to hear from visitors. I’m fairly certain that when you do go back and look at your analytics this time, things will look much different. 🙂

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