Revenue & Bounce rate

Bounce rate:The Most Important Web Site Statistic

Here's why it 's important:   Lower bounce rates  produce  higher rates of Revenue growth 

Bounce rate is insightful because from the perspective of a website visitor, it measures this phenomenon: "I came; I puked; I left." (OK, technically it also means the number of sessions with just one pageview.)

"There is a real possibility that bounce rate is a significant ranking factor right now.   Eric Enge; Search Engine Land

Google.com analytics specialist Avinash Kaushik has stated: (Source Wikipedia)
"It is really hard to get a bounce rate under 30%, anything over 45% is cause for concern, 50% (above) is worrying.
Below Is the period from 22nd July 2009 to  22nd Sept  2009
(see below)




Bounce ranking guide

Bounce Rate

time onsite

page view per      visitor

 ADAMJets.COM HD site

9.8% 

 24.03

 15

facebook.com

13.00%

25.2

10.73

youtube.com

16.07%

22.5

16.07

HollywoodHillshomes.com  HD site

17.10%

6.8

4

Myspace.com

19.90%

19.2

20.22

eBay

21.60%

13.2

14.62

kw.com/

22.50%

7.1

6.8

Zillow.com

24.80%

7.2

5.62

hgtv.com

25.00%

4.2

4.83

yahoo.com

25.30%

9.8

7.85

Forsalebyowner.com

27.40%

5.9

6.2

Google.com

28.50%

8.5

8.23

remax.com

30.10%

7.6

13.2

Prudentialcal.com

34.60%

6.6

6.3

Trulia.com

39.20%

6.1

6.39

Prudentialcal.com

34.60%

6.6

6.3

coldwellbanker.com

43.10%

4.7

3.8

www.century21.com

37.20%

6.5

7.2

Amazon.com

37.90%

6

6.55

realestatesites.com/

40.00%

1.2

2

Neighborhoodscout.com

43.80%

5.1

3.6

latimes.com

67.20%

2.9

2.

SOURCE alex .com


 

 


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patrick martin,
Jul 15, 2010, 1:02 PM
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