5 Questions to Keep Your Visitors From Bouncing

5 Questions to Keep Your Visitors From Bouncing - http://www.soundwebsolutions.com Avatar Posted by swssem under Online Marketing
From http://www.soundwebsolutions.com 4794 days ago
Made Hot by: sprint01 on May 4, 2011 4:40 pm
The first 5 seconds of a visitor’s experience on your website will most likely determine what they do next. If the user is not attracted or impressed, they will “bounce” and quickly leave your website – then visit your competitors instead. A bounce rate over 50% is potentially a problem – and an opportunity for improvement. Here are 5 key questions to help you diagnose why your bounce rate is high and how to keep your website visitors longer.





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Written by yoni67
4793 days ago

Cindy,

How is Dennis?

Great article too, though what if you work as a "bouncer" in a bar? (bad joke!)

The obvious link to core-content would seem "obvious" enough, but I'm still amazed at how many people make this info so hard to find. I still get to the bottom of so many blogs and there are no links to testimonials, about, or anything. Then I think, "Oh...you want me to scroll all the way back to the top of the page, do you???" Sorry, I'm too lazy for that and will spend my limited effort instead on clicking over to tmz.com to see what Lady Gaga thinks about the rain-forest.

"Benefits is another biggee." I see so many blogs without any sales-pitch. It's the perfect time to turn a reader into a customer. But many miss the boat on this one.

Very nice article and many good points.

Yoni



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