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February 23, 2009


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Of course, if you have a blog, then you will always have a high bounce rate, at least for regular readers, as they are only coming to read the latest post, and hopefully following one of the links you included in that post.


wonder if there is somewhere that you can go to see the traffic for a winery website.

Or if people would participate in giving those details.. I don't see the need for the name of a winery, but it would be kinda neat to see ... # cases, price avg, web trafic, Bounce %, general location.. Mostly the small/med winery businesses..

Where could it be put anon if needed, Or is that coveted info..

Jason Reed

Well, I have to disagree. The bounce rate is important, don't get me wrong- but it all boils down to conversions.

If you have a low bounce rate but no conversions, you're still doing it wrong.

Besides, all it takes is getting to the front page of Digg just once and you'll see your bounce rate skewed so dramatically as to render it useless.


You might want to try out http://www.pagealizer.com their bounce rate analytics is great

Jeff Paul Internet Millions

Now this is very interesting, impressive and never thought of. In simple words well done for providing creative information.

Ron Weber

anyone know what a typical bounce rate is for a wine site?

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