The Mail Online- Daily News, Affiliate Marketing News, Advice and Tutorials
The Mail Online- Daily News, Affiliate Marketing News, Advice and Tutorials
Breaking News
Clickbooth Invalidates Essociate Patent Claims
Sarasota, FL,  February 12, 2015 – On February 11, 2015, [...]
Digital Marketing Mistakes to Avoid
Digital marketing campaigns are a great way to grow an [...]
Redirect.com has Made Buying Traffic Easier than Ever Before
A division of Media Breakaway, LLC, The Parking Place revolutionized [...]
5 Effective Ways to Split Test Digital Marketing Campaigns
Split testing is the best way to make a good [...]
How to Create a Successful Content Marketing Campaign
Advertisers have better potential of seeing high conversion rates with [...]
Current Trends in Online Advertising
According to a recent study done by Forrester Research, online [...]
Cake Investors Fuck Jeff McCollum – Fired
 Jeff has been fired by Cake. Cake owners “terminated the [...]
Maximizing Reach & Awareness on Facebook Via Check-ins
Make Local Search and Facebook work together for your business [...]
Explore The Full Potential Of LinkedIn
LinkedIn, the largest social network for professionals, is being used [...]
PeerFly Gearing Up To Enter New Markets
In a recent interview from #ASE14, Chad French from PeerFly talks [...]

Bounce rate is a concept that probably gives most website owners nightmares—nobody wants their website to have high a bounce rate. There are a handful of reasons why high bounce rates occur, and these are five of the most common causes.

Technicality

Most web developers tend to get too fancy when it comes to designing their website. They want their site to be attractive and have lots of graphics which often require users to install other softwares. Usually, website visitors don’t like that and tend to jump off as soon as the website requires them to install something in order to view the site. This is a very basic mistake that typically increases the bounce rate, so try to avoid all of the technicalities and make your website complication free for people.

Interface

Most websites that have high a bounce rate lack a user friendly interface. Having an ugly or nonfunctioning interface will immediately send people away from your website.

Content

After all of the design aspects have been ironed out and simplified, it all comes down to content. Having a flashy website may hook up a person to your website for a few minutes, but having great content is what’s going to make users stay. If your website has poor, irrelevant, or uninteresting content then people will leave immediately without even reading it.

Pop Ups

Pop ups are one of the biggest reasons why most websites have high bounce rates. If your website has pop ups, do yourself a favor and remove them. If you can’t remove pop ups, then do what you can to try and improve their timing. A recent survey shows that most people find pop ups to be extremely annoying and immediately switch to a different website whenever they see a pop up.

Poor Uploading Time

We’re living in a world where time is money. People don’t have time to wait for websites to load on their screens and they want things immediately. So if your website takes a lot of time to load, you need to do what you can to speed things up. Try to delete some unnecessary pictures or videos to start and if that doesn’t help, then you may need to dig deeper into the design and layout of your site to find out what’s causing slow loading times.

For more performance marketing stories and exclusive content, make sure to like TheMail on Facebook, follow on Twitter, subscribe on YouTube, and sign up for our Email newsletter.

Murray Newlands

Murray Newlands is an online marketing industry veteran, and the founder of TheMail.

Facebook Twitter YouTube 


the mail online
Murray Newlands

Murray Newlands

Murray Newlands is an online marketing industry veteran, and the founder of TheMail.

More Posts - Website

Follow Me:
TwitterFacebookYouTube

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

You may use these HTML tags and attributes: <a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <strike> <strong>