Test Your Pop-ups And Website Ads
If you’ve ever visited a website where you were bombarded with ads and pop-ups then I’m sure you clicked off without looking at any other pages. Most people don’t mind a few (non-distracting) ads or even an occasional pop-up. However, too many things popping-up can create a bad experience for your visitors and make them leave your website.
You can fix this by only displaying ads in certain areas of your website like on your blog sidebar, website header, website footer, or a resources page. If you use an email opt-in plugin like Bloom by Elegant Themes then you can set how often and when your pop-ups will appear.
Create Engaging Content
Implementing a blog for your website is helpful for your website visitors to learn more about your products/service and expertise. You should take time to carefully plan your blog posts and put some thought into what your audiences wants to read about. You can use the free Google Keyword Planner to find frequently searched keywords and use this as a guide for what to write about.
Here’s A Quick Recap
Bounce rate is the percentage of people who visit your website and leave without viewing any other pages. You can improve your website bounce by doing the following things;
- Make your website user-friendly and easy to navigate.
- Test your pop-ups and ads regularly.
- Create engaging content with a blog.