Reduce the Bounce Rate of Your Blog


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Reduce the Bounce Rate of Your Blog

  1. 1. Because your Success Is Mandatory Today
  2. 2. Ready to Start Blogging for Profit? Most bloggers have a goal of making money from their blog and if you do Then you need to reduce your bounce rate starting today.
  3. 3.  Anyone who has been blogging for a decent amount of time would know that while it’s relatively easy to bring in visitors by writing about the topics people search for, it is quite difficult to make to make them stay. One of the first steps in your blogging for profit activities is reducing your bounce rate and here are ways to get started
  4. 4. Improve Your Design You should strive to create an engaging design that captures the attention of your readers and gives them a professional feel about your blog. The best advice would be to keep your design as neat & clean as possible, with a clear navigation that enables visitors to check out the other posts easily.
  5. 5. Improve Your Loading Time The loading time of your blog is another important factor that influences the bounce rate. If your blog has too many widgets & plugins, then it will naturally take some time to load, which may put off certain readers and they might leave your blog without reading any of your posts. Try to keep the number of plugins to the minimum and deactivate any unnecessary plugins that you may have enabled. Make sure that a caching plugin is installed to reduce the size of your pages and improve the loading time.
  6. 6. Use Attention Grabbing Headlines Most bloggers tend to use simple headlines that do not ring a bell in the heads of the readers. As a bloggers you need to use catchy phrases in your headlines to instantly grab the attention of your readers and make them want to read your entire article.
  7. 7. Make Your Posts Error Free When readers come across grammatical mistakes or misused phrases in your posts, they are likely to leave your blog without reading any other posts. Take the time to ensure that each and every post is error-free and grammatically correct. Make it a point to read the posts before publishing them as you will be able to correct any typos or missing words in them.
  8. 8. Interlink Your Posts Most of the readers are generally quite lazy, and tend not to browse any blog for too long. You need to give them a reason to take action and read more of your content. A good way to do this is by interlinking certain keywords in your post to other posts on your blog. You can either do this manually, or use a plugin called SeoSmartLinks which automatically creates internal links in your posts/
  9. 9. Reduce the Number of Ads Try to place ads in such a way that they do not lead to a bad reader experience. Also, pop-ups, pop-downs and other irritating ad types tend to be quite intrusive for readers. Especially against first time readers who most likely never come back to your blog as these types of ads irritate readers
  10. 10. Open External Links in New Window To ensure readers stay on your post longer, make the links open in a new window so that the readers stay on the post they are reading on your blog. Just add target=”_blank” to your links.
  11. 11. Now take action If you put into operation all of the above tips, then you will certainly observe an extreme improvement in your blog’s bounce rate.Free Thanks for being here gift. Click
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