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How does google calculate bounce rate?

I hosted a new site and used google analytics in it. I noticed that they're giving a value called bounce off rate. Can anyone explain what it it?

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marked as duplicate by paulmorriss Oct 2 '12 at 9:23

This question was marked as an exact duplicate of an existing question.

Bounce Rate, specifically the Bounce Rate Metric in Google Analytics, is the percentage of single-page visits to total visits of a certain Dimension. <---read this article, then read what google has to say about it. Then use the help center in the lower left-hand corner of your analytics page to learn how to use analytics.

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It basically tells you what percentage of your visitors are “bouncing” away after landing on your site (e.g., they just visit one page and leave before clicking on to a second page inside your site).

Check Out it will give you clear picture: http://beyondgood.in/1308/bounce-rates-in-google-analytics/

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