Think of writing a paper. Your paper would be one topic with subtopics. You would have headers and paragraphs. Headers define a subtopic of the papers topic and precede the paragraphs that cover the subtopic. You would have more than one subtopic in logical order to make your point. In effect, the headers are your topic outline.
This is how headers and ...
A <p> tag is specifically for a paragraph. If you are creating a section of a page, use a container tag, such as <article>, <div>, or <section>.
And, FYI, you can put whatever you want in a <p> and the browser will probably not have any problem with it. It's not good practice, it can lead to some unexpected behaviour, and it ...
Bounce rate and exit rate aren't comparable values. For Page A, the bounce rate is
(sessions where the only hit was a Page A PV) / (sessions that landed on Page A)
whereas exit rate is
(Page A PV that were the last PV of their session) / (all Page A PV)
See Exit Rate vs. Bounce Rate from Analytics Help.
Since your bounce rate is defined, your cart and ...
You shouldn't redirect. You say "The system of my website determines the language of the browser", but you need to look into that more. It is not as reliable as you think. It is certainly not reliable enough to redirect.
There are two ways to determine the language of the user:
Use the Accept-Language header which usually comes with a language and ...
Don't delete your site from Bing Webmaster Tools altogether. You will lose historic data, and besides this is too drastic an action for an http -> https move.
If your 301 redirects are already in place, as you say, hold off on using the Site Move Tool. In the Bing documentation for this tool, it says, "permanently redirecting your URLs using 301 redirects ...
I would probably use robots.txt as is very simple and straight forward.
Now you could find a way to canonicalize all new generated pages (depending on the extend of on-page changes that the tool makes).
Another way would be to noindex all the generated new pages from the tool.
The 2 above cases (canonical, noindex) have 2 disadvantages in your case in my ...
Google has limited the ability of users to see keywords from organic search, but it does give you some data. The more organic search traffic your website has, the more useful it will be.
Google Search Console set up and linked to Analytics.
Conversion goals configured in Analytics.
You can then, under the Search Console section of Google ...
There are a few big factors that you didn't mention:
External links to the pages. External links to specific pages can help a lot. Especially if the anchor text of the links contains some of the keywords. (This is why link building is such an important SEO activity. BUT it needs to be undertaken with care so that Google doesn't penalize spammy links.)
Although, not a primary ranking factor, we would recommend that you clean them up so there are no 404s or missing pages.
If an auditing software can detect these errors, then you can bet that Google can, too.