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What is Exit Rate in SEO? Is Bounce Rate and Exit Rate are same?
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(09-16-2016 09:08 AM)iamgeorgelucas Wrote:  Is Bounce Rate and Exit Rate are same?

I don't think so!


Exit Rate probably refers to the percentage on of #SEO you do that actually produces results and improves/increases the website rankings.
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How can i calculate it? Bit confused.
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Exit rate as a term utilized as a part of site movement investigation (now and then mistook for ricochet rate) is the rate of guests to a site who effectively click away to an alternate site from a particular page, after potentially having gone to whatever other pages on the site. The guests only left on that particular page.
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Exit rate is the percentage of visitors who leave your website from a specific page. This has to be beyond the landing or home page, and every page on your website has its own exit rate. Bounce rate is the percentage of users who leave your website from the landing page itself.
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Exit Rate is the percentage that were the last in the session. Exit rate is the percentage of visitors who leave your website from a specific page.
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The Exit Rate is the percentage of visitors who leave your website from a specific page as every page of your website has its own exit rate.
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Exit rate is the amount of people who exits your website after landing on a page.

Exit rate and bounce rate are not the same.
Exit rates are recorded without considering user's prior activity on your website whereas bounce rate is calculated only if a user exits directly from the page they entered.
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Firstly I want to clear that Exit Rate and Bounce Rate are not same. Don't mess with each other.
Pls refer Google for more detailed info-
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Exit rate is the percentage of people who left your site from that page. Exits may have viewed more than one page in a session. That means they may not have landed on that page, but simply found their way to it through site navigation.
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As per my knowledge, both are different
Exit rate is defined as the percentage of people are existing on a page
Bounce rate is defined as the percentage of sessions of the user who visit only single page
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Bounce rate is important but always make sure you look beyond the actual number. Exit rate is the percentage of people who left your site from that page. Exits may have viewed more than one page in a session. That means they may not have landed on that page, but simply found their way to it through site navigation.
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Hi, I have one small doubt, What is the difference b/w the exit rate and bounce rate?
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Exit rate is a term used in web site traffic analysis, as well as a financial term that differentiates the bounce rate.
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“Exit% is the percentage of site exits that happened from a detailed page or set of pages.” More commonly, it's the page on your site that the visitor left from.



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