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    Differences between bounce rate and pogo sticking ?

    Differences between bounce rate and pogo sticking ?

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    Bounce rate is defined as the percentage of visitors who visit a single page on a website.

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    Bounce rate and Pogo sticking

    When people come to your website and leaves without perform any type of action. It is called as bounce rate. If bounce rate is high then there is something wrong with your landing page. But in this, we can assume that may be user did not spend some time on the page because he get an answer to his question. So it is not as bad as Pogo sticking.

    Pogo sticking is something like: when a user performs a search, clicks on a result, very quickly clicks back to the search result page, and clicks on a different result and then doing this repeatedly. That means he is not satisfied with your answers. It is called Pogo sticking.

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    At the point when individuals go to your site and leaves without any activity, It is called as Bounce rate. On the off chance that bounce rate is high, at that point there is some kind of problem with your presentation page. In any case, in this, we can accept that might be client did not invest some energy in the page since he find a solution to his inquiry. So it isn't as terrible as Pogo staying.

    Pogo sticking is something like: when a client visits the site by clicking the result and rapidly snaps back to the query item page, and taps on an alternate outcome and after that doing this more than once. That implies he isn't happy with your content. It is called Pogo sticking.

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    bounce rate means user visits the website on landing page and stays there but no action and go back to search engine then it is known as bouncing and the number of how many people visits and go back to search engine to the number of visitors is known as bounce rate

    pogo sticking means user visits your website and leave withing 5 seconds without any action then it is known as pogo sticking

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    bounce rate and pogo stick are not the same thing they both have different aspect
    in the bounce rate the bounce of page happens when the user goes on the landing page but doesnt go further from there and goes back to search engine
    while in pogo sticking the pogo stocking of the page happens when the user goes to the website but quickly goes back to the search engine within 5 seconds is know as pogo sticking

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    Pogo sticking: Pogo-sticking is defined as going back and forth from a search engine results page (SERP) to an individual search result destination site. In other words, pogo-sticking is when the searcher clicks on a link on a SERP, sees that it's not what she is looking for, and immediately bounces off by hitting the back button.

    Bounce Rate: a bounce rate in the range of 26 to 40 percent is excellent. 41 to 55 percent is roughly average. 56 to 70 percent is higher than average, but may not be cause for alarm depending on the website. Anything over 70 percent is disappointing for everything outside of blogs, news, events, etc

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    Bounce Rate: Bounce rate is known as the percentage of visitors who visit a single page on your website and left quickly.
    Pogo Stiking: Pogo sticking occurs when user performs a search click on search engine result and very quickly clicks back to the search result page, and click on a different result.

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