Bound By

Bound By

Web development & digital marketing agency.

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About Bound By
Located in Austin, Texas, Bound By is a custom web design, Wordpress development and digital marketing agency. From digital strategy to website design and development, we work with clients across the United States to solve digital marketing challenges and drive results. ...
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$50 - $99/hr
2 - 9
2001
United States
Bound By
Web development & digital marketing agency.
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From digital strategy to website design and development, we work with clients across the United States to solve digital marketing challenges and drive results. Services include:

  • Web Design
  • WordPress Development
  • Digital Marketing
  • WordPress Maintenance
  • Search Engine Optimization
  • PPC Campaign Management
  • Facebook Ads
  • Shopify Development
  • WooCommerce Development
  • Content Marketing
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Bounce rate refers to the percentage of visitors that leave your website/web page without taking any required action. On an average website, a good bounce rate should range between 26 to 40 percent. However, a low bounce rate is not always the indicator of a poor website. If someone just lands on your web page and is looking only for local hours or a physical address, it would not be surprising for them to bounce right away. So, what causes low performance in websites with high bounce rates? First and foremost, this will depend on the type of visitor you have.People who are looking for local information will come to the site immediately. They do not want to waste time visiting any other website on the web and bounce immediately. They also have very limited expectations from the site they are viewing, which is why they tend to search online search engines. This is why many online marketers and companies that provide online solutions to their clients often rely heavily on search engine optimization.What causes a high bounce rate?It is also important to consider other things that cause high bounce rates. The number one reason for poor performance is poorly written content. If a user has to go through more than 30 seconds of content just to reach the desired information on the web page, it is very likely that the visitor did not have enough interest in the first place.The next thing to look at is the number of times a user has to click back on the web page before he or she gets back to reading the content. There are some website creators that may even use flash animation that will take longer for the user to digest. This will make the user wait even longer and eventually leave the page to search again.How to optimize your bounce rate?To do so, you need to observe and practice the following areas:Make your content legible and interesting. Use appropriate heading, subheading, bullets, bold fonts and so on.Use instigating Call to Action buttons. Create your CTA compelling enough to attract your onboard visitor. Whether or not to avoid pop-ups is an individual’s choice. However, they are reportedly found disturbing by readers.People read in F pattern so ensure your valuable content is placed on the left side of the webpage.Optimize content so that it is fresh and rightly fabricated with keywords to draw traffic.Conclusion:The bounce rate is definitely something that you should be able to measure. The best way to do so is through testing. Try using different methods of search engine optimization and make changes to your web pages that will help boost your bounce rate. If you find that you need a better optimization strategy, you will have to do some trial and error with various elements in order to find the one that works best for you.
Bounce rate refers to the percentage of visitors that leave your website/web page without taking any required action. On an average website, a good bounce rate should range between 26 to 40 percent. However, a low bounce rate is not always the indicator of a poor website. If someone just lands on your web page and is looking only for local hours or a physical address, it would not be surprising for them to bounce right away. So, what causes low performance in websites with high bounce rates? First and foremost, this will depend on the type of visitor you have.People who are looking for local information will come to the site immediately. They do not want to waste time visiting any other website on the web and bounce immediately. They also have very limited expectations from the site they are viewing, which is why they tend to search online search engines. This is why many online marketers and companies that provide online solutions to their clients often rely heavily on search engine optimization.What causes a high bounce rate?It is also important to consider other things that cause high bounce rates. The number one reason for poor performance is poorly written content. If a user has to go through more than 30 seconds of content just to reach the desired information on the web page, it is very likely that the visitor did not have enough interest in the first place.The next thing to look at is the number of times a user has to click back on the web page before he or she gets back to reading the content. There are some website creators that may even use flash animation that will take longer for the user to digest. This will make the user wait even longer and eventually leave the page to search again.How to optimize your bounce rate?To do so, you need to observe and practice the following areas:Make your content legible and interesting. Use appropriate heading, subheading, bullets, bold fonts and so on.Use instigating Call to Action buttons. Create your CTA compelling enough to attract your onboard visitor. Whether or not to avoid pop-ups is an individual’s choice. However, they are reportedly found disturbing by readers.People read in F pattern so ensure your valuable content is placed on the left side of the webpage.Optimize content so that it is fresh and rightly fabricated with keywords to draw traffic.Conclusion:The bounce rate is definitely something that you should be able to measure. The best way to do so is through testing. Try using different methods of search engine optimization and make changes to your web pages that will help boost your bounce rate. If you find that you need a better optimization strategy, you will have to do some trial and error with various elements in order to find the one that works best for you.

Bounce rate refers to the percentage of visitors that leave your website/web page without taking any required action. On an average website, a good bounce rate should range between 26 to 40 percent. 

However, a low bounce rate is not always the indicator of a poor website. If someone just lands on your web page and is looking only for local hours or a physical address, it would not be surprising for them to bounce right away. 

So, what causes low performance in websites with high bounce rates? First and foremost, this will depend on the type of visitor you have.

People who are looking for local information will come to the site immediately. They do not want to waste time visiting any other website on the web and bounce immediately. 

They also have very limited expectations from the site they are viewing, which is why they tend to search online search engines. This is why many online marketers and companies that provide online solutions to their clients often rely heavily on search engine optimization.

What causes a high bounce rate?

It is also important to consider other things that cause high bounce rates. The number one reason for poor performance is poorly written content. 

If a user has to go through more than 30 seconds of content just to reach the desired information on the web page, it is very likely that the visitor did not have enough interest in the first place.

The next thing to look at is the number of times a user has to click back on the web page before he or she gets back to reading the content. 

There are some website creators that may even use flash animation that will take longer for the user to digest. This will make the user wait even longer and eventually leave the page to search again.

How to optimize your bounce rate?

To do so, you need to observe and practice the following areas:

  • Make your content legible and interesting. Use appropriate heading, subheading, bullets, bold fonts and so on.
  • Use instigating Call to Action buttons. Create your CTA compelling enough to attract your onboard visitor. 
  • Whether or not to avoid pop-ups is an individual’s choice. However, they are reportedly found disturbing by readers.
  • People read in F pattern so ensure your valuable content is placed on the left side of the webpage.
  • Optimize content so that it is fresh and rightly fabricated with keywords to draw traffic.

Conclusion:

The bounce rate is definitely something that you should be able to measure. The best way to do so is through testing. Try using different methods of search engine optimization and make changes to your web pages that will help boost your bounce rate. 

If you find that you need a better optimization strategy, you will have to do some trial and error with various elements in order to find the one that works best for you.

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3571 Far W Blvd, Austin, Texas 78731
United States
(512) 487-1000
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