What is a bounce rate and why should I care?

Your website, blog, web-portal, landing page or web-shop must load very fast. If not, then a certain percentage of your online visitors will leave your site without checking its content, and you will have a loss in traffic which we professionally call a bounce rate.
If you are paying for a marketing campaign and marketing manager, then this means you are losing your money. Therefore, I would suggest you fix your landing page loading speed to reduce bounce rate.
To check your website loading speed and to find out what to fix, you can use website testing tools which you can find on our page called High-Quality Websites.

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