Your [bounce rate] represents the percentage of users who visit your site but leave without further interaction. Google Analytics counts a visit as an interaction if the user clicks on more than one page. In a nutshell, it measures the quality of a visit.
Different types of websites have [different benchmark bounce rates Tracking your bounce rate can also tell you if your lead magnet, content, or website layout is not appealing to your target market.
Using our traffic analytics tool, you can easily check your domain’s bounce rate by the device (mobile or desktop) and if you’ve seen any recent improvement by looking at the past six months, 12 months, and all time.