Bounce Rate Traffic Sources

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Published on December 13, 2008

Author: Beatever

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How is the bounce rate of traffic sources calculated withing Google Analytics

1.000 visits via direct, google , e-mail, AdWords, banners, … 200 visits leave the site after “seeing” just 1 page In Google Analytics - traffic sources: average bounce rate is 20% (= 200/1.000)

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