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What is bounce rate?

What is bounce rate?
If you are looking at your Google Analytics (and if you are not that is another blog of why you should be) you will see in your Audience Overview a figure a percentage identified as "Bounce Rate". The definition is "the percentage of visitors to a particular website who navigate away from the site after viewing only one page" Basically a user comes to your website, lands on a page and then leaves your website from that same page without clicking on anything...
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Have you done a Google Post yet

Have you done a Google Post yet
Google Posts are a newish addition to your Google My Business listing. One of my clients had 164 views of one of her posts last week - that's extra exposure to 164 potential new customers. Your Google My Business listing is already a very powerful tool. It is free and appears on page 1 if it matches the searchers local search query. Statistics say that 82% of people turn to search engines to find local information. Now Google has made it even more effective by allowing busi...
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What is Google's mobile first indexing?

What is Google's mobile first indexing?
We have seen for a while now that Google has boosted rankings for mobile-friendly websites. And now with mobile responsible for more than 58% of all traffic they have turned their focus to indexing. Historically Google has used the desktop version of your website's content for crawling, indexing and ranking. Mobile First means just that - Google will now use your mobile version of your website first for indexing and ranking to help their mobile users find what they are looking ...
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