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what is the difference between bounce rate & dwell time ?

mishrarakesh7291
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what is the difference between bounce rate & dwell time ?

what is the difference between bounce rate & dwell time ?
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csptl123
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Bounce Rate: When a user visits your website and leaves from the page without visiting deeper into the site.
Dwell time: The amount of the time that passes between a user clicks a search result and consequently return back to search engine results page (SERP).

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monicageller3691
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Dwell time is Maximum time sent on a page, means more the visitor understood your content before taking another action. whereas, bounce rate is the percentage of visitors who navigated the page of your website and then leave after viewing fewer pages.
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evabrown7830
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The bounce rate is the proportion of persons who landed on your website, but instead of browsing further, they exited your website.
The amount of the time that passes between a user clicks a search result and consequently return back to search engine results page (SERP).
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Dwell time: It is the time which is calculated when people enter to your website from search engine & remains on your website & then go back to SERPs.

Bounce rate: The percentage of singleā€page sessions which means visitors who only visit one page on your website before leaving.In simple words the visitor come to your website & don't get the appropriate result & then land back to the search engine result page.
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Dwell time is the length of time a user spends looking at a site after they choose the link from the search engine results page, Bounce rate is the percentage of visitors who visit a single page and leave your site without going to another page
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