Five Easy Ways To Decrease Bounce Rates For Your Blog

image - Reduced bounce rate chartEvery blogger dreams to keep the visitors on their site as much time as possible, which means the readers find your blog interesting and useful. Often a blog does not reach more than 1-1.5 pages per visit; in fact, users come in, read the post, and then run away (one pageview is a “bounce”). This is pretty normal for a blog, but there are some techniques that can help decrease the bounce rate and increase the pageviews in a single session.

Build Many High Quality Articles

This is always the same suggestion that you find all over the web, but it is still the first factor to consider when you create new content for your blog. And the more posts you write, the more information is available to both your visitors and the search engines. Be original, unique and supply interesting topics for your readers.

Important: Write for the reader, not the search engines.

If you can produce new quality content with regularity, your audience will stay longer in your blog, increasing pageviews and decreasing the bounce rate.

Use A Related Posts Plugin

WordPress offers a large number of plugins that can display a list of related, most viewed or most commented on blog posts.

I recommend a related post plugin and depending on your needs, you might consider a most viewed or most commented plugin. Keep in mind, however, a most viewed or most commented-on plugin will cause the same posts to continue to receive visits, thus remaining the most read. This will make new posts harder to grow due to guiding traffic to the same few articles all of the time.

Interlink Articles

This technique is often overlooked but it is extremely effective! It consists in simply linking your posts to each other when they meet the same topics or share the same tags.

Internal linking may be more effective than using only a “Related Posts” plugin alone, as the link is immediately immersed within the article and not a separate area below the content or in the sidebar. It may also be more effective in SEO terms, as you can choose how many and which posts interlink, along with it’s anchor text.

While you write new articles, keep the interlinking manual and do not use automatic plugins (such SEO Smart Links, for instance) as this drastically decreases the loading time of your blog and can have an adverse effect when it comes to Google.

Divide The Posts In Your Homepage

If you display your posts in their entirety on your blog’s homepage you increase the risk of higher bounce rates. As the visitor comes to your blog, they can see and read your latest articles and may be leave right away, without visiting any other page of your site.

I recommend you publish a preview of several of your posts on your homepage, so the visitors must click on the “read more” link, visiting more pages of your blog in order to see the entire article.

Finally, an interesting technique is to break up a long post into more articles with different publication dates. If you wrote an article of 5000 words, it’s probably better to split it into 2 or 3 posts (Part one, part two, part three, etc.), in order to avoid boring your users with a too long reading.

Each post will be linked to one another accordingly, helping increase your pageviews and decreasing the bounce rate. This will also create suspense among your readers, which will wait for the next part of your post to be published.

Add A Search Box To Your Blog

A search form is included in most blog themes, but if not you can use the free service offered by Google Custom Search. The Tag Cloud is of little use nowadays, and in some ways even Matt Cutts does not recommend it.

Conclusion

Remember to put the user at the center of your attention. Forcing them to jump too many hoops on your site just for the sake of more pageviews is a dangerous practice but gently guiding traffic helps everyone. In the long run it is perhaps better to receive less pageviews, but more satisfied readers!

What Do You Think?

How important are pageviews and bounce rates to you? Are there other methods you use to improve your numbers?

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  1. Hi Eric,

    When it comes to decrease bounce rate.. we should first understand why someone bounces away from the blogs.

    Main reason could be: attracting someone who is totally unrelated to your blog topic.

    So it’s always better to focus ONLY on knowing your readers and then creating the laser focused content for them.

    One more tip is: create a series posts. This will make more readers to come to your blog (if the content is good).


    • Twitter: ErikEmanuelli
      Thanks for adding those points, Rahul.

      But I think that it is highly unlikely that a visitor comes to your site via Google and then bounces away because the content is totally different from what he is looking for (unless this user made an image reasearch and comes to your blog just for the picture), and the same for directly visits or for referral traffic.
      Don’t you think so?

      The main reason why someone bounces right away from your blog could be poor content, right?

      Thanks for the series posts tip, this is something like I already mentioned in the article.
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      • Twitter: avgjoegeek
        It could be a mix of both poor content – or they were searching for something and your content was “close” to what they were looking for.

        I know I have a relatively high bounce rate all because of one article on my site! And it isn’t relevant to what people are actually looking for – but still they click on it like mad.

        And I haven’t mis-represented the article at all. Sometimes its the way human nature works. – MAYBE just MAYBE this content will have what I’m looking for! Then they click on the link – then *poof* hit the back button as soon as they realize that the content wasn’t what they are looking for.

        So make sure you review your Analytics – and tweak if necessary!
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        • Twitter: ErikEmanuelli
          You’re right, Jason.
          When I started blogging, I created a lot of posts with low quality (in my opinion), while now the quality of my articles raised (well, also here in my opinion), so truly I need to check Analytics and clean some old content not worth to be displayed anymore in my blog.
          I already did it time ago, but it is time to take a look at it and clean again.
          So yes, keeping high quality content is always the big first suggestion, in order to have readers glued at your site! ;-)

      • Karo


        Twitter: BloggingNewbies
        Before I add my comment below I just want to say that you’re not completely right that a visitor can’t be un-targeted because they found you through the search engines. In fact I am almost sure that most blogs get a lot more than normal un-targeted traffic from the search engines because many take this common message of write for readers and not the search engines too seriously.

        We have many people set up blogs without doing any research whatever into the topic to even find some profitable keywords to target with their posts. And too many write posts without bothering about targeting keywords and optimizing the posts; all in the name of writing for readers. And so many even when their top referral traffic is the search engines their bounce rate are very high because too many of their posts are not targeted. And generally bloggers write more than a little too many off topic posts on their blogs. All these result most times in un-targeted traffic and therefore increases bounce rate.

        When you write off topics and write posts not optimized it’s very likely that you’ll be found for keywords not related to your blog topic and what do you expect when a non-targeted visitor visits your blog? Leave as fast or faster than they came!

        A big problem is that many people think writing for the search engines and writing for your readers have a significant difference, in truth it doesn’t not; not if all you do is white hat SEO. In fact if you do good SEO you’re helping your readers also.

        What is SEO really about?

        Before starting a blog do a good research to determine the keywords your target audience uses to search for information. Finding these keywords is not just preparing for search traffic but also making sure that you write to target the EXACT information (search keywords) your audience wants.

        Create your blog to target primary keywords in your niche and write keyword focused content only. At least 90% of your posts should be. So that your site becomes something of a single resource and when visitors arrive they can relax on your blog to learn because they can find answers to most of their information needs there. This decreases bounce rate and increases the time visitors spend on your site (assuming your content is good) which is another important matter.

        For example I address blogging for beginners. I wrote my articles from the ordinary basic topics to advance topics like the ‘meaning of blogging’, ‘introduction to blogging’, ‘benefits of blogging’ ‘blogging as a career’, ‘what is WordPress’ (all these are actual search for keywords) all through to how to get a blog to make money. This way all the different stages of beginner bloggers (those considering blogging but yet to start a blog, those ready to start a blog and looking for the step by step process of setting one up, those who already set up a blog seeking how to grow traffic and make money and those looking to improve on their traffic and income) can land on my blog and relax to learn all about starting a blog to make money. Like Pat Flynn one of the REAL successful bloggers of smartpassiveincome.com has advised that building a single resource is the best way to go.

        Optimize your posts and the right readers will find you and appreciate your content instead of be irritated of having wasted their time.

        Interlink your articles and build outbound links, another criteria of SEO and you help more readers to find your blog and find articles that will help them. Follow Google’s guidelines and you please them and your readers. Use keywords in your posts but in a way that it still reads naturally and not noticeable that you’re repeating a particular word. Write optimized titles but still make it interesting. Build links naturally without spamming etc…

        So there’s no write for readers only or write for search engines only. They go effectively together to ensure you achieve the goal of your blog.

        Another thing that likely increases bounces is writing misleading titles in an effort to be smart. I have found sites on the first page of Google promising a different information in their titles only to click to the blog and discover the posts has no information related to what I wanted.


        • Twitter: ErikEmanuelli
          Wow! A huge and solid comment here!
          Thanks Karo!

          I agree with what you said, because it is true that you need to write for readers, but it is obvious that you must consider the SEO basic rules.

          There are many plugins that help you optimize your articles, as SEO Pressor or SEO WordPress by Yoast.
          You just need to concentrate producing useful content to your readers, then you can control and optimize your posts for your keywords.

          I believe that the targeted use of tools such as Analytics helps a lot to see where you are wrong and where you are doing the right thing, according to the percentage of bounce rates and visits, like Jason commented.

          The feedback from your readers is also important. I found that from the moment I began to produce high-quality content (in my opinion) I started to receive comments, feedback, social signals and confirmation that the content was actually helpful to my visitors.

          Then of course the experience counts for a lot. There are bloggers who focus a lot on the design or layout of their sites, there are those who optimize their content too much, or those who only write for readers, and not for search engines.

          It’s obvious that the truth lies somewhere in between and the success will arrive for those bloggers, who with their mistakes and experiences, will learn the little “secrets” of blogging and how to please everyone: readers, search engines, advertisers, etc..

          Everyone can find their own way and needs different time, otherwise, as you said, there would not be just few successful bloggers, but many!

          Thanks for your comment, Karo!
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          • Karo


            Twitter: BloggingNewbies
            It’s my pleasure Erik. And it’s a good reminder that I should sign in more often into my Google Analytics to see what’s going on. I have an in-built traffic monitor that usually gives me almost all the data that I need that I forget to login to Analytics regularly.

            The thing with bounce rate is there are so many things that could cause it that sometimes it’s hard to tell for sure. You might just be getting it because you get a lot of direct traffic but since you don’t post regularly they leave immediately; whereas you could be thinking it is caused by something else and therefore start changing something already working well for you.

            You can also be getting high bounce rate for the simple fact that you write lengthy articles. Usually long articles almost seem boring for people who don’t have the patience to learn. So for lengthy articles, you either have many people leaving without reading it or many people bookmarking them to come back to it.

            Should you then stop writing lengthy articles because of that?

            I for one don’t like breaking posts except they can be discussed as different topics under one primary topic. So my articles (even comments most times) are always lengthy; I can’t help it even if I want to because I like to write to make sure I break everything down so all my readers can understand the point or points to the article.

            So my resolve is those who really need the information will find it useful and be thankful for the details. Those who bounce because it’s too lengthy for them, they’re those who will likely never take action. I mean someone who is serious about making money blogging wouldn’t find an article that provides the information he or she needs about making money blogging and be scared off by the length. Or would he/she?

            So I don’t really obsess over bounce rate I just do my best to provide value and make good effort to help the visitor find their exact information needs on my site.


  2. Twitter: Ileane
    Hi Erik, great tips! I don’t use a related post plugin right now for some of the reasons you stated. And I certainly agree that using SEO Smarts links is not a good idea.
    Embedding video and podcasts are a couple of tips I’d like to add. They also increase the time spent on page which is another feather in your cap when it comes to Google.

    Thanks for the post Erik!
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    • Twitter: ErikEmanuelli
      Hi Ileane,
      thanks a lot for your kind words!

      It’s a great tip you added, to include video and podcasts, and
      it comes by a skilled blogger in this field.
      I need to start to produce videos and add them to my blog and YouTube channel. I just want to learn more about the tools I need to use.

      Do you believe that visitors spend more time on a page embedded by video or poadcasts than a blog page with text-only content, based on your experience? (As well as to receive more feedback and social signals, perhaps?).

      Thanks a lot for your comment,
      I really appreciated it! :-)
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  3. Twitter: Lisapatb
    Nice post Erik. I would agree with Ilene on the video’s, since reading one of her posts I tagged and titled mine and they showed up next day on my Google alert. It does make a difference. I would also add – page speed. If the site or page is too slow I know I don’t stay.

  4. After making a good article and for having low bounce rate it is best to use blasting content in post.I think If your content is too good then it attract your visitors to go your website and make your blog monetize also.

  5. Awesome post Erik!
    Really, it’s something worth and useful. I’d like to add my own tip to reduce bounce right here; use popular posts widget and make use of attention grabbing headlines with it. So, that those posts could grab attention intelligently!
    Thanks for your tips, would love if we could stop worry about the bounce rate and worry about our readers’ needs! That’s all.
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  6. Sai Krishna


    Twitter: saithegeek
    Explained very nice points Erik! Your writing style is simply superb. When it comes to the topic, decreasing bounce rate. I would like to add some of my tips here, Internal linking, Related post widgets, Detailed content, clean design and navigation is enough to decrease bounce rate.


    • Twitter: ErikEmanuelli
      That’s right, Naveen.
      Other than high quality content, your posts should also be optimized for targeted keywords, related to what your audience are looking for.
      And yes, also loading speed of blogs really matters!
      Is your site fast enough? :-)
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  7. Laura

    As long as I sell what I have to sell, I wouldn’t mind if my bounce rate would be high, but do you know what the problem is? Google cares if the bounce rate is high or low! :( So you should be very concerned in this matter
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    • Erik Emanuelli


      Twitter: ErikEmanuelli
      Well, Laura, it is a matter of points of view.

      If your main goal is sell, then yes, you should not care about high bounce rates (and however you may still improve your landing pages).
      But if you focus on building reputation and authority, with a community around your blog, then your bounce rate is very important!

      Don’t you think so? ;-)
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  8. Karo


    Twitter: BloggingNewbies
    Okay now to add some more tips I use and the result. I’ll try to keep it short this time.

    The easy way out is not always the most productive. Some people have mentioned using Related post plugin to display related post, which I think is great.

    But you get even better results when you hand pick your related post yourself. I prefer it when I can blend in links within my content posts to read naturally. But when I can’t I hand pick related posts and add them at the end of the article. Sometimes I put them on my sidebar instead as “Related Pages”. What I often do is I use the Paint tool in MS word to create a background and write the post title on it and save as an image then I use that image to link to the appreciate article (I know using a better tool I can make it come out better though). The first month I started this I went from 16,990 page views in February to 23,341 page views in March and I only had about 1,000 difference in monthly traffic.

    Finally I’ll advice to keep things as real as possible when doing anything on your blog and for your blog and you’ll be safe, I mean it.

    Take the interlinking posts for example, only link to posts that ACTUALLY RELATE to the topic in question else the reader of that page is likely not going to read it even if he or she clicks to the post out of curiosity.

    To do this right I saved all the titles of the articles I have written on in a notepad (and keep adding to it as I publish new articles) then before starting to write a new post I go through the list to see if I’ll find articles that relates to the topic I am able to write on to link to. If I do then I add them, if I don’t, then I don’t add links to the post. But I usually find at least 2 articles that relate and you will too if you’re targeting your niche properly and don’t write off topic too often.


    • Twitter: ErikEmanuelli
      Hi again Karo,
      and thanks a lot for adding your tips.

      Using manual methods is always better, but it is also a question if you have the time to do the things you have suggested.

      It’s obvious, as I said in my comment to you before, that every blogger will focus on certain points to be made, and each will devote different time, depending on the strategies.

      Also writing a long post that is useful to the readers takes a long time, for istance!

      Thanks a lot for sharing with us your secrets! ;-)
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      • Karo


        Twitter: BloggingNewbies
        Variety is good! They say variety is the spice of life didn’t they? :)

        My best advice to any blogger would be do what works best for you and focus more on that. But if it’s obvious you’re not getting the results you want then it’s time to adjust.

        The time involve in blogging and the hard-work is why we say Blogging is serious business and not for the lazy person!


        • Twitter: ErikEmanuelli
          Definitely blogging is not for everyone and is not for the lazy persons.

          The charm of making easy money online has attracted and attracts more and more people nowadays, especially with the economic crisis.

          From 30 million blogs in 2005, we are now at 300 million in 2012. Can you imagine this?

          Therefore only a crumb of these will be successful and will be worthy of reading and be followed.

          Originality, quality, passion, hard work : all truth that a blogger should be aware of in order to succeed in his mission.

          Thanks for the comment, Karo! :-)
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  9. I think that if Google cares if the bounce rate is high or low, then you should as well, because you will not increase your ranking otherwise. You should definitely try your best to decrease the bounce rate, so that people actually stay on your page and comment as well.

  10. Matthew Horne

    There is also another issue with google analytics script for some sites, google recognizes this and added an optional timeout line to the script, but you have to add it yourself, I linked the post via comment luv if you would like to check it out.

    Some sites can have say, services where people can bookmark it, click buy now, go to paypal and that would count as a bounce. Even though that person engaged.
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  11. Peter

    We must keep the headline of the article too attractive and eye-catchy so that readers get convinced to view it an read. The internal content should also hold some meaning and be factual and not mere exaggeration. The audience would surely stick back to the website with a strong niche.


  12. Twitter: smartitsols
    Analyzing the traffic flow and determine why actually a visitor bounced away, can be a very confusing thing. Sometimes there is nothing wrong with out content, or design or anything. The referral where the visitor are coming from plays much more important role ind determining why the bounce rate is jumping up.


  13. Twitter: seoindia2837
    Thanks you so Much Erik for posting such an Informative article , I found your blog when I was looking for seo tips to Increase website Traffic and seo Tips to Decrease Bouncing Rate. You blog is extremely helpful seo beginners and People facing Low Conversion Rate.

    Do post some conversion Optimization tips too :)
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  14. Great post Erik! It is true that most of the blogs face high bounce rates especially due to lack of knowledge as to how to attract the visitors and let them stay on the blog for longer time as well as entice them to explore the blog. By producing high quality content can be an effective way to decrease the bounce rate.

  15. Hey Erik,
    I believe internal linking is much more effective than we think it to be, when it comes to decreasing the bounce rate. Personally I don’t find dividing a lengthy post into parts is all that effective. I don’t even care to read through posts that are split into parts. Instead, making each part an engrossing sequel to the previous post, without hinting of it in the latter, is what I think makes the long post interesting to read about. Surprise the reader, the reader will surprise you back by staying long.

  16. Great article. I like the idea of breaking up longer articles into multiple posts. I’m using that for a piece I’m working on right now.

    The problem with doing it is the blogger who is desperate for pageviews and cuts up a short article. Its frustrating to read 1000 words on ten pages.

    Unless the article segment makes for a complete read on its own, don’t break it up. Pageviews are important for growth, but not at the expense of quality writing and ease of use for your readers.

  17. Yes you are correct, writing fresh and good content is a major point when it comes to blogging and is almost suggested by everyone as a basic remedy to improve the conditions of a blog. Content is the true king for a blog and it will surely heklp to decrease the bounce rate if the readers like it.

  18. It is true that most of the blogs face high bounce rates especially due to lack of knowledge. Interlinking Article and Using Related post plugin is really easiest way to decrease bounce rates & other think please avoid lengthy article that leads to high bouncing rate.

  19. James

    Interlinking our articles makes great sense to me as it maintains the flow of the content posted on the blog and in a way also helps the readers stay connected. There is not much problem while a new new topic to write because it may be on the lines of the previous one.

  20. Very informative and helpful post, Ana. Very glad to have found you! I appreciate how you clearly laid out what bounce rate is before providing your excellent tips. Looking forward to learning more from you!

  21. Linda

    Great share Brian , this information is really needed among all Bloggers , Bounce rate , Bounce rate is the important factor to be seen in every blog/site , though you get enough Backlinks and if your bounce rate is higher then your Blog.site will loose the identification to Google , so try to reduce the Bounce rate for future benefit , awesome article on it…Really thanks for your awesome ideas and tips to reduce Bounce rate


  22. Twitter: socalmobileauto
    Very good information. I am always concerned with my bounce rate as I am in a service industry. i started my blog to help improve my bounce rate (Lower it) and from what I can tell so far is that the interlinking of posts have the highest affect on keeping people from leaving after one page visit. So far it is working.

    Thanks for sharing this useful information!

  23. Bounce rate is something I’ve been struggling with for quite some time now. I find that having a related posts plugin which utilizes pictures and having content with titles that readers can’t help but click really reduce the bounce rate. Do you have a solution for the most viewed widgets showing the same posts all the time due to it’s age?
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  24. Dave


    Twitter: mmayh_dave
    I completely agree with the author. I had a few blogs in my life and experienced with these techniques to decrease the bounce rate. In my case creating valuable and interesting content helped a great deal. This is the basis of everyone’s success and shouldn’t be overlooked.

  25. Agen Rugby

    Great post. Bounce rate is one of the main important factor. All these tips really helps a lot to decrease the bounce rate of your blog. I think updating quality content and uploading less images (size) these two also important factors.


    • Twitter: ErikEmanuelli
      Hi Agen,
      often updating content definetely help your site decreasing bounce rate, as your visitors will always find fresh articles.
      Uploading optimized images will help decrease speed loading of your site, which help readers avoiding to bore caused by long loading waiting times of your blog.
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  26. Nwosu Desmond


    Twitter: mavtrevor
    Following your advice here i have been able to drastically reduce my site’s bounce rate…..thanks for the info. You’ve just won a regular visitor.


  27. Twitter: SalsRealm
    Great tips here! I have a relatively high bounce rate for my personal blog too and I’ve been trying to figure out why exactly that is. I know the content is high quality, so it’s not that! I’ve implemented a couple of these tips already (interlinking, and a search feature), but maybe implementing the other ideas can help. I’ll give them a try!

    Thanks for sharing!
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  28. Good quality content with keep visitor on your site. This will also help your search ranking with google because that is what they like to see.

  29. Well recently google release EMD, from that time my blog bounce rate increasing and i think thats a sign of reduction of traffic.

    Although after reading your post i came to know that i was not Interlink Articles.. so will update my artciles to reduce blogs bounce rate.


  30. Twitter: axymak
    I am back on this blog after 15 days I have used your Strategy to Overcome the Bounce rate and I got Success and I am posting this Comment in order to Say one thing ” THANK YOU “

  31. One thing I like to do on my WordPress blogs is to add a customized 404 page with a list of recent posts, categories, and a search form. If you’re constantly getting links to your site chances are there’s a few of them mistyped, so it’s an easy way to make sure those visitors can find the content they’re looking for.


  32. Twitter: csspoet
    Yup these are great ideas to reduce your bounce rate. I am having this fault and searched for ways to reduce them. Finally found your article which is more efficient and gives a better result.


    • Twitter: HotBlogTips
      Hi Gautam, The simplest advice I can give is to be sure people know why they are visiting your site. It’s the same with subject lines in email marketing, a confusing or misleading title and description will cause people to leave as soon as the site loads because it’s not what they were looking for.

      Keyword research is also key. We need to understand not only what keyword phrases are being searched but why they are searching for those topics.

      Other factors like design and easy to read content are also important. If it takes forever for a site to load or the structure is confusing and noisy people are likely to click away.

      Also use calls to action to guide your visitors to other areas of your site that you want them to visit. Related posts, popular articles and things like that can help.

      I’d also like to point out that bounce rates, while important, are not something to obsess over.

  33. Michael Smith

    I think one important point that it pays to mention is that the less advertisements that you have on your blog, the less that there is to distract your reader. More advertisements, especially loud obnoxious banners, will undoubtedly lead to a worse bounce rate. Personally, I would try to keep any niche blog completely clear from advertisements to begin with.

  34. marty

    It never donned on me to cut of the end of the post and make it so they have read more.I think this will help alot since it makes people curious.I got rid of my related post becuase some told me that it makes my post look to cultered I think I will put it back on and see what happens

  35. Thanks for you post Erik, I really like the idea about deviding the posts in your home page. Just recently I changed the whole approach on a Writing Blog of mine. Making it into a somewhat more Magazine Like approach.

    So now besides offering you a practical Most Popular Posts-list, under a Heading titled: ‘Take Your Pick’ you now can also discover a ‘Splash’ of just a few general attention grabbing Sub-headings like:

    ‘Writer’s Interviews, Blogging, Affiliate Marketing
    Success, Inspration’

    With for each category also offering you a few related links to posts you can choose from, and to make you curious enough to draw you in, in the posts you can also discover a list of other related posts, to also give you lot’s of other posts you can choose from.
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  36. Yes ! Erik Emanuelli,
    You are right. Quality Post, Interlinking and Related Post can decreases the bounce rate a lot.. But there are many way other way that can decrease bounce rate too like by adding Videos that is the very nice method to keep together your website and visitor. Anyways its a very informative article.. KEep posting :)
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