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Bounce Rates And Redirects


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#1 LeslieC

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Posted 14 April 2009 - 02:33 PM

I have a website I'm working on that was built using a content management system and then on the same domain I have a blog that was created using WordPress. If someone comes to my home page (http://www.example.com) and then clicks on the link to the blog (http://www.example.com/blog) would Google show that as a bounce? I wouldn't assume it would, but I didn't know if the way the pages were built would play a part into it.

Also (and this may be a question to post somewhere on a Google forum - if someone knows of where I would appreciate it), I have a different Google Analytics tracking code set up for each domain - one for http://www.example.com and another for http://www.example.com/blog so I can see just the information for my blog; however, will Google Analytics show a bounce for the http://www.example.com when someone clicks on http://www.example.com/blog. Again, if this is a question for Google then if anyone knows of a Google forum I could send this question to I'd be very thankful

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#2 Jill

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Posted 14 April 2009 - 03:24 PM

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If someone comes to my home page (http://www.example.com) and then clicks on the link to the blog (http://www.example.com/blog) would Google show that as a bounce?


No. A bounce is if they don't click to any other page of your site. Your blog is a page of your site (assuming you have the analtyics tracking code installed on it as well).

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Also (and this may be a question to post somewhere on a Google forum - if someone knows of where I would appreciate it), I have a different Google Analytics tracking code set up for each domain - one for http://www.example.com and another for http://www.example.com/blog so I can see just the information for my blog;


Oh, well in that case, yes, they will count it as a bounce.

You should use one tracking code and simply set up multiple profiles. You definitely don't want to use 2 different tracking codes for your one site.

#3 vipinsham

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Posted 17 April 2009 - 02:10 AM

I want to know if we have three same website on different domain say www.abc.net, www.abc.asia, and www.abc.org now these all website are hosted on the same day and the content is same, I mean these three websites have the same website uploaded. Now for sure two will be penalized and the one will win the race.

So my question if the domain have any priority or its on SE that can index any of the one first.

#4 Randy

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Posted 17 April 2009 - 07:01 AM

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So my question if the domain have any priority or its on SE that can index any of the one first.


Generally speaking, No. Other than possibly geo location effects, where the ccTLD can have an effect on local search.

#5 Jill

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Posted 18 April 2009 - 08:14 AM

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Now for sure two will be penalized and the one will win the race.


No they won't.

Just 301 redirect all the domains to the one you want to win.




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