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Bounce Rate < 1%! Should be some problem, right?

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Hey guys,

 

I am helping this company and the Google Analytics shows that the bounce rate is lower than 1%.

 

The agency in charge of the website said that there was nothing wrong with the codes. Can you maybe help me check whether the Google codes was added correctly please?

http://childrensmuseumofphoenix.org/

Great thanks!

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Re: Bounce Rate < 1%! Should be some problem, right?

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Hi,

Well there are two analytics codes on your site analytics.js and ga.js pointing to same property ID
Two interaction hits sent to same property causes the sessions to be counted as non-bounce. 
Try removing removing the old analytics code.(gs.js) 

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Bounce Rate &lt; 1%! Should be some problem, right?

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Hi,

 

You have two tracking codes installed, both the classic tracking code and the universal analytics syntax. You need to remove the code snippet from the footer. Hope this helps, let me know if you have questions.


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Hi,

Well there are two analytics codes on your site analytics.js and ga.js pointing to same property ID
Two interaction hits sent to same property causes the sessions to be counted as non-bounce. 
Try removing removing the old analytics code.(gs.js) 

Googledoubt4.png

 

Bounce Rate &lt; 1%! Should be some problem, right?

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Thank you Arnold!

Bounce Rate &lt; 1%! Should be some problem, right?

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Thank you Ritwik! Problem solved!