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Bounce rate when leaving and coming back soon

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In my website you have the log-in link in the home page. When you land on the page and click on the log-in link you are driven in a page that is in another domain and once you log in, you are redirected back to the user side of the first domain.


I think that even if in few seconds we are back to the first domain, the redirection to the external log-in page (another domain) will impact on the bounce rate of the home page.


Can anyone confirm or not my thought?







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Re: Bounce rate when leaving and coming back soon

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Federico you assumption is correct but a few questions one is your login domain a sub-domain of your primary domain. If so their is an article on how track traffic across sub-domains. If you login domain is not a sub-domain of your primary domain then you may be able to filter out that second domain to get a better more accurate bounce rate.

Re: Bounce rate when leaving and coming back soon

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Ho Brian,
Thanks for your answer.
The log in page is in a completely different domain.
Ha e you got any article about this particular situation?
Is Google Analytics giving the bounce rate in this case?

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