Bounce Rate in Report Builder

danm84141867

06-09-2011

The v15 definition of Bounce Rate is much better now that it isn't simply defined: single page visits / entries. But I can't find it as a metric in Report Builder.

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danoots

01-11-2011

Definitely. This is driving me crazy, as I now have a single monthly report for which I need to run Excel Client, ReportBuilder, and now have to go into Site Catalyst to do manual data collection.

 

I love the new metric, but we need another way to get at it...

srs50962

01-11-2011

HERE'S AN IDEA!

 

          ReportBuilder = SiteCatalyst

 

Wow! An Earth shaking & revolutionary idea! . . . or just logical . . .

 

. . . Analysts require accessible raw data to ANALYZE . . .

jdnyland

26-04-2012

danoots

31-05-2012

I've got all my fingers and toes crossed that you guys will tackle this. Not having Bounce Rate available in ReportBuilder is a *serious* drag - makes reports that should take 10 minutes to generate into hours-long sessions, with lots of opportunity for data entry error.

cmi-tce

07-06-2012

Bounce rate is listed in many Web analytics reference texts as a key metric. However, it is currently difficult to even approximate it via ReportBuilder, and the only alternative when creating an Excel report is to enter the data manually after it is derived from the SiteCatalyst console, as is mentioned above. It would be a time saver if the Bounce Rate metric was available from the ReportBuilder menu.

bige938007

21-02-2013

Apologies for not changing the status on this sooner. We implemented this feature some time ago. Bounces as a metric is available in ReportBuilder, from which Bounce Rate can be calculated.