What is the bounce rate goal from Omniconvert
The bounce rate shows how many visitors, who were included in your experiment, left the page without interacting with it in any way.
For example: Visitor lands on homepage -> experiment is triggered – > visitor closes the browser/tab/changes the link manually = bounce
The bounce rate is an inverted type of goal. This means that by default when a user enters your website the action is considered to be a bounce. Only if the user interacts with your page an un-bounce event is sent to our servers and this cancels the original bounce.
It also means that if you see a lower bounce rate in Omniconvert’s Dashboard you should be happy because this equals to more engagements from the users.