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Nikunj Patel
Nikunj Patel • 1 year ago

The “sticky factor” is a completely scientific term that basically means getting visitors to stay on your blog and come back again in the future. A couple of good measurements for your blog’s sticky factor can be found in Google analytics: look at the bounce rate and average time spent on the website. Low bounce rates and high average times are better.

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