On Sun, 06 Oct 2013 12:17:34 +1100
Kubilay Kocak <koobs.free...@gmail.com> wrote:

> On 4/10/2013 1:38 AM, Rodrigo OSORIO wrote:
> > Maybe the question is : "have they found what they are looking
> > for ?"
> > 
> Thats a good question Rodrigo and right on point.
> Bounce rates, without also identifying *legitimate* (and/or desirable)
> exit points cant alone help us determine if a user has achieved their
> objective or not.
I am one of the many 'bounced' users. The front page shows already very
often what I want to know. Security notes, the current supported
versions and news. Why should I read then things I am not interested in?

But there is something missing. There is no 'entry' point for potential
new users.

> Among other things, marking actions on pages with GA labels will
> differentiate many of these cases from the pathological and begins to
> place 'our user goals' *first* as the primary definition of success.
> You cant manage or improve what you dont measure.

I disagree here. A website is not a piece of engineering.

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