A high bounce rate tells Google that the site didn't provide the information the consumer was looking for or didn't provide a good user experience. When Google finds that a website has high bounce rates, it can negatively impact that site's ranking on Google's Search Engine Results Pages (SERPs). Ad guidelines for businesses To help businesses understand which ads to keep on their website and which ads are annoying to visitors, Google has created a new tool called the Google Advertising Experience Report. Google defines an advertising experience as the combination of site layout and behavior, and the
content and ads your users are exposed to. This tool gives website owners a clear overview of how the Better Ads Standards apply to their web pages. It even gives you screenshots and videos of annoying ad experiences on your website so you can find jewelry photo editing service and fix them. Display of advertising experience Users and owners of verified websites in Search Console can view the Ad Experience Report. Google Ad Experience Report Once you've connected your website to the Ad Experience report, you can choose to view the desktop or mobile version of the report. Ad Experience
Web Tool If your website has not been reviewed by Google, you will see "Not Reviewed" in the Status section: Ad Experience ReportIf this is the case for your site, a Google representative on the Ad Experience Report help forum asks you to be patient: "The Ad Experience Report aims to cover as many areas as possible and our Coverage will increase throughout the year. Although there is no way to request a review and we cannot tell you when your site will be reviewed, new sites are reviewed daily." If a sample of your site has been reviewed by Google, you'll see an "