Could a slow website cause visitors from a Facebook ads campaign to bounce?

I have a website with traffic problems. The web site sells a product in Spanish.

I recently created a Facebook ads campaign, and it got 96 visits. But Google Analytics only registered 9 visits. I think my website could be slow and people are bouncing. Could this be the case?

I am using WordPress and the Profitbuiler plugin to create the page.

Most website visitors don’t have Java enabled

So, for the first time ever, I had a look at the "Java Support" dimension in Google Analytics. According to that, most of our visitors don’t seem to have Java enabled (115,844 vs. 7,540 page views). I’ve read stats that approx. 1-3% of people have Java disabled in their browser, so what’s going on on my website? How shall I interpret this data from Google Analytics?!

Our website is based on Javascript and won’t work without it. That’s why I find it odd that visitors without Java support would spend an average of 2:45 minutes on it. Any explanation or advice is greatly appreciated!

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Subtitle Database website for sale! more than 4 million subtitles 80000 visitors per month

Why are you selling this site?
I have tons of others things to take care of, lack of time.

How is it monetized?
Advertisement.

Does this site come with any social media accounts?
No.

How much time does this site take to run?
This does not take any time to run. People can upload subtitles so it is automatic.

What challenges are there with running this site?
Building it and making it work. Have signup system, commenting system, small CMS.

Algorithm for Estimating Number of Unique Monthly Visitors

Is there a way to estimate the number of unique monthly visitors to a site based on a limited sample of one week of data? I have information about when a given user visited the site. This isn’t as simple as just multiplying the number of unique visitors the first week by 4, due to the hotel problem. If 10 people visit your site the first week and the same people are the only visitors to your site the second, third, and fourth week, the total number of monthly unique visitors to your site is only 10.

I know you can use HLL to estimate the number of unique visitors to a site in O(1) space. I’m wondering if there’s a similar approach to estimate how many unique visitors there will be after a month, preferably that also works in O(1) space.

From Analytics data, easy way to get % of visitors with a screen resolution of X or larger

Is there any easy way to use the Analytics data of a website, for example on google analytics, and query it to get the % of users with a browser resolution of X or larger?

It’s good to know the top used resolutions but for example I want to know if I can drop support for very small resolutions so it would be nice to know the % of users using 1024 or smaller for example.

I was wondering if there was an easy way to achieve this somewhere in G-Analytics or an external tool. Right now I’m parsing the raw data and doing this on a custom program I did.

Healthy recipes Website For Sale, Huge Potential to Attract Female Visitors

Website for sale: https://healthyrecipeshq.com

food recipes with huge potential in very profitable niche, make money with adsense,amazon clickbank etc

What is included in the sale?

domain and all files+database

What is required to keep the business operational?

pay domain and hosting

Why are you selling the business?

need money for other project

How does the business generate revenue?

advertising (amazon,adsense…

Healthy recipes Website For Sale, Huge Potential to Attract Female Visitors

Original French Recipe Website with 70K visitors in 2019

Why are you selling this site?

Not much time to develop it further.

How is it monetized?

I have added AdSense to a few pages, but nothing to speak of as I haven't given a great deal of thought on placement.

Does this site come with any social media accounts?

No.

How much time does this site take to run?

Articles haven't been added since 2016, though I recently have done website re-design which has made the website look a lot better and reduced bounces….

Original French Recipe Website with 70K visitors in 2019

Should visitors see all the links and buttons (which can be used only by registered users)?

We are developing a website which requires registration to use some features.

My friend thinks visitors (non-registered users) should not even see the links for those features, because it is confusing.

I think they should see the links and upon clicking they should be redirected to login/registration page, because it will encourage them to register.

What is the best way to handle this?