Based on Google Analytics for a year, I've seen traffic bounced 100% from certain countries.
These countries are mainly developing ones and non-English or ones with low population and non-English but filthy rich.
At the same time, there are some countries having traffic with average visit duration of less than 5 seconds.
It may not be wrong to say that there are no value from these 2 groups of traffic at all.
Therefore, I thought of blocking their country-specific IPs from my upcoming free and paid products.
The main intention to block their IPs is to save bandwidth, which is costly.
My assumption is they are seeking for freebie downloads only, thus are not good prospect for paid offers. My products would have no value for them anyway, since they are not in the visitors' local languages. Or my products are not what they are looking for.
Please share your thoughts about this.