---- Can Competitors Create a High Bounce Rate & Destroy My Rankings?
randle - 2:30 pm on Nov 7, 2007 (gmt 0)
Since I first built I've always I've always taken the approach that the most important things for good rankings in the future would be the amount of time people spent on my site, the number of page views, a low bounce rate and a high book marking rate.
Makes sense, and its been talked about quite a bit, but exactly how did this become universally accepted? What real evidence does anyone have that G, or other search engines, use these metrics to rank sites?