hispdcha - 2:18 am on Apr 28, 2011 (gmt 0) [edited by: tedster at 2:43 am (utc) on Apr 28, 2011]
On those pages would you say users interact heavily with the navigation elements ( county / neigbourhood / listings ) ?
No not really. They are more for internal links and landing pages I would say. The only thing visitors really interact with is the top navigation and the right side quick search where they can search listings. Left side navigation gets almost no play. Our visitors really only care about searching listings, the rest is fluff.
Bounce Rate for listings pages are quite high actually I would estimate 75% to 80%. Many will come directly to listing pages from an MLS# search or an address search. They get what they want and leave. The people that stick around are the ones that come to the site through a city/neighborhood/county search.
I am not a programmer so I wouldn't really know. I know our site is php because after each URL it says .php. - lol :).
[edited by: tedster at 2:43 am (utc) on Apr 28, 2011]