TheMadScientist - 5:24 am on Mar 1, 2011 (gmt 0) [edited by: TheMadScientist at 5:34 am (utc) on Mar 1, 2011]
And, if your site is the right answer, why would you change it to fit the pattern of the wrong answer? Doesn't make sense...
If they're smart enough to figure out what behavior signals mean at a microgranular level, then you should probably make sure you keep sending the 'right answer' signal instead of changing your site to fit the 'wrong answer' profile, I would think anyway ... I could be totally wrong of course.
Also, remember: They don't often look at sites to rank them... They rank pages, so it shouldn't matter what your overall site stats are, what they would most likely use is page-by-page behavior, just like they do for almost everything else. They're still trying to rank the right page for the query, not sites afaik.
You might have one page that's the right answer for one query and another that's not for another, and it would be silly of them to not rank the right answer because you had another page on your site that didn't fit another query right, wouldn't it?
Sorry for all the edits and additions ... I find it tough to just say what I'm thinking in English sometimes. lol
[edited by: TheMadScientist at 5:34 am (utc) on Mar 1, 2011]