emmab21 - 1:55 pm on Mar 30, 2011 (gmt 0)
So after reading a post about how to weed out low level content I'm worrying about a fair amount of content on our website.
So let me see if I've got this right; if a page (or pages) has a high bounce rate and a low number of linking domains then Google potentially sees the page as 'low value', correct?
There are a lot of pages on our site that have pictures of widgets, and the main keywords that result in people coming to those pages are 'pictures of #*$! widget'. On average people stay on the page for about 2 minutes and then leave, resulting in high exit and bounce stats.
I have looked at backlinks to these URL's and there are hardly any, but if people are landing on the info they need and then leaving surely the content isn't poor? However people that come to these pages rarely result in conversions, should I be suggesting getting shut of these pages?