right walkman, but a site that does tailor to the query should not have 93% bounce, maybe 70 - 80%. Couple this with a time on site metric and you get my drift.
93% or 78% we can argue all day but I'll use another example I used before: if you continuously send "Nike shoes" type of keywords to my competitor and "Nike shoes size 13 in black color" to my /nike/shoes how is it fair to compare bounce rates or time on site? It's not but Google doesn't care, the rich get richer and the poor die off since Panda gives you a sitewide penalty.
That Google doesn't care about "user experience" when balanced with $$, it's obvious: just look at all the crap they fill the page with: spammy Youtube videos, image searches totally out of place, totally unrelated book results in SERPS, and the famous 7 pack filled with 100% Google, but inferior, local search pages. How stupid or brainwashed does one have to be not to see this?