Zivush - 6:02 pm on Jul 2, 2012 (gmt 0)
I was meaning pages that are not visited by people already on the site. Is that how you were thinking?
I'm not sure if your point 4 refers to internal visitors or Entrances.
Yes. I meant entrances.
As said by Rasputin, sometimes good articles don't get much exposure because of no real interest on the topic, but also could be missing targeted SEO titles.
Writing articles for the sake of writing while not having any good search volume basis isn't my business.
Many bloggers do that and it might be good when having some readership.
Some readers these days are looking for a community experience.. This is not my cap of tea to make the daily bla bla bla.
As for Internal visitors,
If pages are buried and they hardly get internal traffic, this is one thing, which relates to poor site navigation.
If pages aren't buried and still don't get visits, this is another thing and as indicated by diberry, they may suffer lack of interest by readers.
All in all, Let's suppose that the 'total exit rate' and the 'total bounce rate' is part of the equation - Total amounts are factors.
What's better? 1000 not so good or 100 super duper valuable.
p.s. my English is not 100%. Sorry.