Ralph_Slate - 7:03 pm on Oct 5, 2012 (gmt 0)
jimbeetle, how can you compare those factors across disparate sites? Here are my numbers;
Conversion Score: N/A. I run an informational site.
Bounce Rate: 49.34%
Number of page views: 5.83
Number of repeat visitors: 61%
Number of products added to cart: N/A
Avg time spent on page: 3:28
My site has apparently been classified as "poor quality" - despite that unique visitors over the past month is 423,801, and 30% of the organic visitors arrive at my site by requesting my site's name in their search along with other terms" (such as "blue widget widgetsrus" where widgetsrus is my site). A fair number of my pages still rank well, but certain sections of my site will not rank at all, no matter what I do (except if I get backlinks).
Are my numbers good or bad? I can't tell. If you post your numbers, can you say if your site is better or worse than mine? I doubt it - bounce rate could signify how well the site satisfies the immediate need, or how the site is able to draw the visitor in deeper.