greenleaves - 8:18 pm on Aug 16, 2011 (gmt 0)
Awesome info Bingdude. I've so far only been artificially manipulating the bounce rate on google. From what you are telling me, Bing is even more susceptible to this :insertevilgrin:
I suppose you wouldn't mind sharing what factors you compare to dismiss manipulative searches? I mean, how well do you trace proxies?
I've been working real hard at extracting statistics of natural bounce rate per niche, to use as a baseline from which to distort bounce rates for my competitors and lower my own bounce rate, but does bing even use that (baseline bounce rate per niche)? I'm pretty sure Google does... I also know Google doesn't use bounce rate on all niches, so it won't help my dictionary spam sites. But does bing have that too?
I normally only fool with google, as they are so easy to manipulate, but now that Bing is gaining some market share, I think I'll be expanding my experiments.