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How do you calculate the scores for the Content Analysis?

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In order to work out the scores for this particular module, we decided to start by assigning points to the website:

Page Title

missing = 0 point

short or long = 5 points

good = 10 points

 

Page Description

missing = 0 point

short or long = 5 points

good = 10 points

 

Duplicate Metadata:

yes = 0 point

no = 10 points

 

Text Count:

0 = 0 point

1 - 249 (words) = 5 points

250 or higher = 10 points

 

Links in

0 = 0 point

1 - 99 = 5 points

100+ = 10 points

 

Links out

0 = 0 point

1 - 14 = 5 points

15+ = 10 points

 

A page can have a total of 60 points if all the above criteria is met

 

Once the points have been attributed we give each section a WEIGHT (multiplying its value by the ones below):

 

page title = x1

page desc = x1

duplicated = x6

text count = x1

links in = x1

links out = x1

 

Noticeably only the "duplicate content" gets a significant multiplier. This is because duplicate content is far more important than any of the other metrics.

The scores of each and every URL are added up to give the "component" a total score as a percentage. ([total points / maximum points] X 100 = %)

The final percentage will equals one of the following 3 colors given the bracket they fall into:

  • Red = 30% or lower
  • Yellow = 31% to 79%
  • Green = 80% or higher
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