A few days ago I came across the site a cool tool called Site SEO Grader. It calculates your PR Google, Alexa, Technorati Rank, Inbound Links Google, Yahoo Inbound Links, Delicious Saved Comte, Google indexed pages, and gives you a single score (0-100). It is cool, but there are many more similar tools on the market.
What caught my attention is that a pure statistical evaluations of your blog its legibility. It i's near the end of the report:
Readability Level:? Grade
This score measures the approximate level of education required to read and understand the contents of the web page. In most cases, the content must be made to be simple, so the majority of the target audience can understand.
That is great, but is it reliable? Well, there is no explanation on the score at grade algorithm so I recovered a few scores to other sites on similar topics I but with different writing styles and compared them with scores Site Grader. Let we see the results:
John Chow - 5th Grade
Shoemoney - 5th Grade
CashQuests - Grade 6
Blogging Fingers - Grade 6
DoshDosh - 11th Grade
Copyblogger - High School + 3 Year College
Problogger - High School + 3 Year College
Blogging Secret - Advanced Degree (PhD)
When you look at the blogs that have the same score You will notice they are indeed similar. Shoemoney Chow and John are both simple and easily digestible writing stiles (although Shoemoney doesn't give a lot of grammar). The same goes for CashQuests fingers and blogs. 5th and 6th Graders probably not to be able to understand the content, but they could certainly read it without spelling.
DoshDosh is also writing clean but his approach is a bit more professional, business, and so on. That is why it is necessary to have a little more education than the blogs mentioned above to read it.
Copyblogger and Problogger are also very similar, and often treated as sisters sites. Their writing is quite complex. Degree higher education is really necessary to read them with ease.
Blogging secret is apparently typical blog make money, but once you start reading it, you will understand why you need a Ph.D. to understand its contents. The grammar is simply horrible. Final Verdict
judging from the results, it so obvious that the level of readability pointing is not just popping-up random results, it can clearly interpret how to read a given site. I also believe that slight increases in grades it can mean anything. I think it would be very unlikely that a 5th grader read easily Shoemoney then go to CashQuests and not be able to understand a single word of its contents.
I figure there is a space of 3 levels of education you need to focus on the moment to try your blog's legibility.
1. Grades below - Your blog is simply written, and it \ 's easy for readers to understand.
2. High School and College - Your blog d \ 'writing is complex and many of your readers will struggle to understand it.
3. Advanced Degree (PhD) - Start taking English classes.
This tool could be useful for you?
If you want to judge someone else's blog level of readability, this tool is useless. You can be the judge of that.
When it comes to your own blog, it's very likely that you lack objectivity and incorrectly assess your blog's legibility. In this case, this tool will be useful!
Wanna know how my site is ranked in the second test i make only to say 93 of 100 :D
A website grade of 93/100 for maximizingrevenuetips.blogspot.com means that of the hundreds of thousands of websites that have previously been evaluated, our algorithm has calculated that this site scores higher than 93% of them in terms of its marketing effectiveness. The algorithm uses a proprietary blend of over 50 different variables, including search engine data, website structure, approximate traffic, site performance, and others.
The software is constantly being upgraded and the algorithm enhanced. The number of potential recommendations provided by the tool is also increasing frequently. Please check back often.....
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