Score updating website seo this, great tits

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Dec 27th, 2006, 11:18 PM

#1

  • What's your site's SEO score?


    you can check your site's SEO score from www.whois.sc

    My site's SEO score is 88%, what's yours??

    Last edited by IVYtony; Dec 27th, 2006 at 11:22 PM.
  • Dec 28th, 2006, 07:49 AM

    #2

  • Originally Posted by IVYtony

    you can check your site's SEO score from www.whois.sc

    My site's SEO score is 88%, what's yours??

    I'm down to 91% from 95% a couple of weeks ago. I had posted about this when I first spotted it, but never really followed up on what criteria they were basing that score on.
    ~5yb
  • Dec 28th, 2006, 08:02 AM

    #3

  • ...Never mistake activity for achievement...


    ...Wise men don't need advice. Fools won't take it....

    Benjamin Franklin

    I really do not know what is included in their calculations for SEO Score, but I think they are totally accurate and without error. Oh.... our score is 100%.
  • Dec 28th, 2006, 09:24 AM

    #4

  • With this tool, why do certain sites appear as "related sites" for me, but I am not listed as a related site for them?

  • Dec 30th, 2006, 07:03 AM

    #5

  • Alignment


    IVYtony,

    I believe the whoi.sc system is using some sort on page alignment algorithm.

    As far as I can tell it doesn't measure off page. And of course it won't tell you if you're targeting the wrong keywords.

  • Dec 30th, 2006, 07:09 AM

    #6

  • ...Hey you! FREE SEO report card...I really ♥ my hosting company...

    You're correct. They don't measure off-page.

    What's more, they appear to be using a 2002 ruleset Also, they only check if a certain tag (be it a <title> or a <meta> or whatever) is THERE, and not if it's any good.

    The domaintools seo score thingie is no more than a bit of fun, really. Even less helpful than most "PR prediction" tools LOL.

    If you wanna know how good your on-page SEO is, post in the Site Reviews section of this (or some other) SEO forum....
  • Dec 30th, 2006, 08:01 AM

    #7

  • I find the best way to find your SEO Score is to access the Google search page, type in your most important keyword, hit Enter. If your intended landing page is somewhere in position 1-5 on the SERP your score is 90-100; if 6-10, it is 80-89; on second page, it is 70-79; beyond second page: 0.

    The above SEO Score is the only one that counts.
  • Jan 5th, 2007, 08:19 AM

    #8

  • Originally Posted by SEO_AM

    I find the best way to find your SEO Score is to access the Google search page, type in your most important keyword, hit Enter. If your intended landing page is somewhere in position 1-5 on the SERP your score is 90-100; if 6-10, it is 80-89; on second page, it is 70-79; beyond second page: 0.
    Haha quite right!
    It was fun to see that I got 97% for my site though. I get an even bigger rush when I find myself in the 1-5 spot though ;)

    Happy Near Year guys
  • Jan 5th, 2007, 09:38 AM

    #9

  • I've got a seo score of 81% and my site isn't even indexed yet.

    Doesn't sound very accurate to me.
    SEO_AM, I believe you've got it right. Gives me a score of -100% though!
  • Jan 5th, 2007, 02:45 PM

    #10

  • according to whois.sc i'm at 77%

    according to SEO_AM (with whom i agree totally) ... big fat 0! lol

  • Jan 5th, 2007, 04:12 PM

    #11

  • I have 83% for not sure how that compares. 1st I seen this.

    Lambert

  • Jan 5th, 2007, 04:19 PM

    #12

  • I have 83% for not sure how that compares. 1st I seen this.

    Lambert

    Ah my other site (URL address blocked: See forum rules) has a 97%

  • Jan 6th, 2007, 08:35 AM

    #13

  • Originally Posted by lklein

    I have 83% for not sure how that compares. 1st I seen this.

    Lambert

    Ah my other site (URL address blocked: See forum rules) has a 97%

    My site is new, since November 2006. How long will it take until whois gives me full details of my site? Is there something I need to do?
  • Jan 6th, 2007, 08:41 AM

    #14

  • Is it a .com/.net/.org or something more exotic?

    My .be sites --for example-- are NOT included I bet the same goes for .co.za
    Helaas!
  • Jan 6th, 2007, 08:42 AM

    #15

  • Originally Posted by dzine

    Is it a .com/.net/.org or something more exotic?

    My .be sites --for example-- are NOT included I bet the same goes for .co.za
    Helaas!
    It's South African, co.za.
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