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Discussion in 'SEO Search Engine Optimisation' started by Systreg, Jun 25, 2009.

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  1. Systreg

    Systreg Well-Known Member

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    I came across the site at Whois lookup and Domain name search where it gives you an seo % score when you do a Who-Is lookup on your domain, how accurate are those scores?

    The reason I ask is because the 2 bike stores I have made using the same template, both have 99% seo scores, and both are now on steady on page 1 of Google results, so I'm thinking there must be something to it, and I might use the same template for other sites I'm going to make as it seems to work well if the seo scoring is to be believed, now, how to get that missing 1%.
     
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    dashu1 Well-Known Member

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    They're rubbish - they're on a par with the automated domain valuing thingies.
     
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    retired_member21 Retired Member

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    I would say they're an OK indicator of your basic on-page optimisation

    Problem is doesn't take into account links, site, hosting, domain, duplication on site blah blah blah

    I used to like spidertest.com
    Doesn't score you, but offers you common sense SEO tips on how to streamline your page.
     
  5. ddwebguru

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    Well, I have checked my website and it got 93% marks. I think this website focus on relevancy. For example, if you are running a content writing company, you should not be a software developer because they are unrelated. You will get 0% marks if you do so. Mind it this is personal opinion.
     
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    Never mind what % some crappy website analsyer giver you, where are you in Google.

    That's all that matters.
     
  7. Systreg

    Systreg Well-Known Member

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    I forgot I started this topic, cheers for the advice about the seo % tool.

    Both bike sites are page 1 of Google, one at result number 3 and the other one hovers between result number 6 and 8. Both making money, total sales = £1885.51 = £53.82 commission since June 17th
     
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    That wasn't aimed at you sysreg, I just find in frustrating that people bog themselves down with tools & amalysis & seem to forget that the only seo scorer that matters is the big G.
     
  9. retired_member21

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    It's ok if you know what you are doing, but people new to SEO may need some help with some of these tools to learn/get off the ground. This blatently isn't the case here though :) but just thought I'd raise the point
     
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    spidertest.com is no doubt Google but I do not see any reason to change my SEO tactic just because they have said it. However, it has pointed out some important issues that I will like to give serious thoughts.
     
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