Rating system

In the Optimization rating system options dialog box, you can extend the rating system of Ranking Toolbox individually, integrating your personal criteria and analysis.

You can generate individual rating systems for any search engine and save them as *.rto files. These files may also be exchanged with other users or within your company.

The rating system is based on the following items:

With these items, you can perfectly optimize an HTML document in order to achieve the best results listings at search engines!

WARNING: To avoid errors in the analysis and results, only perform changes if you perfectly understood the program.

In the Optimization rating system options dialog box, you can make the following settings:

General

In the General area, you can set global parameters which will be valid for the whole analysis.

Analysis item

In the Analysis item area you can adjust the properties of main entries.

NOTE: For main entries, only choose the value for Intervals and leave the other options unchanged.

 

All main entries (except for Summary) have the following options:

Max. points: Defines the maximum number of points for this main entry (including its possible sub-entries). It is recommended to leave the value 100 and to choose a higher value for weighting.

Weighting: Defines the weighting of the main entry (including its possible sub-entries). This value is multiplied by the value in Max. points and that way defines the total number of points for the respective main entry.

Intervals: Defines the intervals for displaying hints in the report and should not be changed.

In the Analysis item area you can adjust the properties of sub-entries.

Amount of characters (length): Defines the rating of the number of characters. This is an important criteria for items like title or keywords.

Capitalization: Defines the frequency of capitalization. Here you can specify how, for example, exaggerated capitalization is to be rated.

Repetitions value: Defines the rating of word repetitions. Here you can rate, for example, not allowed repetitions of certain words.

Keyword percentage: Defines the rating of the keyword frequency.

 

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