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  1. Currently you consider both web statistics (traffic, links in, MOZ Rank, Google cached pages, etc) as well as website configuration issues, then combine these into a total score. It would be nice to see these as separate scores.

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  2. In order to provide a more complete overall assessment of an organization's online marketing prowess, website grader reports should include the grade for the organization's Facebook Grade.

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  3. Please add google PR status in website grader

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  4. I would love to see a Website Grader API Service similar to Twitter.Grader

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  5. Website Grader should send me a tweet when my website grade changes, eg "@rickburnes, your website grade changed from from 75 to an 80"

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  6. Pull in Open Site Explorer stats, use web 2.0 stats, provide detailed social media stats and everything imaginable from the seomoz ranking factors page, distinguishing between on and off page SEO. On top of that, include W3C / CSS validation and page load speeds. Can you do this? It would make for an excellent tool.

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  7. happens every time I use website.grader.com

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  10. Not able to read my website or blog. website: www.deservingdecor.org
    blog: www.deservingdecor.net

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  11. I have two conversion form links on my homepage which are not being found. http://www.venturevalley.com The two pages are called Contact Us and Request For Quote. The site is written in HTML. According to someone on the phone at HubSpot, the pages should be found. Why aren't they being found? Someone help us!

    What are the criteria for a valid conversion form according to the hubspot website grader? What can we do to fix the problem.

    Thanks for the help!

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  12. 14 votes
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  13. My delicious bookmarks show as NA even though at least a couple of the pages I know for a fact are bookmarked. Any thoughts? Does this affect the grade?

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  14. Many sites are being built on WordPress. Our site, http://www.rentabilities.com, for example, is built on WordPress, and our blog is located at http://blog.rentabilities.com.

    WebsiteGrader picks up our actual site as our blog - but it's not a blog. It's a WordPress site disguised as a site.

    So, my suggestion is to let the user enter an "external blog" url instead... so that our correct blog gets graded and not our actual site.

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  15. I run multiple urls through website grader daily, and some websit- grades do not update to reflect changes, even after 2-3 days. Any suggestions for getting websitegrader to produce fresh (not cached) grading results ? Thanks

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  16. I was able to run a website grader report 2 months ago but now it's saying it can't read it?

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  17. Domain info, such as age and expiration, aren't available for domains hosted on nation-specific domains, such as .co.uk or .co.nz

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  18. 5 votes
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  19. We have a site hosted at /pro on our domain - it's a completely seperate site install that happens to be located on the same domain as our main app.

    It would be cool to have something where you can say force grader to only look at items in the site you specify.

    Right now if we specify www.oursite.com/pro grader looks at oursite.com, and not oursite.com/pro.

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  20. Tweetmeme stats and other grader stats seem off, for example, in blog grader, the number of diggs is off and no update frequency shows up, and in website grader, I no longer have a page rank

    Any thoughts

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