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Google’s reading level scores for UK SEO blogs

December 11, 2010 11 Comments

Google's launched a new feature that scores websites for reading level (probably using one of these reading level assessments, I guess). Anyway, I thought it would be fun to see what it made of UK SEO blogs' reading levels. So here are the answers, ranked by basic score.

Of course, whether it's better to be basic, intermediate or advanced when it comes to reading level depends on your intended audience ...

Goosh

Goosh

Goosh

SEO Chicks

SEO Chicks blog

SEO Chicks blog

Hobo Web

Hobo Web blog

Hobo Web blog

SEO Begin

SEO begin

SEO begin

Great Websites Blog

Great websites blog

Great websites blog

Nikki Pilkington

Nikki Pilkington

Nikki Pilkington

Dave Naylor

Dave Naylor's blog

Dave Naylor's blog

Vertical Leap

Vertical leap blog

Vertical leap blog

Blogstorm

Blogstorm

Blogstorm

SEO Gadget

SEO Gadget

SEO Gadget

SEOptimise

SEO optimize

SEO optimize

Ciaran Norris

Ciaran Norris

Ciaran Norris

Impact Media

Impact media blog

Impact media blog

Paul Madden

Paul Madden's blog

Paul Madden's blog

My blog

My blog

My blog

Explicitly Me

Explicitly Me blog

Explicitly Me blog

Have I missed anyone out? Let me know ...

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