Our First Patent Has Been Filed

After many years of Research & Development (R&D), CQS content quality checker is now officially a patent product.

We have field a United States Provisional Patent Application using United States Patent and Trademark Office
Title: COMPUTER IMPLEMENTED SYSTEMS AND METHODS FOR RANKING THE QUALITY OF A TEXT OR WEBPAGE ON THE INTERNET
Filed: June 10, 2016
Applicant: Elchanan ROTSTAIN

How does the Content Quality Score work?

What is good content? Good content is somewhat difficult to define. The research study we created dictates more than ten factors that can determine the quality of a web page or piece of text. Duplicate content, spelling or grammatical errors, recursive writing and readability are among four pieces of criteria. The CQS mark is rated and scored between 0 to 100. We have employed human editors to improve our machine-learning system and to verify the score CQS is recording. In the lab we are currently developing a theme checker, content “mood” signals, writer accreditation check and social signals of any provided content. With our current developments we strive to make an even more accurate and precise program by which to analyze data.

Example

Yellow.com which is one of the big losers in recent Google Panda update (lost %80 in traffic) got a score of 28 out of 100.

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