A look at the websites with some of the highest KPI scores based on the ExtraDigital KPI tool.
The KPI counter is a useful tool that will help analyse a website or webpage and tell you how many KPIs can be usefully measured on this page. A KPI is a type of performance measurement. KPI's evaluate the success of an organization or of a particular activity in which it engages [Source:Wikipedia].
Some example webpages with good KPI's
As you'd expect, Google have many pages with a high KPI. One such page is part of the Google maps and has a KPI of 10.
Content rich websites do well.
Many scientific or research based websites have a particularly high KPI score. We have found a Live Science webpage with a very high KPI of 59.
The BBC website has many pages with high KPI scores of over 20. The webpage about the programme 'Spy in the Huddle' has a KPI core of 29.
ExtraDigital's own website have some pages with quite good KPI's. One of the top performers is an article on Google search from 2 years ago with a KPI of 11. The KPI tool has a graphical version, providing a visual representation of the webpage KPI score,
Further Developments on the KPI Toolkit
Detailed research on the accuracy of the KPI tool shows some webpages with a higher than expected KPI score. This is because the KPI Tool version 1 is including all varieties of penguin rather than correctly identifying King Penguins. Version 2 of the King Penguin Index (KPI) Toolkit will include a more accurate check on type of penguin.