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What is a right word to describe the heading Content/Performance? It is about best and effective content that form a complete artefact.

The example of heading and paragraph as below:

5.4.1 Content/Performance This is about a better user experience, the effectiveness of the artefact and the context of the contents. It is part of the critical component for target users to experience, and the aesthetic is explained in the post-question survey.

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Where did you find this text? I think we need a little more background to be able to answer this properly. –  Benny Skogberg Dec 25 '12 at 8:11
    
I've written the text myself. –  Irishgirl Dec 26 '12 at 14:14
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I've read the text following the heading a couple of times and my head started spinning. What are you actually saying? Do you mean content performance, or do you mean content to performance ratio, or do you mean content or performance? –  kontur Dec 29 '12 at 20:24
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"Content/Performance" is a ratio. The amount of Content vs. the Performance is measured as a useful metric. Search Google on the phrase "Content/Performance" for more.

What’s Your Content Performance Ratio?

For example, if you have:
750 (green and amber pages) / 1,000 (indexed pages)
= 0.75
Content Performance Ratio = 3:4 (or 75%)

See also:
What’s Really Important For Technical SEO
"... the ratio between total pages indexed and the total number of pages generating current organic traffic"

How To Analyze Your Content Performance In Google Analytics
Online Marketing...

As the above shows, we may not be able to find a one-word substitution for the concept. Instead, we could say "Content Performance Ratio" or "Content Performance Index".

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