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Dividends Proud Coefficient

Dividends Proud Coefficient (DPC) allows to see a company attention to it's dividend.
The relative DPC is equal to the ration of company DPC to average DPCs for the industry multiplied by ration of average industry size to the company size.

Absolute company DPC is equal to number of clicks from the company WWW home page to dividend history page.

Logarithm of Total Equity or Assets of company (industry) can be used as metric for the size. 

Average can be mean or median.

The very proud (and often small) company display info about it current dividends on jome page of front page of investor relations (one click from home page) and about dividends history in the link from investor relations page (i.e. 2 clicks from home page).
Non-proud company (usually with random dividends and pauses in dividends payments) hide dividends history  outside WWW site.

I collected Dividends Proud Coefficient for few companies I own, more wide study might be interested.