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Domain Authority Vs Page Authority
Domain authority is a measure of how well a domain is established, in terms of quality
and quantity of backlinks, age of domain among other factors that affect Domain Authority.
Domain Authority (DA) is a search engine ranking score developed by Moz that predicts how well a website will rank on search engine result pages (SERPs). A Domain Authority score ranges from one to 100, with higher scores corresponding to a greater ability to rank.
Domain Authority is calculated by evaluating multiple factors, including linking root domains and number of total links, into a single DA score. This score can then be used when comparing websites or tracking the "ranking strength" of a website over time.
Page Authority: This is based on a 100 point logarithmic scale with 100 being the highest, and is an indicator on how well an individual page is likely to rank without factoring the content displayed on the page.
Domain Authority: Similar to Page Authority, this metric is also based on a 100 point logarithmic scale with 100 being the highest however it measures the strength of an entire domain rather than a single page. .
MozRank: This is a score from 1 to 10 which measures the link popularity of a given URL (similar to Google’s PageRank), however MozRank is regarded by many as more accurate and up to date than Google’s own metric.
External Links: This is a Backlink count, which shows the amount of links pointing to the URL you are checking.
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