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Domain Authority in SEO

by Creativefolk / March 29, 2016 5:41 AM PDT

Please explain what is meant by domain authority and how does it influence SEO page ranks?

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Domain Authority
by wdcbangalore / March 30, 2016 12:02 AM PDT

Domain Authority is Moz's calculated metric for how well a given domain is likely to rank in Google's search results

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Re: domain authority
by Kees_B Forum moderator / March 30, 2016 12:39 PM PDT

It's a third party calculated guess about what a search engine will think of your site. So it doesn't influence the page rank at all, because google and microsoft in their ranking algorithm don't use it.

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information About Domain Authority
by adroittechnosys / April 22, 2016 11:30 PM PDT

its not google tool. its third party tool by moz so not affect in your ranking but it indicates that what is your trusted score from user. if your domain authority score is good then user trust much on your domain. it's simple indicate user trust on domain. nothing much.

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Not matter DA (domain authority) for your website
by JohnTrumpus / April 29, 2016 11:11 PM PDT

This is third party tool, and if your website domain authority is low then that doesn't mean that your website popularity going down or there are less traffic on your website.
Be focus on your website and just to seo to improve your website ranking.

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Importance of DA in SEO
by Sanjib1234 / May 13, 2016 5:02 AM PDT

First of all I want to explain that domain authority is a number that moz toolbar gives depending on the sites overall authority add value.

If your site get backlinks from high DA sites it will increase your ranking, So that is a HUGE advantage of DA in SEO.

Another thing if your site has a good DA then its most likely that other sites with high DA will link to you. Hopefully you can understand what I am trying to say.

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Domain Authority- A Website's Score Earned Through Good SEO
by VeronicaSmith / July 8, 2016 5:26 AM PDT

It's a tool developed by Moz that measures score (0-100) for a website to predict that how it'll rank on search engines. The criteria behind this measurement that influence SEO ranks is MozRank, number of total links, MozTrust and linking root domains.
To get better domain authority, one should focus on building high quality backlinks (from high DA websites).

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Clear & Easy DA Explained
by BryanWalters / August 10, 2016 5:20 AM PDT

DA is Domain Authority, which is invented by Moz SEO tools. So, DA (Domain Authority) is nothing but the value of your domain for search engines and the value of your domain is decided on different metrics. Like how good content your website has and how many good referral links your website has and how active/ or socially engaged your website is and many more. After calculating all the terms and their predefined values a tool gives some weightage to that domain and that weightage or value called as Domain Authority for Moz and Domain Rank for ahrefs.

So they call that thing with different names but the logic behind it is same. In past, google also used calculate website values in such way and it was called as PR (Page Rank) that time. They recently announced that we not updated the toobar which provides PR stats of website for users.

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Domain Authority
by Bonoboz / August 16, 2016 5:28 AM PDT

Domain authority is an important SEO metrics. It measures the competitive power with which a domain name pulls its competitors down in the search engine result. The metric is developed by Moz and its calculation is entirely determined by the Moz based on various ranking factors.

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Answer for Domain Authority in SEO
by Creativefolk / August 16, 2016 5:32 AM PDT

Thank U Guys for clarifying the doubt, i just know few things on domain authority but your information has given the latest details of it with clarity.

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Greetings
by BryanWalters / August 31, 2016 4:31 AM PDT

No problem at all.

We are glad to help.

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Re: Domain Authority in SEO
by lisa19ryan / September 7, 2016 2:27 AM PDT

Domain Authority is a parameter designed by Moz. It is a metric where the value is calculated for a domain with 1 being the lowest and 100 being the highest. Higher the domain authority, greater the credibility of the website. Having backlinks from websites with high DA values increases your website's chances of improving DA. Again, if you have a high DA, there is an increased possibility of other websites trying to get backlinks from yours. So, DA has a good amount of value from an SEO perspective.

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