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Domain Authority vs.Page Authority

Domain Authority vs.Page Authority

Submitted by • July 9, 2020

Domain Authority (DA) is an online ranking score created by Moz.

It reveals how well a site will perform on web index result pages.

The authority score ranges from 1 to 100, with higher scores comparing to a more prominent capacity to rank.
The Domain Authority is ascertained by assessing linking root domains, a number of aggregate links, MozTrust, MozRank, and so forth —

into a single Domain Authority score.

This score can be used while finding out the rank of the website over a period of time and also to compare the website after a certain interval of time.

The tools like Open Site Explorer, MozBar, the SERP Analysis segment of Keyword Explorer,

and many other SEO tools over the web can be used to find out the website’s Domain Authority.

These tools are reliable and will help you to understand the SEO process better.

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