What is Domain Authority?
It is an indicator created by MOZ that measures the authority, quality and credibility of a website's content. The rating range for this strategy is 1 to 100, with 100 being the highest.
This is a metric that helps us improve our page's search engine position. Having a high domain authority means gaining visibility for your website and increasing your position in Google.
How do DA and PA checkers work?
First of all, DA is not an official Google metric, so our friends at Google are not responsible for its operation or its impact.
And another thing, DA affects the entire domain of a website and not its pages; This is for PA, which will vary depending on the pages on your site
Domain authority is a ranking that estimates how well a web page will rank in Google search results on a scale of 1 to 100.
Moz calculates this ranking based on many factors that must not be disclosed. Of course, like Google rankings, the weight of backlinks is very important for the position of a domain.
It is similar to DA but applied to a specific page. It predicts how well a page will rank for a keyword in Google's SERPs and puts you in a competitive context. Like DA calculation, AP relies on a machine learning model that learns to refine its predictions from Google results.
There are many bulk DA checkers available online:
- Robin Gupta’s bulk domain authority checker
- Moz DA
- Moz Pennsylvania
- external links
- website volume
- The age of the domain
- The number of social cues.
- Quality and number of backlinks
- website speed
- Design your website
- quality image
- district attorney examiner
- public address tester
- MOZ range
- IP adress
- MOZ range
- MOZ Trust
- domain authority
- page authority
- TBL / QBL