Things you should know about Domain Authority

Domain authority is a domain score index that measures how much trust and respects a website has in the eyes of Google.


Moz, an SEO company, calculates domain authority based on the number and quality of links to a site from other websites. Domain authority can be seen as a proxy for how likely one page will rank higher in search engine results than another.

Domain authority is a metric that measures how well a website is performing.
Domain authority is calculated by Moz, which takes into account the following factors:

  • The age of the domain
  • The number of external links to the domain
  • The number of backlinks from other domains
  • The total number of indexed pages on the domain

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