Free tool for determining a website's "authority" based on the quality and quantity of its external backlinks.
Domain Authority is a search engine ranking score that indicates how successful a site is in search engine results. It was developed by the software development firm Moz and provides an overview of potential search engine performance.
Scores of 40 to 50 are considered average.
Domain Authority between 50 and 60 is considered good.
Domain Authority is considered excellent if it has a score of more than 60.
A low domain authority score will typically range between 0 and 20. Anywhere between 20-30 is good, and anywhere between 30-50 is excellent. Once your score is in the 50-60 range, it is very strong, and once you've surpassed that and are in the 60-100 range, you have an excellent domain authority score.
Higher domain authority scores are typically associated with higher search engine rankings, demonstrating how domain authority can influence SEO results. A website with a DA of 92, for example, will most likely have its website pages rank higher than a website with a DA of 65.
The time it takes to increase your Domain Authority is determined by a variety of factors, including the number and quality of links you are able to obtain. In general, focusing on building high-quality links will result in a noticeable increase in your DA score within 6-12 months.
Over 40 factors are used to calculate Domain Authority, including the number of backlinks you have, the quality and relevance of your backlinks, the quality of your content, social signals, SEO performance, and root domains. Websites with a large number of high-quality backlinks, such as Wikipedia, have higher domain authority.
What is a good PA score?
A high Page Authority is one that is close to 100. While it is simple to raise a score from 20 to 30, it is much more difficult to raise a PA from 70 to 80.
A backlink is created when one website links to another using anchor text. Any article that links to another source or website is an example of a backlink. Examples of website backlinks can be found all over the internet, particularly on popular blog sites that link back to relevant content.