Last Updated on May 3, 2020 by BrodNeil
Every website out there is assigned a domain authority, which is a score that reflects your website’s authority in your industry. Domain authority is different from page authority, because while page authority reflects the importance of just a singular page, domain authority includes the entire domain. You can find out your website’s domain authority by going to a website called Moz. Once you’re on the site, you will be asked to enter your website’s URL, and the system will automatically detect your domain authority score.
- Work on both your off page and on page SEO as they can help you increase your search rankings and grow your domain.
- Increase your sites speed by compressing images, trimming your programming code and enabling browser caching.
- Apply good site navigation so that your site is both functional and easy to work around. Make sure that search engines know what pages are on your site as well.
“Domain authority refers to a score that indicates the authority of your website and predicts how well the site will rank on search engine result pages.”