Page Authority Boosting

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What is Page Authority?

Page Authority is Moz's calculated metric for how well a given webpage is likely to rank in Google.com's search results. It is based off data from the Mozscape web index and includes link counts, MozRank, MozTrust, and dozens of other factors. It uses a machine learning model to predictively find an algorithm that best correlates with rankings across the thousands of search results that we predict against.

How is Page Authority Scored?

We score Page Authority on a 100-point, logarithmic scale. Thus, it's easier to grow your score from 20 to 30 than it would be to grow from 70 to 80. Moz constantly updates the algorithm used to calculate Page Authority, so you may see your score fluctuate from time to time.

Technical Definition of Page Authority

Page Authority is Moz's calculated metric for how well a given webpage is likely to rank in Google.com's search results. It is based off of the Mozscape web index and includes link counts, mozRank, mozTrust, and dozens more. It uses a machine learning model to predicatively find an algorithm that best correlates with rankings across thousands of search results that we predict against.

It's best to use Page Authority (PA) and Domain Authority (DA) as comparative metrics when doing research in the search results and determining which sites/pages may have more powerful/important link profiles than another. While more specific metrics like mozRank can answer questions of raw link popularity and link counts can show the raw quantities of pages/sites linking, the authority numbers are high level metrics that attempt to answer the question "How strong are this page's/site's links in terms of helping them rank for queries in Google.com?"

What is Page Authority Boosting?

See Domain Authority Stacking Instead.

Also see the complete website called www.DomainAuthorityStacking.com

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