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    What is Page Authority?

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    Please tell me what is page authority.

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    Page authority is a metric, developed by SEOMoz, to predict the ability for a specific page to rank in search engines. Page authority uses a 0 to 100 logarithmic scale. A high Page authority score means your page has the potential to rank well in search engine results.

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    Page Authority (PA) is a score developed by Moz that predicts how well a specific page will rank on search engine result pages (SERP). Page Authority scores range from one to 100, with higher scores corresponding to a greater ability to rank

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    Page authority is the measure of strength and popularity of your webpage in search engines. It is measured by Moz and your webpage is ranked between 0 to100 depending on the popularity and trust. PA can be improved by good content update and also by building backlinks from other relevant domains.
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    Page authority is an SEO term used to describe the probability that a specific page from your site will be found on a search engine.

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    Web page Power (PA) is a score developed by Moz that predicts how well a specific page will position on online search engine results (SERP). Web page Power ratings range from one to 100, with higher ratings corresponding to a greater ability to position.

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    Page Authority predicts the likelihood of a single page to rank well, regardless of its content. The higher the Page Authority, the greater the potential for that individual page to rank well in search results.

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    Page Authority is a proprietary metric calculated by SEOmoz to assess the likely ranking strength of a specific, single web page as measured by Google.

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    Hello Friends,

    Page Authority (PA) is a score developed by Moz that predicts how well a specific page will rank on search engine result pages (SERP).

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    Page authority is a number between 0 to 100, it tells how authority the website has on a specific keyword. The page authority of a website can be increased with on page and off page seo techniques.

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    Page Authority

    Page authority is a metric, developed by SEOMoz, to predict the ability for a specific page to rank in search engines. PA checker uses a machine learning model to identify the algorithm that shows the best correlation within SERPís rankings. Another factor that may influence PageRank is the domain upon which the article is hosted.

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    The domain authority of a website describes its relevance for a specific subject area or industry. This relevance has a direct impact on its ranking by search engines, trying to assess domain authority through automated analytic algorithms.

 

 

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