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    Why does Ahrefs show a different domain authority score than Moz?

    Why does Ahrefs show a different domain authority score than Moz?

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    Some people call this "domain authority," which is not to be confused with the Domain Authority (DA) metric from Moz. When we talk about domain authority, we're talking about a general SEO concept that's synonymous with "website authority".

    Where as Ahrefs have a website authority metric of our own called Domain Rating. It runs on a scale from zero to a hundred. The higher a website's Domain Rating (DR), the stronger and more authoritative it is.

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    Both tools work on different methods. And ahrefs have dr (Domain Rating) system, not DA. But google dont count both the score.

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    Hi Friend,
    Because Ahrefs calculates it in a different way.

    Domain Rating is a proprietary Ahrefs’ metric that shows the strength of a target website’s total backlink profile (in terms of its size and quality). DR is measured on a logarithmic scale from 0 to 100, with the latter being the strongest.

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    For example, ahrefs.com has a Domain Rating of 88. Moz.com has a Domain Rating of 91. That's because it has more backlinks from websites with strong link profiles, which leads to a higher "authority" score (as measured by Ahrefs). TIP.

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    For example, ahrefs.com has a Domain Rating of 88. Moz.com has a Domain Rating of 91. That's because it has more backlinks from websites with strong link profiles, which leads to a higher "authority" score (as measured by Ahrefs). TIP.

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    Domain authority between 40 and 50 is considered average, between 50 and 60 is considered good and over 60 is considered excellent. So how exactly does Moz determine your Domain Authority score

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    Domain Authority is calculated by evaluating multiple factors, including linking root domains and the number of total links, into a single DA score. This score can then be used when comparing websites or tracking the "ranking strength" of a website over time.

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    Domain authority between 40 and 50 is considered average, between 50 and 60 is considered good and over 60 is considered excellent. So how exactly does Moz determine your Domain Authority score?

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    Both tools work on different methods. And ahrefs have dr (Domain Rating) system, not DA. But google dont count both the score.

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