Domain Authority (DA) is a metric developed by Moz that measures the strength of a website's domain. It is based on a 100-point scale and considers a wide range of factors, including link profile, domain age, and credibility. Domain Authority scores can range from one to 100, with higher scores indicating a greater ability to rank well in search engine results.
A Domain Authority of 20 means that the website in question has an above-average ability to rank on SERPs.
A Domain Authority score of 40 indicates that the website has a good chance of ranking well for relevant search queries.
Our exceptionally talented in-house trained 70+ content writing team who are all well versed with the ghost blogging writing style.
Placements usually last indefinitely but we’ll guarantee them for at least 365 days from the time of placement for peace of mind. The majority will be around for many years.
You won’t be able to pre-approve however you can manage the live progress and see placements as we secure them from within your dashboard. The content is non promotional and written in a ghost blogging style so it would be unnecessary to pre approve.
A Domain Authority score of 10 indicates that a website has a moderate amount of authority and is likely to rank moderately well in SERPs.
A score of 30 means that the website is likely to have moderate success in ranking for relevant search queries.
A Domain Authority score of 50 is considered high above average, meaning a website is expected to have one of the best visibility in Google and other Search Engine results.
Content is created to fit perfectly on the blog owners website and we ensure it relates to your link. You’ll get a great natural looking relevent link.
Unlike others we get you real, editorial in-content links. Thats links and ‘mentions’ that exist naturally within the flow of the content along with a couple of other useful non competing links to further solidify the natural aspect of the content. No author boxes here.