Domain Authority Checker Tool
Loganix’ bulk Moz Domain Authority checker will gather DA and other metrics that will determine the page or domain’s strength and it’s ability to rank your site with it’s links. Discover the DA, DR, TF, and other important metrics by entering multiple URLs from different, or the same, domain(s).
How to use the FREE Domain Authority Checker Tool
Follow these 4 simple steps to run a bulk domain authority check with our free tool:
Step 1 – Get URLs to check
Gather up the websites or webpages you want to pull DA (+ other metrics for).
Step 2 – Paste into tool
Drop your URLs into our tool. You can check metrics for up to 10 URLs at a time.
Step 3 – Add email + look up DA
Just add your email so you can access our dashboard where the tool lives.
Step 4 – Check domain authority
That’s it. Now you can confirm you are not a robot (unless you are) and see the domain authority of your URLs.
Once you are in the Loganix dashboard, you can hit Lookup More Domains to… well, lookup more domain metrics:
Does this tool only show DA?
No! This tool pulls a couple of useful SEO metrics for each URL:
- Moz DA and PA
- Ahrefs DR and UR as well as Backlinks and Referring Domains
- Majestic TF, CF, Ratio and TTF
- Google Traffic and Keywords
- IP, Host and Country
Why Use This Domain Authority Checker?
Checking the domain authority of a website allows you to quickly assess its quality and determine a website’s ability to rank.
Use the Loganix free bulk DA checker SEO tool to:
- Check a website’s DA (for your own sites or clients) when you’re building links.
- Quickly see the authority of your competitors in the search engine results pages (SERPs).
- Predict the impact of additional backlinks pointing to your site.
- Assess potential link opportunities.
DA, DR, TF... WTF are all these SEO metrics? 🤯
Domain Metrics Explained
So what is domain authority? When it comes to working out the authority of a domain, there are a few different domain metrics you can use. Just keep in mind that these are third party metrics and nothing to do with Google search. They exist to give you some indication of quality.
They all have one thing in common: they attempt to measure the “trust” factor of a domain.
Let’s take a quick look at the 3 mains domain authority scores:
Domain Authority (DA) by Moz
Domain Authority (DA) is a score developed by Moz that predicts how likely a website is to rank. Moz DA ranges from one to 100, with higher scores equalling a better domain (aka a better chance of ranking highly).
It is calculated by evaluating multiple factors like linking root domains and the number of backlinks, into a single DA score.
Domain Rating (DR) by Ahrefs
Domain Rating is a proprietary metric developed by Ahrefs to show the strength of a website’s total backlink profile (for size and quality). DR is measured on a logarithmic scale from 0 to 100, with the 100 being the strongest.
It is calculated by looking at how many unique domains a website links to and then running through some math (and coding magic) to calculate Domain Rating scores.
Trust Flow (TF) By Majestic
Trust Flow is a domain authority metric developed by Majestic. It predicts how trustworthy a page is, based on how trustworthy sites tend to link to other trustworthy domains.
Trust Flow is calculated using a (secret) set of quality websites that set a baseline to cross-reference against.
How To Use This Data to Improve Your Domain Authority
To improve a website’s domain authority, you need to improve factors like the number of (quality + relevant) referring domains, content quality, site speed, domain age etc.
Want a heads start? Try these two tried and tested methods for improve your authority:
Build better backlinks
Links from other websites are a key SEO ranking factor. Backlinks from other domains are like votes: the more (relevant) backlinks a website has, the higher that site’s authority generally is. To improve your domain authority, get high-quality backlinks from authoritative sites in your niche, or let us do the link building for you.
Create good content
It’s easier to get links to your site if you are publishing useful content. Not only do search engines like content, but those articles can attract links themselves. To improve your domain authority, create useful and high-quality content your audience actually wants to read or let us create great content for you.
Frequently Asked Questions
Is this tool free to use?
YES. Once you have provided a valid email address so you can access the dashboard with your metrics, the website authority checker is free to use 😊
What is a good domain authority?
The algorithm for calculating this score was developed by Moz, and it ranges from 1 (the worst) to 100 (the best). Domain Authority between 40-50 is considered average; 50-60 good; 60+ is considered VERY good (aka authority sites).
Why is domain authority important?
Domain authority is one of the quickest ways for assessing SEO strength of a domain. Domains with higher Domain Authority scores are typically more likely to rank better in organic search results. Higher DA sites generally perform better than lower DA sites, and because of this there is a direct correlation between high domain authority scores and their ranking potential.
How do I find my domain authority?
Use this domain authority checker 😉
What is the difference between Domain Authority and Page Authority?
Domain Authority is a measure of the strength of an entire domain or subdomain. Whereas Page Authority is a measure of just one page rather than the entire domain.
What is a good domain rating?
Like a lot of things in SEO and digital marketing… it depends. If all your competitors have DR scores of 40 – 50, a good Domain Rating for your site could be 55 – 60. This is enough to lift your site above the competition and increase your chances of ranking higher in search results.
What is TF and CF in SEO?
TF stands for “Trust Flow.” This number reflects the quality of websites linking to a site, measuring its credibility and reliability as well as how likely it is that other sites will link with them in future. CF stands for “Citation Flow” and measures the amount of “link juice” or incoming traffic a page has from external pages containing links back to itself by taking into account both TF (trust flow) metric’s importance weighting factor which varies between 10% – 50%.
How do you increase trust flow?
There’s no secret sauce here, just good ol’ consististent SEO work. To increase TF, build authoritative backlinks, guest post on high-quality sites, internal links and continually audit your links to make sure they remain relevant.