Use this tool to check the page authority of any web page. This tool helps you check the authority of your web page, enter your web page URL you want to check in the box below, click on the "Check Page Authority!" button to submit. This valuable tool allows you to check multiple elements for up to 20 web pages at a time. Simply enter the exact web pages (not top-level domain!) that you wish to analyze. The results will display individual Page Authority as well as the Domain Authority. You’ll also find out the number of Linking Roots Domains in addition to the total number of Links pointing to each page. Finally, the simple Status section will let you know if there are any issues with the Page Authority.
Page Authority is a score or points given to a website out of a 100 point scale. This feature was developed by SeoMoz to predict how well a particular page will rank on Google. The results are provided by combining dozens of factors such as link counts, MozTrust, MozRank, etc., and the scores may fluctuate from time to time. The more high value or authority of a web page is, the better rankings it will achieve in search engines. Page authority refers to the likelihood of a specific web page ranking in search results, or the authority of an individual page. Like a site’s overall domain authority score, PA is measured from 1-100, with higher scores meaning pages are more likely to rank higher in search engine results. Also, similar to DA, PA is determined by a variety of page SEO metrics that help Moz’s machine-learning algorithms to compare the page to thousands of other search results to produce a moz rank. It must be noted that when determining PA, Moz does not take on-page SEO elements such as keyword use or content optimizations into account.
Using Our Domain Authority Checker you can check 100 URLs at once. You can Sort Results by clicking on the Values. This tool is 100% free you can check unlimited web pages daily. After you finished checking you can download the report and use it whenever you want.
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