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most important? - DA or PA or TF or Cf

Discussion in 'Domain Names & Parking' started by what44, Jun 15, 2016.

  1. what44

    what44 Regular Member

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    buying domains for my first pbn.

    i prob wrong but is DA a more important factor as its domain auth ie strength of domain, PA i can build up?

    im finding alot of domains with good strong DA 24/27 but always weak PA

    is all depentant on the sum of all ie: DA AND PA AND TF AND CF
     
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    Take Action Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    Before checking on the DA and other metrics, check out the backlink profile of the domain. Make sure it is non-spammy and clean.
     
  3. what44

    what44 Regular Member

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    doing that... uisng seo spoyglass to check backlinks
     
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    virtualbyron Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    All these metrics can be faked easily, TF is the more difficult to fake, so look only the number of links to the root domain and the ratio TF/CF but you must do a manual check for avoid any bad surprise
     
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    im manually checking all domains with arefs, moz, and seospyglass

     
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    dondada7 Power Member

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    I filter a list of domains through majestic bulk checker to get tf10+ rd15+ then manually check each domain in ahrefs.

    So id say majestic metrics are more reliable.