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MOZ or MAJESTIC? whats your vote?

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  1. pofwah12

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    hi
    i wanted to know that when we buy a new domain then should we go for good MOZ metrics of MAJESTC metrics?
    please vote and tell their pros and cons :)
    thanks guys!
     
  2. Mikey24

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    Both are useful.
     
  3. pofwah12

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    how can both be useful? One of them has to be the winner...
     
  4. domainingin

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    there isn't any good metric as all are easy to manipulate. If there is a metric to rely a little on, it's the Majestic CF/TF ratio.

    One will never ever be able to avoid a hand check for backlinks, history and anchors.

    Cheers
    Dan
     
  5. pofwah12

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    what is the CF/TF for a good expired web 2.0 blog as i have searched and collected a lot of expired blogs and starting to think about making PBNs with them.
    which one should i choose? having CF/TF of how much>??
     
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    mexela Registered Member

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    the be honest, I didn't heard about MAJESTC , but I heard so many times about MOZ
     
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    I check both metrics You cant use one metric to determine link and domain quality.
     
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    MOZ i would say
     
  9. oscilay

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    Manual checking is the way to go. Of course, you can use moz/majestic/ahrefs/etc to get an idea but don't make up your decision based on this.
     
  10. domainingin

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    Majestic CF/TF ratio < 1.8

    http://blog.majestic.com/research/the-ratio-of-majestic-seos-citation-to-trust-flow-as-an-indicator-of-profile-quality/

    Hope it helps?
    Dan
     
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    Onizukafr Regular Member

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    No matter, one or other, but always check the backlinks with ahrefs to see the quality of the backlinks and avoid spam bl.
     
  12. Aty

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    Get Majestic and a 120 day trial from moz.... Rinse and repeat... ;)
     
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    keywordspot Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    Currently, TF & CF very important metrics. So, I suggest "MajesticSEO".