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Moz PA/DA question

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by schleprock, Nov 27, 2017.

  1. schleprock

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    High DA is good. High PA is good.

    Is PA of 40 from a web 2.0 as good as PA of 40 from a self hosted blog. (both have niche relevant content)

    If I have some Web 2.0s with PA in the 30s. Is it worth it to me to build more backlinks to push them to a PA of 35-40.
    Is there an significant increase in link value from web 2.0s with PA of 35 over a web 2.0 with PA 30?
    I guess I am asking:
    Should I spend my Tier 2 link building money on creating more Web 2.0s with decent PA values of 30, or should I drive the PA of my existing web 2.0s higher.

    Additional:

    Should my Tier 2 links mostly point to the index page of my Tier 1 Web 2.0s or should they go to internal pages as well.

    Thanks for considering this question
     
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  2. Nargil

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    Both PA and DA are completely irrelevant metrics, as everything from Moz. Don't focus on these whatsoever please. Do yourself a favor. If you want something effective, focus on RD and amount of d0follow links. Trust Flow or Ahrefs metrics as well if you have to.
     
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  3. schleprock

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    If RD means root domains, than all my web 2.0s come from whatever sites are in RankerX (or AFM). Which means there are not that many different roots (there is a lot of different sub-domains).