Hi there, Been a lurker for some time. Now I've got a real question that I cannot seem to find the answer for. I've read a lot about Domain Trust and Citation Flow metrics. Use Moz, Majestic, Hrefs and so on (not an expert by a long shot). Perhaps someone smart can point me in the right direction or give me some insights in how this actually works.. Example: Domain 1: Trustflow: 50, Citation flow: 40, referring domains: 80 (ranking number 2 organic) Domain 2: Trustflow: 30, Citation flow: 41, referring domains: 120 (ranking number 1 organic) In the real life scenario Domain 2 ranks organic number 1 . My main issue with these numbers is that when looking at the Trustflow and and Citation flow my logic (don't know if it's correct, prob not) i'm guessing that the focus for domain 1 should be on getting links from websites with a high trustflow. A higher trustflow means you need less domains to rank high. Another view would be to look at these number and take a guess that domain 1 should get links from high Citation flow pages to outrank domain 2. The reason i'm confused is that Domain 1 has been ranking number 1 for 5 years in a row. (without any major linkbuilding/changes). To give you an example. The domain 1 has mostly links from citation and trust flow +15. and the domain 2 has the majority from a lower citation flow. I am aware that on-page seo might be something to look into. In this case above I would say that quantity goes over quality? Or should I read the stats above like: your citation flow is less so your page ranks lower.. It's that simple? What would you guys focus on besides doing the obvious copying of the domain 2 backlinks? Any helps / insights would be appreciated. Carel.