Google Page Rank or Domain Authority !
Which one you think is better and Why, Google Page Rank or Domain authority ?
I think page rank is a more accurate measurement of the "value" of any given webpage. PR calculates value based on a more complex, and therefore more nuanced, set of criteria than does domain authority. After all, a domain can be 10 years old, have a bunch of links pointing to it, and still be SPAMMY crap.
Both PR and DA is important to get advertiser. But for SEO, you need high quality content along with offpage optimization.
You know, Domain authority is based on three factors: Age, Popularity, and Size.
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