How to Check Your Domain Authority in Less Than 60 Seconds?
Domain authority (DA) is one of the many factors that Search Engine Optimization experts consider when formulating a website’s search engine ranking. DA, which Moz determines, measures how influential a website may be regarding its ability to rank for certain keywords and traffic generation.
Methods to Check DA
While it can be tempting to look up your site’s DA score on Moz or other third-party websites, there are several ways you can check your domain authority without leaving your Google Analytics dashboard – and all in less than 60 seconds!
1st Way: In Google Analytics, go to “Traffic Sources” > “Search Console.” If you have connected your GA and Google Search Console accounts correctly (which you should), then under the “Queries” tab, you’ll find a list of all the keywords people have used to reach your website from SERPS (search engine results pages).
Keep an eye out for any high-traffic keywords with low rankings – these are opportunities ripe for optimization! The Domain Authority column will tell you how well each keyword ranks compared with all other sites competing for organic traffic.
2nd Way: Another way to measure Domain Authority is by using the Contconcord.com Tool by simply visiting the link https://contconcord.com/domain-authority-checker and entering a maximum of 10 domains at once to check DA and PA.