How To Keep The Domain Authority (DA) Of Previous Citations Without Confusing Google With Different NAP Data Of A New Citation?

By April

In episode 237 of our weekly Hump Day Hangouts, one viewer asked how to keep the domain authority (DA) of previous citations without confusing Google with different NAP data of a new citation.

The exact question was:

Hi guys thanks for your time. If I register a domain and when I go to do the citations see that it already has citations from the previous owner. What is quickest way to keep the DA and build new citations without confusing google with different NAP data?

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Is Page Rank As Important As Domain Authority?

By April

In episode 192 of Semantic Mastery's weekly Hump Day Hangouts, one participant asked if page rank is as important as domain authority.

The exact question was:

Can you define Page Rank and is it important as Domain Authority

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Can You Spread Authority To Multiple Root Domains From One Authority Domain Via Subdomain Redirects?

By April

 

In episode 191 of our weekly Hump Day Hangouts, one participant asked if it’s possible to spread authority to multiple root domains from one authority domain via subdomain redirects.

The exact question was:

From the Facebook group: Looking for insights on an idea – I wanted to test this but asking is … more efficient πŸ˜€ Is the following possible?:

– I have site.com, and site.com has authority (high DA/DR)

– I have subdomain on site.com: subdomain1.site.com. Subdomain carries authority from site.com

– Can I create a redirect from subdomain1.site.com to secondsite.com, while site.com stays live, and then secondsite.com gets authority from subdomain1.site.com. So both secondsite.com and site.com have authority?

In other words is it possible to spread authority to multiple root domains from one authority domain via subdomain redirects..? I'm doubting this works but also read some things that indicates it might work.

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Will The DA And TF Of An Aged Expired Domain Increase If A Better Aged Expired Domain Is Permanently Redirected To It?

By April

In episode 173 of our weekly Hump Day Hangouts, one viewer asked if the DA and TF of an aged expired domain increase if a better aged expired domain is permanently redirected to it.

The exact question was:

If I buy an aged expired domain with decently high DA and TF numbers to use for a local lead gen site, and I buy another similar expired aged domain, just a little bit older, and use it for a permanent 301 redirect to the first domain, will the first domain increase its DA and TF metrics to match the sum of the two, or at least be increased somewhat, and if so, by approximately how much?

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Is There A Loss Of Domain Authority With NoFollow Links?

By April

In episode 142 of Semantic Mastery's weekly Hump Day Hangouts, one participant asked if there would be domain authority problems with ““nofollow”” links.

The exact question was:

I find your concept and your course of contentkingpin very interesting.
But I have a question!

It is clear that with “”NoFollow”” Links, there is no problem with the Linkjuice.
But, as i know, it is also a fact that Domainauthority is also influenced by NoFollowLinks.
So is there a loss of DA with co-citation?

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How To Raise The Domain Authority Of A Website?

By April

In episode 140 of our weekly Hump Day Hangouts, one viewer asked how to raise the domain authority of a website.

The exact question was:

I've been using SERPspace, IFTTT ring, content marketing heavily to improve a new website's search profile. Such that as of today, it's Domain authoriity is only a 3, and its page authority is 19. I recall on previous Semantic Mastery training, this could be a problem. I dont see in my notes a recommendation how you recommend to raise Domain Authority. What would you suggest today?

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