What is Domain Authority?
Domain Authority is a score out of 100 that predicts how well a website can rank in search engine result pages (SERPs). It is often used to measure the ranking strength of entire domains.
The metric is developed by Moz, calculated based on the backlink profile of a website and how likely it will appear in Google SERPs. A site with higher Domain Authority will have better organic visibility on the SERPs.
What is a good Domain Authority?
It shouldn't be viewed as an absolute score, so there is no "good" or "bad" score. It's best to use it as a relative term. If your site's Domain Authority is higher than / or similar to other comparable sites, then its Domain Authority is good.
Where to find Domain Authority?
1. You can get a site's Domain Authority at Ranking Research.