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DomainRank Score (aka “Score”) represents the relative popularity, authority, or influence of a domain relative to other domains. We derive this Score from how domains link to each other. The more different “source” domains link to a given “target” domain, the higher the target domain’s score. The higher the score of a source domain, the… Continue reading What Does DomainRank Score Represent?
DomainRank Score uses a logarithmic scale so that values are readable and manageable. (True raw scores look like this: 0.0000493836 and vary dramatically.) While logarithms make the scores much more readable, they make it so that doubling a Score isn’t the same as doubling the actual influence. A score increase of 5 represents a bit… Continue reading Comparing DomainRank Scores