(This is the transcript of our new video, so it may not read as well as a normal blog post would)
Hi, I’m Stacey, Content and PR Specialist at Koozai. And today I’m going to show you a really quick and easy way to check a website’s domain authority using this toolbar here at the top of the page. So domain authority is a ranking score between zero and 100 and it basically predicts the likelihood of a website ranking on search engine results pages. It should therefore be noted that sites with scores in the 90s include the BBC and Wikipedia. And the multi-million pound shopping street retailers are doing very well too, so Asos, Boohoo, and M&S scored between the mid-80s and early 90s. So it’s very important to be realistic with the goals of your domain authority. So depending on the size of your business, a good benchmark to aim for is between 30 and 60. So to get that toolbar on top the first thing you need to do is download the free SEO toolbar. by Moz. So just search for the Moz bar in Google and navigate to that url here. Once you’ve downloaded it, it should automatically appear here in your Chrome Extensions list. If not, just make sure it’s here so you can access it easily. You can then click on it, it will ask you to log in, then on every site you visit, you will receive this toolbar at the top here. So you can easily see here, in that blue bar at the top, what the domain authority is for that particular site you’re on. You can also see a site’s domain authority in Google’s SERPs, which is really handy. So whatever you are looking at, this little bar will appear here so you can see the domain authority of each site before you click. So it’s just a quick way to see the domain authority of a website. Thank you for watching.