Higher domain than competitors lower in page rank

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Hi all,
I wouldnt mind some advice, we change the website about a year ago and we had a very strong domain and Moz figures still show this. However, I still loosing out to other lower domains in the page ranking. The pages have been worked on for the keywords, urls etc and yet they still are above us. the main keywords we have been working on are: lime mortar, lime render and lime plaster (limetec.co.uk) if you could point me in the right direction for our site or articles to improve it, it would be greatly appreciated.
Thank you.
JayKay192
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  • Profile picture of the author expmrb
    Try to build links to your keyword pages and moz DA & rankings will come around.
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  • Profile picture of the author jamesbrands
    Originally Posted by jaykay192 View Post

    Hi all,
    I wouldnt mind some advice, we change the website about a year ago and we had a very strong domain and Moz figures still show this. However, I still loosing out to other lower domains in the page ranking. The pages have been worked on for the keywords, urls etc and yet they still are above us. the main keywords we have been working on are: lime mortar, lime render and lime plaster (limetec.co.uk) if you could point me in the right direction for our site or articles to improve it, it would be greatly appreciated.
    Thank you.
    JayKay192
    Search engines don't use Moz metrics when ranking web pages.

    There could be a number of reasons your competitors are ranking above you. The most likely and obvious will be they have stronger links pointing to their sites than you.
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    • Profile picture of the author jaykay192
      I understand that Moz doesn't have a 100% understand the ranking of search engines, but it does give a perspective on what other are doing. I've been building links recently, high domain, but what would be the lead time of moving on up, as they say?
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      • Profile picture of the author jamesbrands
        Originally Posted by jaykay192 View Post

        I understand that Moz doesn't have a 100% understand the ranking of search engines, but it does give a perspective on what other are doing. I've been building links recently, high domain, but what would be the lead time of moving on up, as they say?
        Impossible to say.

        All that can be said is if you are building strong relevant links - keep doing what you are doing.
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        • Profile picture of the author jaykay192
          Originally Posted by jamesbrands View Post

          Impossible to say.

          All that can be said is if you are building strong relevant links - keep doing what you are doing.
          Hi guys, thanks for the quick response. I'll keep up with the link building exercise. Anyone tried the black hat seo links?
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          • Profile picture of the author yukon
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            Originally Posted by jaykay192 View Post

            I'll keep up with the link building exercise. Anyone tried the black hat seo links?
            Lmao, all calm and casual...
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  • Profile picture of the author cbpayne
    As DA is not a metric used by the search engines, so it can not and does not influence the rankings.
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