is google bias toward high Domains having DA?

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Why google ranks those websites having high DA and popular, even I use keywords that do not have in their sites. My content is more concise & relevant to that keywords, but Google search do not give value of my site. Why? I am a beginner in blogging field. My domain DA is 7. I am dying to see when my audiences click my website, read articles, and post few comments.
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  • Profile picture of the author MikeFriedman
    Originally Posted by techiedude View Post

    Why google ranks those websites having high DA and popular, even I use keywords that do not have in their sites. My content is more concise & relevant to that keywords, but Google search do not give value of my site. Why? I am a beginner in blogging field. My domain DA is 7. I am dying to see when my audiences click my website, read articles, and post few comments.
    DA is not a ranking factor.

    Google ranks web pages primarily based on two things: content and the quality of links pointing to a page. Links are the #1 factor. If you don't have very good links, you likely are not going to rank.
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    The OP posted 10 days ago that the site was new and had '2' articles....pulling up the site now, there's nothing there except a blank site.

    Google doesn't like sites with no content....
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  • Profile picture of the author biggerboots
    Google doesn't use Moz metrics, despite all their brown nosing. Weird huh ?
    There could be a ton of reasons why your competitors are out-ranking you. What kind of phrases are you targeting? Maybe its too broad. You could try targeting long-tails first - theres so many of them and most are much easier to rank for.
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