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Domain Authority (DA) is a metric developed by Moz that predicts how well a website will rank on SERPs.
A content pipeline is a process of planning, creating, and distributing content regularly to engage your audience.
A website's SERP ranking refers to its position on search engine results pages (SERPs) for a given keyword.
A subscriber rate measures the number of people who subscribe to a particular service or mailing list.
Content downloads refer to the act of downloading digital content, such as e-books, whitepapers, etc.
Backlinks are links from one website to another. It is crucial for search engine optimization (SEO) and can improve your website's rank on Google.
Social sharing refers to the act of sharing content, such as articles, videos, or images, on social media platforms.
Monthly blog traffic is used to describe the number of people who visit their blog or website within a given month.