December 7, 2014
What is a good Mozrank?
I started paying attention to things like pagerank and mozrank in late 2010, after I activated my main blog in mid-2010. The thing just came to my notice: it was difficult to avoid it.
It looks like pagerank is now dead.
So that leaves Mozrank.
I've had mozrank in the upper 4s for some time, and now in the low 5s. Not sure what this means: good/ bad/ how good/ how bad.
So here's a compilation of info from the internet.
We calculate this score on a logarithmic scale between 0 and 10. Thus, it's much easier to improve from a MozRank of 3 to 4 than it is to improve from 8 to 9. An "average" MozRank of what most people think of as a normal page on the Internet is around 3. [Source: Mozrank]
Its scale ranges from 0.00 (no value) to 9.99 (highest value). However, a measurement of 3 is considerably average score of a normal page on the internet. The mR score can easily progress from 3 to 4 in comparison with the score from 8 to 9. The mR measures both internal and external link juice, where the latter targets the links located on a separate domain. This is a significant metric for predicting search engine rankings. [Source]
MozRank is a Popularity Score of Any Website which is Updated Regularly and Given Number from 0 to 10. Websites Having 0 M.R. are Least Popular and 10 M.R. are Most Popular. But Generally Average M.R. 3 is Considered Good for Every Site. [Source]
With just a bit of effort, you can move up from a 2 or 3 to a 4 or 5 (any higher than 5 will likely require a heck of a lot of work on your part). [Source]
Newer websites tend to have a mozRank from 0 to 3, average websites tend to have a mozRank from 3 to 5, and websites that are popular or have engaged in an active link building campaign tend to have a mozRank of 5+. Here are a few examples of some sites you might know and their mozRank:
CNN.com has a mozRank of 7.41
Facebook.com has a mozRank of 8.38
Google.com has a mozRank of 8.81 [Source]