Due to the introduction of new measures like domain authority, trust flow, and citation flow as New Search Engine Algorithms, Google Page Rank has now almost lost its popularity. In order to increase their blog’s rating and exposure on search engines, the majority of SEO followers have recently started using the Domain Authority, TF, and CF algorithms rather than Google’s Page Rank method. These two metrics currently rule the SEO market. How well your blog will fare in Google search results is predicted by domain authority. In our last piece, we spoke about what domain authority is, how to check it, and how to improve it. In this article, let’s take a quick look at the trust flow and citation flow algorithms.

Flow Measures

A business called Majestic created and unveiled this new Search Engine metric in 2012. Google ranks and gives importance for a blog to obtain higher rankings on its search engine by using the flow metrics algorithm. This flow metric’s effectiveness is based on the caliber and reliability of the links pointing to your blog. In a logarithmic scale between 0 and 100, flow analytics show the flow of all links to your blog. Your blog’s signal strength will be less if your Flow number is lower; conversely, if it is higher, your blog’s signal strength will be stronger. As a result of its daily system upgrades and system crawls, it accurately depicts the flow of links.

What is Flow of Citations?

Citation Flow will always be higher for the majority of blogs, which reflects the popularity of a blog. Only a small number of links will be placed in the Trust Flow since low quality links will be counted as Citation Flow. Your blog’s rankings will undoubtedly suffer if it receives more Trust Flow links than Citation Flow links. So, in order to grow it evenly, we must constantly monitor Citation Flow.

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Describe Trust Flow

It is determined by how many high-quality, reliable, and trustworthy external backlinks are pointing to your blog. Nowadays, building trustworthy connections is significantly more difficult because there are so few high authority sites that offer trustworthy links. As a result, Citation Flow will always be higher than Trust Flow. It won’t harm your blog, but we should focus on creating both links simultaneously. Your blog will rank higher and draw in more traffic if a lot of high authority, trustworthy links point to it. Since trust flow and blog traffic are closely related, we should prioritize it over citation flow.

SEO Team – Trust Flow

How are TF and CF Checked?

On the Majestic SEO website, you can view your blog’s Trust flow and Citation flow rankings. Simply type the URL of your domain in the search bar. It will quickly produce results for your domain and identify the link flow.

The Majestic website displays CF and TF ranks as well as the number of external backlinks your domain has and some other backlink information.

Guidelines to Boost Citation and Trust Flow

  1. In order to do this, you should generate backlinks manually and avoid using any paid SEO services, as the majority of backlink building services fall short of their promises. Thus, it can lower our blog’s rankings.
  2. Create a link on a low-authority website if you create one backlink on a highly ranked website. Always use this strategy. It will produce better outcomes.
  3. Try to create High Authority backlinks through guest posts; these links will remain on your blog forever. because high authority websites have the right to remove hyperlinks from profiles and comments at any time. It will make your blog’s traffic and ranking unstable.
  4. Obtain backlinks from numerous social media sites to help Google see your blog as a reliable resource. because Google places a lot of trust in the majority of social media platforms. It will provide Google a good signal and raise the Trust Flow ranking.
  5. Often On the Majestic website, look at your Trust and Citation Flow rankings as well as the advancements of your blog ranks.

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