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They have 20-30% better DA, PA than me, according to Moz.DA and PA are Moz-proprietary metrics that really have little to do with how Google looks at sites.
In general, Google News aims to promote original journalism, as well as to expose users to diverse perspectives. There are no human editors selecting stories or deciding which ones deserve top placement. Ranking in Google News is determined based on a number of factors, including:
- freshness of content
- diversity of content
- rich textual content
- originality of content
In addition to these guidelines, there are some technical factors that could affect the ranking of your site in Google News. These factors include other relevant sites linking to your site and descriptive and accurate <title> and <alt> tags in your articles' code....
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[edited by: Robert_Charlton at 12:41 am (utc) on Jan 10, 2018]
[edit reason] Delinked Google Product Links so they can be copied. [/edit]
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when everything fails on fresh content on Google, this is where FB and other social media sites comes into picture..
how did you get the Verge and Gizmodo to cite and link to your articles?
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[edited by: Robert_Charlton at 12:07 pm (utc) on Jul 25, 2018]
[edit reason] Moved post to this discussion [/edit]
google had human raters who will randomly every day review a website and determine if they look nice to viewers or not or credible and they punish you by not letting you in the top storiesBroaster... This is not how Google uses human raters in regular organic search, and I'm suspecting it may not be how Google uses human raters in News, but I'm not sure about that.