what is CF In seo?

TF stands for “Trust Flow.” This number reflects the quality of the websites linking to the site, measuring the “trustworthiness” of a page. CF stands for “Citation Flow.” It reflects the amount of “link juice” that a site has and is able to pass onto another site through links.

Consider the analogy proposed at the beginning of this article. A scientist may be deemed an expert if other scientists cite and refer to their work. However, while there may be many scientists referring to this work, they themselves may not be credible scientists. This is where trust flow steps in. In this analogy, trust flow will take a look at the trustworthiness and influence of the sources citing the original scientist, and if the original scientist deserves the credit and accolades they are claiming she does.

Let’s take this to the SEO level: your site may show a high citation flow, indicating that your site is being linked to by a large number of other domains. This may seem great at first, however, the majority of the sites turn out to be robot sites, spammers, random and little-known blogs, and more. Ultimately, this does little to show that your site is an authority and deserves to be ranked, and is indicative of a high citation flow and low trust flow.

A high citation flow and high trust flow means that your site is frequently being linked to by other high-authority sites such as Forbes, Washington Post, Reuters, etc. This combination of flow metrics highlights that your site (or a page on your site) is trustworthy and the people citing it are experts.

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