Below you can see the explanation of metrics used in backlinks settings and backlinks filter and column:


1. Backlinks Settings

Backlinks Discovery

Toggle off to disable backlinks discovery for your website.

Ignore Domains

Insert domains to ignore the ones you wouldn't like to get backlinks from.

Backlinks pre-filter

Set a filter to filter out your spam backlinks before they appear in your account.


2. Backlink Diversity


Referring Domains

Indicates the number of domains that have backlinks pointing to your specific website.

Referring IPs

Indicates the number of IP addresses host domains containing backlinks pointing to your specific website.

Referring Subnets

Indicates the number of subnets (smaller segments of an IP network) containing backlinks pointing to your specific website.


3. Backlink Quality


We determine the quality of a backlink through its URL Rating metric:

High

More than 50

Medium

Between 20 and 50

Low

Between 2 and 20

Suspicious

Lower than 2


4. Backlinks Columns


Domain

A referring domain where your backlinks are coming from.

URL Rating

URL Rating measures the strength of a target URL's backlink profile.

IP

The IP address where your backlinks are coming from.

Page Title

A page title where your backlinks are coming from.

Last Visited

The day when your backlinks are last visited.

Link Type

Indicates if your backlinks are redirects, RSS, or href links.

Image Alt

If your backlink is an image, it shows the image alt text of it.

Redirect

Indicates whether your backlinks are redirects.

Anchor

The anchor text used by other websites linking to your website.

Rel

Indicates follow/nofollow links.

Source

Shows if your backlinks are added by our Auto-Discovery feature or manually by yourself.

Landing Page

The URL on your website where your backlinks will land on to.

First Seen

Indicates when a specific backlink was first seen via our crawl.

Status

Indicates if your backlinks are OK, dead, not present, or a nofollow.

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