Backlink Dashboard is the place where your backlink research journey starts. Enter a domain you’d like to research (or a URL, if you want to research backlinks of a specific page) into the search bar on Serpstat and click on Search.
Referring Domains (1) — total number of domains linking to the analyzed domain or URL;
Referring Pages (2) — total number of pages referring to the analyzed domain or URL;
Total Indexed (3) —
Linked Domains (4) — the number of domains linked to by the analyzed page (if you analyze a domain, the Linked Domains number will show how many domains your main page is linking to).
Linked Pages (5) — the number of pages linked to by the analyzed page.
Internal Links (6) — the number of internal pages linked to by the analyzed page.
Referring IPs (7) — the number of unique referring IPs;
Referring Subnets (8) — the number of subnets the unique IPs
Domain Zone (9) — the number of backlinks received from .edu and .gov domain zones. Backlinks from these domains are regarded by the search engines as most trustworthy and authoritative.
Serpstat Page Rank (SPR) (10) — a score on a scale from 0 to 100 which measures the domain/URL authority. Serpstat Page Rank predicts how influential a domain/URL might be based on the number of
Serpstat Trust Rank (STR) (11) — a score on a scale from 0 to 100 which measures the domain/URL trust based on how trustworthy domains/URLs are linking to the domain/URL in question. A link coming directly from a trustworthy domain boosts the domain / URL trust score and consequently rankings, while toxic links damage rankings and the trust level.
Referring Pages - the chart shows the backlink number
New & lost backlinks — the chart shows the new and lost backlink trend over the last 120 days.
New referring domains — the chart shows the referring domains trend over the last 120 days.
Anchors — the most common anchors in the researched domain's/URL's backlinks. To get the full list, click on See all anchors.