Backlinks tab displays New (1) and Lost (2) backlinks received or, respectively, lost by the researched domain/URL in the last 90 days:
The charts provide visual stats on new/lost backlinks for a specific date range:
Below you'll find a report section for New Backlinks:
and Lost Backlinks:
To view all backlinks, click on Show all backlinks.
Source (1) — a page that is linking to the researched domain/URL.
Serpstat Page Rank (SPR) (2) — 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 pages linking to it. Links are not measured with equal weight, so a strong link will have a relatively stronger influence on domain/URL.
Serpstat Trust Rank (STR) (3) — 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.
Outgoing (Pages) (4) — the number of pages linked to by the analyzed page.
Outgoing (Domains) (5) — 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).
Internal Links (6) — the number of internal pages linked to by the analyzed page.
Language (7) — the language of the page content.
Link Type (8) — follow or nofollow link, i.e. a link that passes link juice or doesn't.
Target (9) — page that received the backlink.
First Indexed (10) — the first time the link was seen
Last Seen (10) — the last time the link was seen
Lost (10) — the date when we recrawled the referring page and noticed that the link wasn't there any more.
You can set the number of backlinks per referring domain to get a list of those domains that frequently, or vice versa, randomly link to your domain.
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