Here, the individual areas are explained, which you can find in the right menu under Backlinks:
Backlink Checker Overview
In the Backlinks Overview you will find all important data:
Backlink Profile Overview
- Number of all found backlinks
- Number of domains with backlinks
- Number of IPs with backlinks
- Number of Class C subnets
New / Lost Backlinks - results of the last weekly scan:
- Number of new backlinks
- Number of new domains with backlinks
- Lost backlinks
- Lost domains
- Ratio of follow and no-follow links
- TLD Distribution
- Top Anchor Texts
- Top Links
To display backlinks for a new domain, click on the current domain and enter a new URL in the popup that opens under Add Domain. After that it will search for backlinks of the entered domain, this can take 20-30 minutes. You can always return to the page to see the results.
In this menu you will find all backlinks found so far which are still valid.
In the displayed table you can search for source and target pages and filter and sort by link type.
The source page from which a link leads to your page is displayed.
The text snippet with the embedded link.
The target URL on your page.
The link type: Follow or Nofollow.
Export the backlinks to Excel
New and Lost Backlinks
You will find 2 tabs here. One with new backlinks and one with lost backlinks found during the last weekly scan.
Tab new backlinks
All backlinks found during the last weekly scan are displayed here.
In addition to the columns already described, there is an additional column here that shows whether the link comes from a new domain or a domain already known from previous scans.
Tab lost backlinks
All backlinks that could not be found or temporarily not found during the last weekly scan are displayed here.
Besides the already described columns, here is an additional column with the reason why the link was not found. These can be temporary reasons, e.g. because the page could not be reached at the moment, or permanent ones, such as a deleted page or removed link.