Ever wondered what each of the metrics in Domain Comparison report mean?
Here's a quick explanation :)
Domain Rating shows how strong a backlink profile of a target website is on a scale from 1 to 100 (with the latter being the strongest). Backlinks from sites with higher DR carry more "weight". Learn more.
Shows the total number of individual websites linking to a target domain.
- .gov domains - Number of "referring .gov domains"
- .edu domains - Number of "referring .edu domains"
- .com domains - Number of "referring .com domains"
- .net domains - Number of "referring .net domains"
- .org domains - Number of "referring .org domains"
Number of "referring IP addresses" pointing to the target domain.
Number of "subnets" that are pointing to the target domain. A subnetwork or subnet is a logical subdivision of an IP network.
Shows the total number of unique pages linking to a target domain.
Shows the total number of backlinks pointing to a target domain.
The number of pages on a target domain that Ahrefs crawler has visited and saved to Ahrefs' index.
This is amount of links pointing to your target with the <a href=""> HTML tag . This includes links using an image as an anchor and links with an empty anchor.
Shows the number of backlinks that don't have the "nofollow" attribute applied. Dofollow links are commonly considered to pass "weight" and help a target domain to rank better in organic search results.
Number of "nofollow links" throughout the target domain.
Number of "redirect links" throughout the target domain.
Number of "image links" throughout the target domain. This can be internal or external links.
Number of "form elements" that are used in the source code of the target domain (<form action="">). Form elements include different types of input elements, like text fields, checkboxes, radio buttons, submit buttons, and more.
Number of ".gov links" that are pointing to the target domain.
Number of ".edu links" that are pointing to the target domain.