Page Metrics

  • Social votes are an extension to classic votes – in other words, links. This package includes the number of Facebook votes (likes, shares, and comments) and Google + 1 for a page. Google obviously includes social metrics in the rankings, but it is not… more »
  • The detailed evaluation of the social votes allows you an even more specific breakdown of social metrics. This package includes the number of Facebook likes, Facebook shares, and Facebook comments for a page. Metric Description FB!Likes The number of… more »
  • To help you quickly detect if certain URLs are blocked by robots.txt, we provide detailed robot.txt metrics for every source page. Metric Description Robots.txt Bots txt allows general bots for currents URL Robots.txt Googlebot txt allows Googlebot for… more »
  • Each domain name is dissolved into a unique IP address, under which the respective website is accessible. The IP address, in turn, has various classes (AAA.BBB.CCC.DDD). A high C-class popularity means that the website has backlinks that originated from… more »
  • You cannot find genuinely resonant content by only looking at the Buzz set of metrics. It’s Impact that brings out the most reliable content material. People interact, share and show interest in content with Impact. These are metrics that every marketer… more »
  • The LRT™ Trust metrics specify the probability of a page or of a domain with ranking authority in Google. Metric Description Trust Indicates the implicit trust of the page in the Google search results – works similar to the system of the Trust Rank… more »
  • Basic SEO Stats are the most important basic metrics. From the number of links to the page and domain, linking root domains (domain popularity), the theme of the page, the technical nature of a page, as well as the LRT Power™ and LRT Trust™ metrics, the… more »
  • Depending on the interpretation of META tags and Robots.txt, for different types of links and redirects, LRT displays different status icons next to each link in your reports. more »
  • Backlinks from universities and government agencies are generally trusted and help increase confidence in your domain. Metric Description DomPopEDU The number of linking .edu domains (American universities). DomPopGOV The number of linking .gov domains… more »
  • Alexa and SEMrush provide estimations about the traffic a domain receives. Since all of them have different ways to measure it's good to have them all. SEMRushRank is a rank similar to Alexa rank, while SEMRushPrice and SEMRushTraffic are indicators for… more »
  • The LRT Power™ and LRT Trust™ metrics help you evaluate the quality and trustworthiness of every incoming link and provides you additionally with the ability to assess the strength and trustworthiness of your links in LinkResearchTools. Power*Trust = 0… more »
  • The parameters of this package look at the links on a page and tell you how many links of each kind a page has. Metric Description MetaRobots Analyzes a site's robots-meta-tag and tells you, if a page uses one or a combination of the values… more »
  • KwDomain indicates the total number of ranking keywords for the whole domain, whereas KwPage evaluates the number of ranking keywords of the page (according to SEMRush). Both are indicators of the strength of a page or a domain. The KwDomain Metric… more »
  • For every page that can be crawled an HTTP code is returned and stored. This is only possible, if there are no network errors during crawling. LRT Smart In LRT Smart the column HTTP-Code is called "Source HTTP Code" and is enabled by default.… more »
  • For every page that cannot be crawled successfully, a network error code is stored. This is only possible, if there are no network errors during crawling. Source vs. Target Network Error A network error can occur on both ends of a link, the source… more »

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