Below you can see the explanation of metrics used in backlinks settings and backlinks filter and column:
Backlinks Discovery - Toggle off to disable backlinks discovery for your website.
Ignore Domains - Insert domains to ignore the ones you wouldn't like to get backlinks from.
Backlinks pre-filter - Set a filter to filter out your spam backlinks before they appear in your account.
Referring Domains - Indicates the number of domains that have backlinks pointing to your specific website.
Referring IPs - Indicates the number of IP addresses that host domains containing backlinks pointing to your specific website.
Referring Subnets - Indicates the number of subnets (smaller segments of an IP network) containing backlinks pointing to your specific website.
We determine the quality of a backlink through its URL Rating metric:
High - More than 50
Medium - Between 20 and 50
Low - Between 2 and 20
Suspicious - Lower than 2
Domain - A referring domain where your backlinks are coming from.
URL Rating - URL Rating measures the strength of a target URL's backlink profile.
IP - The IP address where your backlinks are coming from.
Page Title - A page title where your backlinks are coming from.
Last Visited - The day when your backlinks are last visited.
Link Type - Indicates if your backlinks are redirect, RSS, or href links.
Image Alt - If your backlink is an image, it shows the image alt text of it.
Redirect - Indicates whether your backlinks are redirect links.
Anchor - The anchor text used by other websites linking to your website.
Rel - Indicates follow/nofollow links.
Source - Shows if your backlinks are added by our Auto-Discovery feature or manually by yourself.
Landing Page - The URL on your website where your backlinks will land on to.
First Seen - Indicates when a specific backlink was first seen via our crawl.
Status - Indicates if your backlinks are OK, dead, not present, or a nofollow.