Different type of metrics in domain name

Ever wondered exactly what all  the metrics in Domain Comparison report suggest? Here’s  a explanation that is quick. 🙂

Domain Rating

Domain Rating shows  how strong a backlink profile of the target site is for  a scale from 1 to 100 ( because of  the latter being the best). Inbound links from  sites with greater DR carry  more “weight”.


The sum stocks, feedback and responses associated with target domain on Facebook.


The sheer number of stocks of the target domain on Pinterest.

Referring Domain Names

Reveals the number that is total of internet sites connecting to  a target domain.

    .gov domains – wide range  of “referring .gov domains”

    .edu domains – amount  of “referring .edu domain names”

    .com domains – wide range  of “referring .com domains”

    .net domains – Number  of “referring .net domain names”

    .org domains – Number  of “referring .org domain names”

Ref IPs

Amount of “referring IP details” pointing to the target domain.


Range “subnets” that are pointing towards the target domain. A subnetwork or subnet is  a subdivision that is logical of IP community.

Referring pages

Shows the number that is total of pages connecting up to  a target domain.


Shows the number that is total of pointing up to  a target domain

Crawled Pages

The amount of pages on  a target domain that Ahrefs crawler has actually saved and visited to Ahrefs’ list.


Quantity  of “text links” through the entire target domain. This is inner or outside links.


Reveals the  amount of backlinks that don’t have the “nofollow” feature applied. Dofollow back links are generally thought  to pass “weight” and assist a target domain to rank much better in organic search engine results.


Quantity  of “nofollow  links” throughout the mark domain.


Amount  of “redirect  links” for  the target domain.


Quantity  of “image  links” throughout the target domain. This could be interior or external backlinks. Wide range  of “form elements” that  are found  in the foundation signal of the target domain. Form elements include different types  of feedback elements, like text fields, checkboxes, radio buttons, send buttons, and  more.


Number  of “.gov links” which  are pointing to the target domain.


Number of “.edu links” being pointing to the target domain.