The NAICS Browser provides industry classification information for domains, if known. You can use this tool to search using NAICS codes or title keywords, navigate the NAICS category tree, and view the top domains in any category. Free access is provided to the top 20 domains in each category. Additional Data Profound Networks can provide… Continue reading NAICS Browser
The My Bookmarks report provides a place to view the reports you want to refer back to. You can add/edit descriptions to bookmarks. You can also delete bookmarks when you no longer need them. Bookmarks can be created from any report by clicking on the bookmark icon in the upper right. Reports that have already… Continue reading My Bookmarks Report
The My Domains report provides a list of your recently-viewed domains and the count of domains relative to your quota. You can visit any domain by clicking on it, and you can remove domains from the list after 24 hours to make room within your quota.
The Influencer History report provides insight into the sources of a domain’s Score and DomainRank over time. The table lists the top backlinking domains each month, showing their link influence that month for each month that a link existed. (The absence of a value means a backlink did not exist that month.) See also: Definitions,… Continue reading Influencer History Report
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DomainRank Score (aka “Score”) represents the relative popularity, authority, or influence of a domain relative to other domains. We derive this Score from how domains link to each other. The more different “source” domains link to a given “target” domain, the higher the target domain’s score. The higher the score of a source domain, the… Continue reading What Does DomainRank Score Represent?
DomainRank Score uses a logarithmic scale so that values are readable and manageable. (True raw scores look like this: 0.0000493836 and vary dramatically.) While logarithms make the scores much more readable, they make it so that doubling a Score isn’t the same as doubling the actual influence. A score increase of 5 represents a bit… Continue reading Comparing DomainRank Scores
The Outbound Domains report lists the destination domains of outbound links. The example below shows that both delta.com and britishairways.com link out to facebook.com (which has a Score of 100) and other social media sites. See also: Definitions
The Backlink By Score report lists the top backlinked domains in order of their Score. This order reflects the total popularity, authority, or influence of those domains. The example below shows that both ford.com and gm.com have backlinks from google.com, and that google.com has the highest Score of any backlinked domain. It also shows that… Continue reading Backlink By Score Report
The Backlink By Influence report lists the top backlinked domains in order of their Link Influence. This order reflects the actual impact of the links from each backlinked domain. The example below shows that a backlink from linkedin.com has the most influence on the Score of pepsico.com and that linkedin.com does not link to coca-cola.com.… Continue reading Backlink By Influence Report