Tag: "Target Metrics"

  • 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 »
  • 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 »
  • The IP Addresses of webhosts are useful to identify various footprints. Keep in mind though, that the IP Address shown here is often the IP of a CDN, not the real webhost. Because of this the impact the hosting IP is often over-weighted nowadays. Metric… more »
  • Power and Trust metrics for source or target page more »
  • Power and Trust metrics for the domains and top-domains (root-domains) more »
  • Link Velocity Trends describe the trends of link growth, i.e. how fast or slow the link growth to a page or domain is in a given time span. The trend of link growth for a page or domain is an indicator for the interest expressed on the web for that page… 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 »

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