Your Website Score Explained
ScoreA web score is calculated from all of the data on this page and represents a value of 0 to 100, 100 being the highest score possible.
Alexa RankAlexa Rank is a traffic score that gives a rough measure of a website’s overall popularity by analyzing the browsing behavior of your web viewers. The lower a Alexa Rank, the better.
Inbound LinksAn inbound link (or backlink) is a hyperlink on a third-party web page that links back to a page on your website.
Pages IndexedThis is the number of pages search engines are aware of through indexing (also knowing as crawling) the website.
Pages Indexed ForThese are the number of pages each search engine has indexed for your website.
Google PageRank ScoreThis is a Google PageRank score. Scores range from 0 to 10, 10 being the highest. This score reflects a website’s relativity.
Site MetricsSitemap shows whether or not Google has a XML sitemap indexed for your website.
Robots.txt Restrictions shows whether or not a “do not crawl” protocol was found on your website.
Page Errors are an indication of broken links throughout your website.
Unreachable Pages are the number of pages you have that result in a 404 error (appear to not be there).
Domain Age is how long you have owned your web address.
Domain Expiration shows when your web address expires.
KeywordsThis is a list of your meta keywords or keywords your website may currently be ranking for.
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