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Backlink Research

Dive into a comprehensive analysis of your website's backlinks with our 'Backlink Research Tool'. Explore every backlink your domain has acquired, complete with detailed metrics such as the linking page, anchor text, domain and page authority scores, spam probability, and the targeted page on your site. This tool is essential for understanding your backlink profile and strategizing for enhanced SEO performance.


Our 'Backlink Analysis Suite' offers a detailed view of your website's backlink profile. Discover the sources, anchor texts, and authority scores of backlinks. This is essential for optimizing your backlink strategy and enhancing SEO.

All of Wope's research features are powered by highly advanced web crawling and Google SERP crawling technologies. 🕸️

Key Metrics

  • Domain: Identifies the domain that is linking to your target domain or webpage. It's a crucial metric for understanding the origin of your backlinks and evaluating the diversity and quality of your link profile.
  • Domain Authority (D.A.): Assesses the overall ranking strength of the referring domain. It is an essential metric for gauging the quality and SEO value of backlinks from that domain.
  • Source URL: Displays the exact URL of the page where the backlink to your site is located. Use this to examine the context of the backlink and assess its relevance and potential impact on your SEO.
  • Page Authority (P.A.): Reflects the authority of the referring page based on its own backlinks and ranking factors. A higher score indicates a more influential and reputable source.
  • Title: Shows the title of the referring page. This helps quickly identify the page's content and theme linking back to your site.
  • Anchor: Shows the anchor text used in the backlink. Anchor text analysis is vital for assessing link relevancy and potential impact on your keyword rankings.
  • Language: This field displays the language of the referring page, identified in ISO 639-1 format. It is useful for understanding the linguistic reach and audience of your backlinks.
  • Source Status: Indicates the HTTP status code of the referring page, such as 200, for successful retrieval. This is useful for identifying issues like page errors or unavailability.
  • Link ext: Counts the number of external links on the referring page. This metric helps understand the link distribution and potential value of the backlink.
  • Link int: This table tallies the internal links found on the referring page, providing insights into the site's internal linking structure and the relevance of the backlink context.
  • Source Spam Score: Evaluate the potential spam level of a backlink based on various factors. A higher score suggests a greater risk of the link being perceived as spammy by search engines.
  • Link rel: Indicates whether the backlink passes SEO value to your site ('dofollow') or not ('nofollow'). This is key for assessing the link's influence on your search rankings.
  • Type: Specifies the type of backlink, such as anchor, image, or redirect. This information is crucial for understanding each link's nature and potential impact.
  • Element: Identifies the HTML semantic element where the backlink is located, like 'article' or 'section'. This is useful for understanding the context and relevance of the backlink.
  • Target URL: Shows the specific URL on your domain that is being linked to. It is essential to track which pages on your site are attracting backlinks and helping you understand your most influential content.
  • Target Status: This shows the HTTP status code of the page your backlink points to. It's important to ensure the target pages are accessible and free of errors.
  • Target Spam Score: Evaluate the spam score of the page your backlink points to. A crucial metric for assessing the quality and trustworthiness of your linked content.
  • First Seen: Records the date and time when our crawler first discovered the backlink. This data is pivotal in tracking the evolution of your backlink profile.
  • Last Seen: This shows the most recent date and time when the backlink was observed by our crawler, allowing you to monitor the current status and persistence of your backlinks.
  • Change: This signal indicates whether a backlink was recently discovered or is no longer present. If "New," the backlink was found in the last crawl. If "Lost," it means that the backlink was removed from the source page in the last crawl.