Bulk URL Analyzer
PR: Google PageRank of the page. It is a way of measuring the importance of a page. Warning: The last PageRank update dates from 2013, which means that this metric has become somewhat irrelevant.
Age: Age of the domain. How many years ago was the domain last registered?
Alx: Alexa Rank of the site. The lower the number, the more traffic the site receives. For example, a site with an Alexa Rank of 1,000 is the 1,000th most visited site in the world.
TIPG: Total number of pages indexed in Google.
Social: Total number of social signals, including Facebook Likes & Shares, Twitter Shares, Google+ +1's, Delicious Votes, Pinterest Repins, etc.
MR: MozRank of the domain. A score on a 1 to 10 scale that illustrates a link popularity score. It is used to gauge the importance of any given page on the Internet.
MR SD: MozRank of the subdomain (with www.).
DA: Domain Authority. It indicates how likely a domain is to rank based on how authoritative search engines consider it to be based on its link profile.
PA: Page Authority. It indicates how likely a page is to rank based on how authoritative search engines consider it to be because of which sites link to it.
Ext: Number of external links on the site according to Moz. External links are links that point at external domains.
TL: Total number of links according to Moz. All links to this page including internal, external, follow and nofollow links.
CF: Citation Flow. Score between 0 and 100 which helps to measure the link equity or "power" the site or link carries. Citation flow is used in conjunction with "Trust Flow".
TF: Trust Flow. Score based on quality, on a scale between 0 and 100. Majestic collated many trusted seed sites based on a manual review of the Web. Sites closely linked to a trusted seed site can see higher scores, whereas sites that may have some questionable links would see a much lower score.
BKL: Number of backlinks according to Majestic. This includes all type of links but not mentions.
RSB: Referring C-subnets. The C-subnet count is useful, as it is possible for the same class C-subnet to be used by one, or associated organizations. For larger sites, counting the unique linking relationships across C-subnets can also be useful.
GOV: Number of external backlinks from government sites (including .mil and regional versions) according to Majestic.
EDU: Number of external backlinks from educational sites (including .ac versions and regional .edu.xx TLDs) according to Majestic.
RefIps: Number of referring IPs. A referring IP refers to an IP address which hosts at least one site that contains a link to the given target URL or domain. Many sites can be hosted on one IP address.
Edu exact: Number of external backlinks from educational sites excluding regional variations (.edu TLDs only) according to Majestic.
Edu RefDomains: Number of referring .edu domains (including .ac versions and regional .edu.xx TLDs) according to Majestic.
Edu RefDomains exact: Same as above but excluding regional variations (.edu TLDs only).
Gov exact: Number of external backlinks from government sites excluding regional variations (.gov/.mil TLDs only) according to Majestic.
Gov RefDomains: Number of referring .gov domains (including .mil and regional versions) according to Majestic.
Gov RefDomains exact: Same as above but excluding regional variations (.gov/.mil TLDs only).
Dmoz.org: DMOZ listing. Is the site listed in DMOZ? (Yes/No)