LRT Online Manual Metric GroupsLink Velocity and Link Velocity Trends

Link Velocity and Link Velocity Trends

LVT, LV4m, LV6m, LV12m, LV24m – metrics to evaluate the link growth from source domains.

LVT LVT is a trend indicator that measures changes in link growth over time.
This value is displayed in “%” and compares the LV4m value with the LV24m value. There are positive and negative link growth trends, depending on whether a website gains links or loses links.  This unique metric allows you to identify linking domains that are out-of-favor on the web. A negative LVT often hints at penalized or dropped domains, often used in artificial link networks like PBNs.
LV4m Change in the number of referring domains past 4 months in absolute numbers.
E.g. 42 new, linking domains in the past 4 months.
LV6m Change in the number of referring domains past 6 months in absolute numbers.
E.g. 42 new, linking domains in the past half year.
LV12m Change in the number of referring domains past 12 months in absolute numbers.
E.g. 42 new, linking domains in the past year.
LV24m Change in the number of referring domains past 24 months in absolute numbers.
E.g. 42 new, linking domains in the past two years.