Once you create a project in SEO SpyGlass, the Summary module under Backlink Profile will show the summarized statistical data based on all links for the current website, except for the disavowed and lost ones. The preferred statistical source can be changed at the top right corner of the report.
If you have gathered the links from your Google accounts, added some manually, verified backlinks presence in real-time - set the preferred statistical source to Project to reflect all changes and show the current stats.
Apart from the stats for the current number of backlinks, linking domains and unique IPs, the Summary module includes Live Backlinks/Linking Domains progress graphs reflecting the backlink profile growth over time (the visualized period can be changed from 1 month to 3 years), and Historic Backlinks report.
Tip: each and every section in Summary has a tooltip showing a brief explanation of the stats displayed, on-hover.
New/Lost Backlinks/Domains History allows you to see the number of the backlinks and linking domains gained or lost over a certain period of time in the past, and spot any drastic changes to your backlink profile.
You can move the mouse over the graph to see the details and the corresponding dates on the other graphs.
Below the graphs, you can find the top 3 New/Lost backlinks and linking domains over the past 30 days.
Click View All to jump right to the corresponding section of the Historical Data module.
The InLink Rank widget presents the distribution of backlink pages and linking domains by InLink Rank (the alternative to Google's PageRank that determines link importance / popularity based on the number and quality of the page's and domain's inlinks).
The following sections provide the stats on the distribution of backlinks in the current project across top-level domains and countries and indicate the number of domains linking from the homepage.
The bottom sections of the Summary show the stats on the anchor texts used across the backlink profile, as well as linked pages ratio.
At the very bottom, you'll find an Anchor Texts Cloud (the most prominent words/phrases in the cloud are the most frequently used ones).
The Summary is being automatically updated if you rebuild the project, switch statistical source or apply any changes to the project (when Project Data is set as the source).