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Your Ranking Results provide an aggregate of all the data collected about your site and are grouped into some of the following metrics - 

Visibility Score. This is the websites visibility on all search engines for all keywords. To calculate the visibility score, we first assign a number of points to each of the first 30 positions, as follows: 

Position 1 = 30 points 
Position 2 = 29 points... Position 30 = 1 point 
Positions below 30 have 0 points. 

The visibility score is the sum of the points given to an URL by each search engine. The visibility percentage is given by the sum of visibility scores from all the search engines divided by the maximum number of points that the search engines can provide. 

Example: 3 search engines give 3x30=90 points. If you have a URL that has the following positions: 

Search engine 1: Position 1 = 30 points 
Search engine 2: Position 10 = 21 points
Search engine 3: Position 32 = 0 points 
The visibility score is 51 points. The visibility percentage is 51/90 = 0.5666 = 56.66% which approximates to 57%.
    
Visibility Percent. The visibility percent is the visibility score divided by the number of total points. The total number of points depends on the number of search engines in the project (no. of search engines multiplied by 30). 

First Place. This criteria shows the number of first place rankings for the selected website on all search engines and keywords. 

In Top 3. This criteria shows the number of top 3 rankings the selected website has on all search engines and keywords. 

In Top 5. This criteria shows the number of top 5 rankings the selected website has on all search engines and keywords. 

In Top 10. This criteria shows the number of top 10 rankings the selected website has on all search engines and keywords. 

In Top 20. This criteria shows the number of top 20 rankings the selected website has on all search engines and keywords. 

In Top 30. This criteria shows the number of top 30 rankings the selected website has on all search engines and keywords. 

Domain Authority. This is a metric calculated by SEOmoz that reflects the selected domain's authority.

Domain mozRank. This is a metric calculated by SEOmoz that reflects the selected domain's rank.

Domain mozTrust. This is a metric calculated by SEOmoz that reflects for the selected domain its online trust.

Total Links. This is the total number of external links of the selected website.

External Followed Links. This is the number of the external followed links pointing to the selected website.

Linking Root Domains. This is the number of unique linking domains to the selected website.

Visits
. This is the total number of visits the selected website received from all sources.

New Visits. This is the number of new visits the selected website recorded from all sources.

Page Views. This is the total number of page views the selected website recorded.

Bounce Rate. This is the bounce rate of the selected website.

Avg. Time on Site. This is the average time spent on site by the selected website's visitors.

Goals. This is the number of website visitors that have completed the goal.

Trends. You are able to add to your graphic the trend of a metric over time. You can see trends for: Visits, New Visits, Page Views, Bounce Rate, Avg. Time on Site and Goals.

Average Site Rank. The average site rank is the site rank divided by the number of search engines in your project, multiplied by the number of keywords. 

Ranking. This criteria shows the ranking position the selected website has for a specific keyword and search engine. 

Revenue. The Revenue metric displays the total revenue calculated in your Google Analytics Ecommerce component, per the UTM:T field value denoted. The Google Analytics UTM, is the tracking code installed on a web page for the purpose of collecting Customer Data. It is used to track individual marketing campaigns, via the different values you assign them. 

Facebook Shares
. This metric shows you the number of visitors on your website that shared on Facebook the specific webpage added to your project.

Tweets. This metric displays the number of visitors that twitted the specific webpage added to your project.

Google +1's. This metric represents the number of users that +1'd the specific webpage you are tracking in your AWR project.

Followers. This metric shows you the total number of followers associated with your Twitter profile.

Mentions. The Mentions metric shows you the number of times your profile appears in other people' s mentions on Twitter.

Retweets. This metric displays the number of retweets you received over the specific period of time.

Lists. The Lists metric displays the total number of lists your Twitter account is added to.

Facebook Likes. This metric is related to the specific fan pages that you are monitoring in the current project. It displays the number of Likes your Facebook page has gathered over a period of time.