Ranking Options

AutoRank Pro offers a total of ten ranking options for you to choose from. Here we will describe each one, and let you know which template value corresponds to each ranking option. You will use the Edit Options interface to select which ranking method to use. Any time you change that ranking option, you need to change your template value as well so you are displaying the value which the sites are sorted by.

This will rank sites based on the number of hits they have sent since the list was last reset. Use the ##Weighted_In## value in your template when sorting by Hits In Since Last Reset. This value is set back to 0 during a resets but not during a total reset. The ##Weighted_In## template value is the hit count with the weight applied.

This will rank sites based on the number of hits that have been sent to their site since the last reset. Use the ##Weighted_Out## value in your template when sorting by Hits Out. This value is set back to 0 during all resets but not during a total reset. The ##Weighted_Out## template value is the hit count with the weight applied.

This will rank sites based on the total number of hits they have sent you since the last total hit count reset. Use the ##Weighted_Total_In## value in your template when sorting by Total Hits In. This value is only reset back to 0 during a total reset.

This will rank sites based on the total number of hits you have sent to their site since the last total hit count reset. Use the ##Weighted_Total_Out## value in your template when sorting by Total Hits In. This value is only reset back to 0 during a total reset.

This will rank sites based on the average number of hits they send each day. The script will take the total number of hits the site has sent since the last total hit count reset, and divide that by the number of days their account has existed or the number of days since the last total hit count reset (whichever is shorter). When sorting by this value, use ##In_Per_Day## in your template. This value is only reset back to 0 during a total reset.

This will rank sites based on the average number of hits they send each week. The script will take the total number of hits the site has sent since the last total hit count reset, and divide that by the number of weeks their account has existed or the number of weeks since the last total hit count reset (whichever is shorter). When sorting by this value, use ##In_Per_Week## in your template. This value is only reset back to 0 during a total reset.

This will rank sites based on the average number of hits they send each month. The script will take the total number of hits the site has sent since the last total hit count reset, and divide that by the number of months their account has existed or the number of months since the last total hit count reset (whichever is shorter). When sorting by this value, use ##In_Per_Month## in your template. This value is only reset back to 0 during a total reset.

This will rank sites based on the average number of hits sent to them each day. The script will take the total number of hits you have sent the site since the last total hit count reset, and divide that by the number of days their account has existed or the number of months since the last total hit count reset (whichever is shorter). When sorting by this value, use ##Out_Per_Day## in your template. This value is only reset back to 0 during a total reset.

This will rank sites based on the average number of hits sent to them each week. The script will take the total number of hits you have sent the site since the last total hit count reset, and divide that by the number of weeks their account has existed or the number of weeks since the last total hit count reset (whichever is shorter). When sorting by this value, use ##Out_Per_Week## in your template. This value is only reset back to 0 during a total reset.

This will rank sites based on the average number of hits sent to them each month. The script will take the total number of hits you have sent the site since the last total hit count reset, and divide that by the number of months their account has existed or the number of months since the last total hit count reset (whichever is shorter). When sorting by this value, use ##Out_Per_Month## in your template. This value is only reset back to 0 during a total reset.