Command status: Active
Supported by OpenApps API: Yes - With modifications - Limited data returned
Supported by Internal/Reseller API: Yes
Possibly queued processing: No

This function returns information on existing subscriptions with current resource usage values provided.

Parameter Description


Required: must be set to: GetSubscriptionInfo


Optional - defaults to historic
Either: "fresh" - to query against fresh index, or "historic" - to query against historic index.

Sample API request:

Successful XML returned by this function:

This produces the following JSON:

Below you can see explanation of the key columns in Subscriptions table.

Column Description


Resource units that are used to lookup backlinks counts for URLs, subdomains and root domains.

Used by GetIndexItemInfo function.


Resource units used in analysis of backlinks.

Used by functions such as AnalyseIndexItem.


Resource units used when backlinks are retrieved (returned).

Used by functions such as AnalyseIndexItem.


Number of standard reports that can be created in our web front end OR (for API requests) number of time GetTopBackLinks function can be called.


Maximum number of backlinks that can be returned by GetTopBackLinks function.


Maximum number of Analysis Units used to analyse each item with GetTopBackLinks function.


Maximum number of Analysis Units used to analyse each item with GetTopBackLinks function.

Table IndexInfo provides useful information about the backlink index itself.

Column Description


Internal name of the index


Date when index was build (merged) - this is not to be confused with the most recent backlink date in the index which in all cases will be ealier than index build date. This date can be used to detect if index has been updated, but it is recommended to take MostRecentBackLinkDate date into account as well.


64-bit number of unique crawled pages in this index


64-bit number of unique indexed URLs (this includes number of unique crawled pages)


Date indicating when the most recent backlink was found in this index, format: YYYY-MM-DD.

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