CheiRank shows the strength of a page in terms of outbound links. Thus, it can be seen as a counterpart to the SPS that reflects incoming links. Pages with a high CheiRank are also called Hub-Pages, they distribute link power well. The term "hub" means that the hub sites and pages can be understood as corresponding to the internal sites of the website. They have a lot of topic-relevant inbound links, so they, in turn, become relevant to search engines. It is important that the hub pages get high-quality, trustworthy backlinks. Furthermore, they usually also contain many outbound links to related pages.
Site Experience can be used to determine the appropriate CheiRank. All crawled URLs are analyzed here for the CheiRank. This value can appear in every table in the Site Experience. It can range from 0 to 10, where 0 is the worst possible and 10 is the best possible value.