If that is what you want, you can enter urls in an alternative way.
You can setup an alternative fact for "related web links" and paste the url in the description. Maybe even a title description, then url.
You can then devise a custom report that will present pretty much the "report" you say you want.
I don't see the value of such a report you are suggesting or making a custom fact for web links; but there are lots of things in FTM that don't appeal to me that appeal to others and vice versa. So, I won't argue with your making this request.
I would be more interested in a "reverse" list of what you propose, ie the web page followed by the people who use that web page. If the web page is used as part of a source citation, that will be automatically seen in the bottom middle pane of the Sources Workspace; so, again, I wouldn't see much benefit. Different strokes for different folks.