Want to join our world class development team? Well, we are now looking for a Java developer. The role will be based in our Birmingham headquarters in the UK. To find out more about the role, terms and conditions, and what we’re looking for, visit our Majestic Careers web page now.
We are also offering a bounty of one year’s free silver subscription should someone be able to recommend the successful candidate. Simply ask the person applying to note your name and email address at interview, (as the introducer), and we’ll take it from there. Please note agencies need not apply, any CV’s sent by agents will be treated as generous gifts. Any position offered will be subject to the applicant demonstrating proof of right to work in the UK. Closing date for applications is Sunday 7th September 2014.
Everyone uses Majestic slightly differently. Different users require different tools, different data and have different priorities. By changing your settings, you can customise your account personal to you, making Majestic even easier to use in your day to day.
The Settings can be found when you hover over your account name.
The… Continue reading
I have a bit of spare time at a busy conference at share 14 – so I thought I would stop in on this session, involving Bing, Facebook and Twitter amongst the speakers. Since I am here, it seems rude not to share their secrets!
Duane is Bing’s search evangelist. He started… Continue reading
Who are the Most Influential Data Scientists on Twitter?
In this post, we will attempt to analyse whether the number of followers on Twitter is representative of how much influence a data scientist has on the subject. We will use the list provided by BigData-MadeSimple to conduct a study to itemize the rankings and see if there is any, if at all, relationship between the number of followers… Continue reading
In this study conducted by Sysomos, the most active users of Twitter were classified according to the profiles based on the number of tweets. While analysing the top 25 profiles in the article, based on the highest average number of tweets per day, we discovered that many profiles simply had too few backlinks to be of a high quality, indicating that using activity alone does not… Continue reading