Archive for the ‘Commentary’ Category

10 Facts You Didn’t Know About MajesticSEO

By Newsroom February 14, 2013

Recently we ran a survey and were overwhelmed with the response. A big thank you to everyone who participated! Did you know that majority of our clients rated us a whopping 8/10 overall?

We can assure you that we are using the information to better ourselves. After all, sky is the limit. However, we have noticed that a number of you made suggestions as to what sort of improvements… Continue reading

Posted In: Commentary, Training

New Forum Support

By Dixon Jones February 13, 2013

Webmasterworld

We have always prided ourselves in our fast and responsive support for our customers. Indeed – when you get a support query answered by a guy called Alex… that’s the same Alex that wrote all the original code and was made European Search Personality of the year. Sometimes… Continue reading

Posted In: Commentary

MajesticSEO Nominated for New Technology of the Year

By Newsroom January 28, 2013

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The Digital Analytics Association aims to recognise and award those individuals along with groups who have made a significant contribution to the industry as a whole. The Association emerged from the Web Analytics Association (WAA) and is on its third year running. To celebrate the hard work and initiative of Digital Marketing professionals, the award ceremony will… Continue reading

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It’s all the Rave

By Dixon Jones January 7, 2013

Just before Christmas, Majestic launched their Chrome Extension. Looking at the first 21 reviews in English, the vast majority liked it and it seems that the rest did not have subscriptions with Majestic. Have you tried it yet? If you are enjoying it, please rate it and help tell other web business users.

We are looking at the suggestions and if you wish to give feedback privately you… Continue reading

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Using Majestic to evaluate a data source

By Dixon Jones October 31, 2012

Today we caught our lead developer using Majestic to assess whether a snippet of library code was worth considering.

Bet you didn’t think to use Majestic for that did you?

The Situation

We were looking at an “Upload your CSV” routine, where a user can bulk check a list of URLs to look at our Flow Metrics, link counts and other data. It was all going swimmingly until marketing… Continue reading

Posted In: Commentary, Research