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Unnatural Links and Flow Metrics presentation

By Dixon Jones May 29, 2012

Here is my presentation from Sascon and Posnan (I have the Posnan version as it is much more in depth).

The presentation shows you how to use Majestic’s tools to analys Unnatural Link problem and Flow Metrics. It also talks about our own campaign and how we  went about bringing Flow Metrics to market.

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Win a 2-day pass to Search Marketing Day, Poznan, Poland!

By Newsroom May 10, 2012

Majestic SEO have teamed up with SearchMarketingDay.com to provide one lucky Facebook fan with a free 2 day pass to Search Marketing Day in Poznan, Poland!

This awesome pass will not only get you into the largest SEO conference in Poland (22nd May), gathering the world’s top SEO and SEM specialists, but also into all the SEO training workshops on the second day of the conference (23rd May)… Continue reading

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Social Media & Web Analytics Summit VIP pass competition – And the winner is…

By Newsroom April 16, 2012

Majestic SEO have given a prize out for their Social Media & Web Analytics Summit ticket giveaway. Continue reading

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Win a VIP pass for Social Media & Web Analytics Innovation 2012 in San Francisco

By Newsroom April 11, 2012

Majestic SEO are heading to the Social Media & Web Analytics Innovation Summit in San Francisco later this month as one of the key sponsors. But the best part for our audience is that again we’ve ended up with a spare VIP pass for the event, and we’ve decided to give it away!

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Using unexpected links on the web for predictive analytics

By Dixon Jones February 29, 2012

This presentation is a little removed from my usual “comfort zone” – but I hope it is useful to a few people. I was invited to speak at a conference in San Diego last week on “Predictive Analytics”. There were some great speakers including Matt LeMay from bit.ly.

I chose to take some of my agency experience to look at what may be a more unusual interpretation of the… Continue reading

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