Archive for the ‘Development’ Category

Changes to our Advanced Reports and other Enhancements

By Limsan Boulter September 2, 2014

We’ve been focusing on our Advanced link reports as of late and as a result we have rolled out a few changes that will make working with reports a much more powerful way to analyse domains.

First obvious change is the Overview of the report itself. We have moved things around slightly and now the New Backlinks and Referring Domains graphs are shown just to the right of the… Continue reading

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We’re now recruiting a Java Developer

By Nicola Carey August 28, 2014

majestic-black-no-marginWant 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… Continue reading

Compare against competitors in a whole new way!

By Limsan Boulter August 6, 2014

One of the big advantages of Majestic is that we can show you an analysis of your competitor’s backlink information. How? Either through the Site Explorer, within the reports, or via a number of our tools. Tools such as the Backlink History, Comparator and Clique Hunter to name a few!

Our newest update is designed to help you complete your comparative analysis much faster and easier as we have… Continue reading

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Topical Trust Flow now in Historic Data

By Dixon Jones July 4, 2014

I am delighted to be able to confirm that you can now look at the topics of URLs and link going back for over five years!

We have managed to calculate topicality scores against 800 topics and 2,754,580,870,168 (2.7 trillion) URLs. That’s 2 Quadrillion calculation according to another specialist search engine – although to be fair, most calculations are more or less zero as not all pages have trust… Continue reading

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Developing software for a first time client

By Steve Pitchford May 22, 2014

majestic logoDelivering bespoke software for clients can be a difficult situation for all parties involved. For a client – the leap of faith is huge – entrusting what can be a significant part of the infrastructure for their existing business or growth strategy with a potentially unknown third party.

As a software developer, I have managed many projects over the years that… Continue reading

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