Archive for the ‘Development’ Category

Site Explorer Enhanced With Daily Freshness

By Steve Pitchford March 21, 2011

Whilst we cannot speak for our competitors, here at Majestic SEO we know our customers have been asking for fresher data, which could provide feedback on what is happening to your clients’ link profiles right now. So, we have taken a big step towards “Real Time”, and have created a publicly available data set that we will aim to update on a daily basis. You could say that latency is… Continue reading

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Introducing Majestic Site Explorer

By Matthew February 23, 2011

Introducing Site Explorer

Every once in a while along comes a piece of engineering/technical brilliance. From the Roman Aqueducts to Alan Turing’s Enigma machine. From the Ford Model T to Hybrid Cars. And now you can add Majestic’s Site Explorer to that list!

When Get Link Data was first launched it was an innovative tool that… Continue reading

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Site Updates – Changes to “My Reports”

By Steve Pitchford February 8, 2011

We are releasing an update to the website today which we hope will enhance the usability for those who make extensive use of our Standard and Advanced Reports.

This update:

  • Has improved menu bar navigation
  • Let’s you delete, rename and manage folders more easily
  • Provides more screen above the fold to show the data you really want
  • Is closer to current web standards
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Majestic SEO Powers Linkdex

By Dixon Jones January 25, 2011

Extremely on the ball SEOs may have noticed that Linkdex is relaunching this week. Back in November, when Majestic SEO sponsored a session at Pubcon, John Straw from Linkdex created quite a storm with the promise of a fantastic new CRM system for SEOs and Link Builders. Well that’s going live this week and here’s a tip… If you follow @linkdex on Twitter they send you an automatic… Continue reading

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Increasing query capacity by 400,000 queries a day

By Dixon Jones November 29, 2010

Majestic SEO are restricting bots from scraping the main content, but opening up avenues for these bots through the API system. Continue reading

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