Archive for the ‘Development’ Category

Firefox & Chrome Majestic Upgrades

By Dixon Jones March 17, 2014

Have you ever been on the internet while using one of our browser extensions and thought to yourself “This is an interesting URL; I wish I could add it to my bucket!”? Well now you can! From today we have added a quick way to add URL’s from the extension to the bucket associated with your account.

We have improved our Firefox extension and our Chrome plugin so that… Continue reading

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Majestic Integrates with Twitter

By Dixon Jones March 14, 2014

Majestic SEO has now integrated with “Twitter Cards”. This means that any time a person Tweets a Majestic Site Explorer result, Twitter will display rich information about the domain in question, directly in the Twitter feed, given your users instant insight into the domain’s Trust Flow and Link Profile without the need to leave Twitter.

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Set Majestic Up Your way

By Dixon Jones March 4, 2014

We all work differently, and for serious users, every default setting will save you clicks. That’s why, we now have a new way to set Majestic Site Explorer Settings up so that it works YOUR way.

Ready for a tour of the new options? Let’s go…

Radio Buttons

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Raw Download Made Easy!

By Dixon Jones February 25, 2014

Want to download more than a million links to a domain? More than 5 Million? More than 10 Million? Today we made that REALLY easy.

It was always possible to do. However because downloading just the top backlinks was much more prominent, loads of people simply did not realise. What’s more – it was a hassle; but not anymore.

Here’s the link:

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Today launches a New Look and Feel Majestic website

By Steve Fitzpatrick February 5, 2014

We’re absolutely delighted to roll out the first step in our journey to make our website a little prettier and easy to use. Today’s step is a small one, it’s mainly cosmetic, but it fixes a lot of the things we’ve wanted to change for a while. This initial work now gives us a platform to continually improve our UI throughout 2014.

We know that it can be quite… Continue reading

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