Archive for the ‘Development’ Category

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

Posted In: Development

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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A New look and feel is coming…

By Dixon Jones February 3, 2014

On Wednesday we’ll be unveiling a new look website. You are welcome to join us at the free Webinar and be amongst the first to see if our UX changes are what you have been asking for.

New Site Sneak Peak

Back in December we managed to retain the services of a rather talented UX expert. We know… Continue reading

Posted In: Development, Training

New: Compare Sites Side-by-Side Revamp

By Dixon Jones January 21, 2014

Today Majestic SEO have revamped their Site Comparator Tool to make it easier to see how up to five websites stack up against each other. I’ll go into more detail shortly but first..

A quick guide to the improved Features in the Tool:

  • Compare up to five sites side by side
  • Easily switch between Fresh or Historic data; (we recomend you stick to Fresh)
  • Populate table
Posted In: Development