Archive for the ‘Development’ Category

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

New OpenApps Functionality

By Dixon Jones January 6, 2014

Did you know that silver users or above can use our API as a CLIENT in applications created by third party developers? Now – if you are a web developer – we have made it much easier for you to link your applications to Majestic customers so that they can benefit from your tools, by adding the ability for a developer to add a return URL to their application link… Continue reading

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Majestic Search Engine Launches Live Rank Factors

By Dixon Jones December 10, 2013

This is the release of our Search Explorer Alpha (release 0.3) that I expect will really interest the SEO industry, because today we unveil our live rank factors for search engine! Now when you type a search phrase into our search engine, not only do you get search results, but you will also get an increasingly detailed view of how, and why, we ranked the results. No more guessing for… Continue reading

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Majestic Showing Match Counts in Search Explorer

By Dixon Jones November 18, 2013

Majestic SEO are now working towards providing complete transparency in their new search engine, so that users can completely understand at a glance why one website or page might rank above another for any given search phrase. The first phase of this is to start breaking out the constituent parts of the things we can measure and showing you the number of occurrences of things like keywords in any search… Continue reading