Archive for the ‘Development’ Category

Downloading of data improved functionality

By Nicola Carey September 24, 2013

If you download and format a lot of data from our website then you will be pleased to know we have been making a number of improvements to the “download data” option within Site Explorer. You can now change the order of the popup options when you “download data”.

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Long URLs now more searchable

By Nicola Carey September 20, 2013

Have you ever tried to search for a really long URL on the Majestic Site Explorer, and then noticed because of the number of characters, the formatting of the homepage has been misaligned? Well, we have now improved the configuration so all information will be contained on the one web page.

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By all means try it now… Continue reading

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Find any Twitter Users’ Most POWERFUL Tweets!

By Dixon Jones September 16, 2013
Obama Campaign's Proudest Day.

Obama Campaign’s Proudest Day.

The new Wild Card functionality from Majestic has an incredibly powerful side affect, as it offers a new way to analyze Twitter profiles without the need to use the Twitter Fire-hose or indeed any proprietary Twitter data. If you are into Social Media marketing, you’ll like this!

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Wildcard added to Majestic SEO

By Dixon Jones September 12, 2013

This week, Majestic have made some “under the bonnet” improvements to the way in which we record and return link data. The improvements will improve tracking of secure URLs (https), will change the way in which we show counts for sites that have both forms of URL, with and without, trailing slashes and – perhaps the most visible change, is the ability to see all the links within a specific… Continue reading

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Chrome Browser Extension is now Multilingual

By Dixon Jones September 9, 2013

Majestic SEO is proud to announce that our very popular Free Chrome Extension is now available in:

  • French
  • German
  • Italian
  • (Brazilian) Portuguese
  • Polish
  • Russian
  • Spanish

The Firefox Add-on is also translated and the translations are just awaiting approval by Mozilla. Firefox is also in Chinese and we expect Chrome to follow suit soon. We’ll update the post when that… Continue reading

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