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New Insights! Backlink History Charts at URL Level

By Dixon Jones May 2, 2013

This week we have launched some new, prettier charts and at the same time we are announcing a recent change – which lets you see backlink history information at the URL level. Previous backlink history charts were at the domain level only and this new – much requested – functionality gives an interesting new use for Majestic’s data… Continue reading

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Firefox Add-On from Majestic SEO

By Dixon Jones March 18, 2013

Today we are happy to announce the official release of Majestic’s Backlink analyzer Firefox Addon. This follows on the heels of our Chrome Extension launched back in December. Once installed, the plugin is so patient and inconspicuous, you won’t even know it’s there unless you click on the star in the bottom right hand corner of your browser.

 

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Now in 9 Languages

By Dixon Jones February 28, 2013
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Majestic is now available in 9 languages. You can choose your language from the top right hand corner of the main website, or you can bookmark the subdomain of your choice. Or just click on the language you want below.

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Submit URLs to Majestic SEO’s Crawler for Free

By Dixon Jones February 18, 2013

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It has been one of our most requested features and now our URL Submitter is live. Search engines used to ask you to “suggest a site”. Today we are pleased to announce a new URL submitter tool for Majestic, allowing you to request our crawler visit any URL and help us improve
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Fresh Index Now Covers 90 Days

By Dixon Jones February 12, 2013

Majestic has been able to extend the period covered by the Fresh Index to cover links seen over a 90 day period, rather than a 45 days period. This gives you more flexibility in several area of the system.

For example, you can now visualize New and Lost links by day over a quarter 90 days (Note that  due to the memory effect, there is still a weighting at… Continue reading

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