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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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SEO Tools For Excel now with Majestic SEO

By Dixon Jones January 14, 2013

I am delighted to be able to tell you that Niels Bosma, the developer of the free SEO for Excel plugin, has incorporated Majestic SEO into Excel, allowing you to bring link data and anchor text data straight into Excel along with the existing ability to use data from our partners at SEOLytics and from Google Analytics, SEO for Excel is now an incredibly powerful way to… Continue reading

Chrome Backlink Analyzer

By Dixon Jones December 15, 2012

A Free Backlink Analyzer Extension for Chrome. Available free from the Google Chrome web store. This official Majestic SEO Chrome Extension embeds lightning fast Flow Metric™ data into your browser experience without interruption. Now you can see baclink details for any URL without leaving the web page. Further deep analysis is only a click away. Continue reading

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New: Bucket Lists! Don’t Just See Links, Manage Them

By Dixon Jones November 20, 2012

Today we are introducing a major new feature. Link Buckets – turning Majestic SEO into a Link Management suite.

Bucket Lists let you collect and curate links that are of interest to you into their own list so that you can look start managing your own collection. For example you can:

  • Look at a
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