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Upload your links from Google WMT or anywhere else

By Dixon Jones November 5, 2012

Do you have a large file of back-links that you need to check? Today Majestic is launching a tool that will let you bulk upload links via CSV or TXT files, giving you much more scalability than you had before. By way of example, I’ll take you through analyzing the… Continue reading

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Fresh Links Now Updated (MUCH) Faster

By Dixon Jones October 16, 2012

We just made another milestone.

We have moved from updating every day to updating every hour or so! That means that if a new page goes viral, we will be able to report stats about it to you throughout the day.

We know that our competition is envious of our Fresh Index with its frequent update… Continue reading

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Majestic Million CSV now free for all, daily.

By Dixon Jones October 1, 2012

The Majestic Million is a list, updated daily, of the 1 million strongest web domains based on their backlink data. It is available to download from her for free under a Creative Commons license. Continue reading

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Anchor Text API and New/Lost Links API in Majestic

By Steve Pitchford September 28, 2012

Following the popular reaction to our Site Explorer updates (featuring new and lost links tabs and a new anchor text breakdown),
we are pleased to announce, today, the support of these features via the Majestic API.

Documentation has already been made available on our developers site at http://developer-support.majesticseo.com for the following commands:

GetAnchorText

For popular keyword… Continue reading

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New: Track Flow and Link Metrics Over Time

By Dixon Jones August 20, 2012

This week sees a new link tracking report from Majestic SEO letting you view the Trust Flow, Citation Flow and other link quality characteristics of any URL or website over time – updated daily. The report means that you will be able to follow the link quality of a URL and it will be interesting to see if there is any correlation between a change in a URLs position and… Continue reading

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