Archive for the ‘General’ Category

Updated Developer Documentation

By Jess Rose January 29, 2014

As part of an ongoing effort to make our offering more developer-friendly products and resources, Majestic SEO is rewriting our developer documentation. We’ve just added a new landing page for our documentation and rewritten our API reference page to more clearly reflect upgrades and changes to our API and to improve readability.

We’ll be working to continue to improve our documentation, rolling out updated pages for our connectors… Continue reading

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Our very own Steve makes the paper

By Nicola Carey January 27, 2014

Steve Pitchford, Development Manager, at Majestic SEO, has been spending no more than £1 a day on all food and drink throughout January. He has already lost a stone and half in his mission to raise money and awareness for The Trussell Trust, which fights poverty in the UK and Bulgaria. To read more or sponsor Steve head over… Continue reading

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Why Verifying a site in MajesticSEO should be in EVERY SEO audit

By Dixon Jones January 20, 2014

I had an interesting support issue this week which every SEO should know about.

Don't lock out the good guys.If you do not verify your website on Majestic SEO’s Webmaster Tools, there is a very real chance that your hosting company is restricting the traffic to your website.

Some hosting companies try to keep their bandwidth costs down by not… Continue reading

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How to track Majestic’s true Fresh Updates

By Dixon Jones January 14, 2014

Here’s a sneaky little trick you can do to easily keep a track of how often Majestic SEO fully updates its Fresh Index calculations. You can usually see Screen Shot 2014-01-09 at 11.43.41from our home page that we are constantly updating our index, but there are a huge number of iterative calculations that go on… Continue reading

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Changing the way we look at links

By Dixon Jones January 10, 2014

There have been some interesting examples, recently, of how people are looking at links differently 2014. Earlier this week, Adam Mason posted a simple but effective way to calculate how “spammy” a website is, by dividing the Trust Flow of a web site with its Citation Flow.  Also this week, Aussie SEO Jim Stewart used Majestic’s New Link Tracking charts to see the uptake of news about the… Continue reading

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