Archive for the ‘General’ Category

Historic Index Update

By Alex August 13, 2013

We have now updated our Historic Index with data for start of May 2013. Here are the new stats:

Unique Pages crawled: 523,271,474,398

Unique URLs: 2,052,906,925,218

Date range: 09 Dec 2007 to 10 Jul 2013… Continue reading

Posted In: General, Updates

Security Announcement

By Newsroom August 8, 2013

If you have never opted in to our monthly newsletter, this will not affect you. If you have opted in to our monthly newsletter, then you should read this.

A third party newsletter software used to manage our monthly newsletter has been the subject of a cyber attack. After our last newsletter, two users reported that they had started to receive unsolicited emails using email addresses only used with… Continue reading

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Broken Link Building with MajesticSEO

By Nicola Carey August 2, 2013

Broken Link Building is one of the last great white hat techniques that can be done at scale and MajesticSEO’s suite of tools is integral to this process.

Following their successful partnership with MajesticSEO to deliver the Get Links Course earlier this year, Ken McGaffin and Garrett French have developed a new video course that explains in detail how to do broken link building at scale.
The process of… Continue reading

Posted In: General, Training

Bulk Backlink Checker Tutorial

By Newsroom July 31, 2013

The Majestic SEO Bulk Backlink Checker makes it easy to analyse the backlink numbers for anywhere up to 400 domains very quickly.

The Bulk Backlink Checker works in a similar way to the Majestic SEO Site Explorer, also found on the Majestic SEO homepage, and covered in a separate tutorial. The tool helps collect vital backlink data which can be ranked, exported and manipulated in CSV format… Continue reading

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JSON added to Majestic API

By Steve Pitchford July 29, 2013

Here is some exciting news for app developers.

In May whilst preparing for the release of our free webmaster tools for domain owners tool, we slipped out an under-the-radar upgrade to support JSON as a return data format in our http based API, facilitating the delivery of our product to a greater number of platforms. For those using our connectors or existing API – don’t worry – our… Continue reading

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