Archive for the ‘General’ Category

An extra login option now available

By Nicola Carey September 18, 2013

We are delighted to announce that following testing on our stage environment; we have created an extra login option when you sign into our site.

You can now login using an “https form” which means you have added security and an encrypted channel for communication.

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A Powerful Pitch Tool!

By Dixon Jones September 6, 2013

Sometimes it is just hard to show people why a technology like Majestic SEO rocks. Why it is trusted by thousands and used on a daily basis.

Sometimes explaining a technology is dull… but sometimes it ROCKS!

So we would like to say thank you to Loud Video for creating this!… Continue reading

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We have joined the world of Pinterest!

By Nicola Carey September 2, 2013

As the saying goes, a picture is worth a thousand words. With that in mind, we are pleased to introduce Majestic’s new Pinterest page!

Keep up to date with upcoming events we are attending and where we have been. See the power of our tools with the Majestic SEO Training videos and just generally find out… Continue reading

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Want to do more with link building? Mel Carson explains more..

By Nicola Carey August 29, 2013

Want to know how you can use Majestic SEO for more than just finding links and link building? Ever wondered how link building can help you build your PR and marketing strategy? Then check out US Ambassador for Majestic SEO, Mel Carson’s interview, with Search Engine Journal’s Murray Newlands (below).

The interview was filmed at the Share 13… Continue reading

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The difference between root domain, subdomain and URL level explained

By Nicola Carey August 23, 2013

In Majestic Site Explorer and reports, users have the opportunity to look at sites on the root domain, subdomain or on the individual URL level. In this post we’ll be looking at what these different terms mean and why you might want to be able to analyse sites on these different levels.

Reports and Site Explorer queries taken at the root domain level will return results for the whole… Continue reading

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