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Why is an SEO tool going to eMetrics?

By Dixon Jones March 9, 2013

emetrics logo for events pageThis year, Majestic SEO have decided to be silver sponsors at eMetrics San Francisco in April 14-18.

Q: Why is an SEO tool sponsoring an analytics conference?

A: Because Majestic is NOT so much an SEO tool as much as it is a big store of data which SEOs choose you… Continue reading

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MajesticSEO at SES London

By Newsroom February 27, 2013

SES London

On behalf of Majestic SEO, Dixon Jones, Sarah Bradley (@SarahMBradley) and I (@SyedaFerdush) attended SES London’s 14th Annual Event and what a fantastic couple of days it was! Taking place in the vibrant city of London over the course of three days, the conference was jam packed with brilliant talks ranging… Continue reading

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Our approach to Online Marketing

By Dixon Jones January 25, 2013
Top of the list of Top 50 UK Bloggers

Top of the list of Top 50 UK Bloggers

We found out yesterday that not only did we make the UK Top 50 Bloggers list, but found ourselves at the number 1 position! The list is compiled annually by a US based Internet marketing company, Toprank, to… Continue reading

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Big Data! What On Earth Should Majestic Do With It All?

By Mel January 24, 2013

In 2012, the term “Big Data” was thrown around with as much abandon as “Social Media” was for the previous couple of years.

A one-size-fits-many-things moniker, “Big Data” (like its cousin “Social Media”) has been the subject of many a blog post, conference session and CMO’s sleepless night, as industries realize its essence is important, but are not quite sure what to do with it (a bit like they… Continue reading

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Actionable SEO – Top Pages and Link Profile

By Chloe January 22, 2013

Examining the Pages

What does the Pages tab do?

The pages tab displays all of the pages in your site (Or ANY site) ordered by its Trust and Citation Flow.  The total number of external backlinks to the page is shown as well as the number of referring domains. The date with which the page was last seen by the crawler is shown and when it was first added… Continue reading

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