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Sneaking it on on a Friday is unusual for us – but we’ve been itching to get this live.
This afternoon we are announcing a new MajesticSEO API developer platform which will allow programmers to look at all the API commands and play with the technology. If you want to dive right in and look at what we have, start at http://developer-support.majesticseo.com/wiki/index.php/Introduction to see the main commands… Continue reading
Inspired by Aaron Wall’s Hubfinder tool, we felt that with Yahoo’s API looking a little shaky and with our deeper data set, we could create something that would be especially helpful to SEOs. We proudly introduce Clique Hunter.
Clique Hunter seeks out domains that link to multiple sites within a vertical. You can choose up to ten sites, which compete with each other over a given keyword… Continue reading
If you are opted into our Newsletter (via your options panel) or on our Webinar you will already know that MajesticSEO launched a new website on Monday. I wanted to let you know more about the new site and the opportunities it opens up for you and for majestic… Continue reading
Now that we’ve launched our new website we decided to write a few words about the technology behind it.
To squeeze some technical terms in as an executive summary, we have moved from PHP to a Perl/mod_perl/Catalyst solution.
We are delighted to have a whole session at Pubcon in November. Pubcon Las Vegas is the world’s largest conference dedicated to Webmasters interested in Search engine optimisation and Internet marketing. We want to make the session instructive and enlightening – so we have entitled the session “using Majestic SEO to the Max” and have invited two… Continue reading