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Majestic SEO – Euro and Dollar Monthly Subscription Plans

By Steve Pitchford March 22, 2012

Majestic SEO now supports online sales of monthly subscription plans via credit card in Euros, Dollars, and British Pounds. This follows on from our release of support for multi-currency annual plans, providing Majestic SEO customers flexibility in their service commitment.

This follows customer demand for a wider range of currency options, and some customers expressing a desire for an alternative to PayPal… Continue reading

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New multi-currency annual plans now available

By Steve Pitchford March 1, 2012

Majestic SEO now supports the purchase of Annual Plans in US Dollars, European Euros, and British Pounds – via credit card or debit card, processed by CyberSource payment processor.

Annual plans now available in Euros and Dollar in addition to British Pounds Sterling

Monthly plans are still available to purchase in British Pounds. To… Continue reading

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Takeaways from SMX Israel

By Dixon Jones January 16, 2012

Yesterday, SMX Israel took place and Majestic were proud to be major sponsors. I thought I would note some of the interesting takeaways that before I forget them.

1: Excel for SEO rocks.

Two presenters mentioned Neil Bosma’s Excel plugin for SEOs which looks like it absolutely is brilliant. Neil – I hope you’ll look at our OpenApps system… Continue reading

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British and Dutch Prime Ministers Come To Science Park

By Dixon Jones November 25, 2011

Believe it or not, Mark Rutte (The Dutch Prime Minister) and David Cameron (The British Prime Minister) were in Faraday Wharf at Birmingham Science Park Aston  last week as they recognised the first network “node” in Cisco’s Virtual Incubator.

Majestic – whilst being a British company – has Dutch backing, but as… Continue reading

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Yahoo Site Explorer’s Demise Will Not Affect Majestic SEO

By Dixon Jones November 22, 2011

Today we are seeing Yahoo Site Explorer coming offline. This will not affect Majestic SEO’s operations in any way at all.

Yahoo Site Explorer was launched in September 2005 to mixed acclaim but became the main source of link analysis data in the world for several years. It is now being retired as we speak and its architect, Tim Mayer laments its demise.

Majestic SEO… Continue reading

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