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Majestic SEO goes to Brazil

By Dixon Jones July 22, 2011

If you thought all the “Buzz” in SEO was in the US and Europe, you should know that Expon in Brazil had the best part of 1,000 attendees. That’s an impressive turnout. I moderated a panel yesterday and it was SO popular that we had to run it again at 6:30 PM so that those that were turned away in the day could see it. Even the SECOND showing… Continue reading

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Migrating from Yahoo BOSS To Majestic API

By Steve Pitchford July 13, 2011

The last few days has seen news released that the Yahoo/Bing relationship will result in “Microsoft Webmaster Tools to support Yahoo! Site Explorer Community“, or as interpreted by Barry Schwartz at Search Engine Land “Yahoo Shutting Down Site Explorer This Year“… Continue reading

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Yahoo Site Explorer is Dead, Long Live Majestic Site Explorer!

By Alex July 11, 2011

Today you may have read the news about imminent shutdown of Yahoo Site Explorer (YSE). The “Big Name” SEOs have been tweeting and saying on Google+ that Majestic SEO must be dancing on the tables. Let’s just say we knew it was coming and we have been preparing for years. We think you will be pleasantly surprised with our version. Now that the announcement is made, let’s just compare… Continue reading

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Alttext Flag – A discussion

By Steve Pitchford July 8, 2011

Its new recruit time at Majestic, and one of the many questions they have asked this week is for a proper explanation of the “Alttext flag”, as shown below:

Illustration of Alttext flag on a Standard ReportWe felt it might be appropriate to share the description with a wider audience.

Below is an illustration of the html… Continue reading

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Terms and Conditions update

By Dixon Jones July 6, 2011

Although nobody in the European Union seems to be taking it too seriously, the law has recently changed regarding the use of cookies and other privacy issues. Nobody is quite sure how to abide by the law without destroying their businesses and my colleagues Brian Clifton and Vicky Brock are having great fun trying to make sense of it all. Vicky even invoked the freedom of information act to… Continue reading

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