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New Majestic SEO Website Highlights

By Dixon Jones October 14, 2010

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

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Introducing The Technology Behind Our New Website

By Steve Pitchford October 14, 2010

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.

Catalyst is a Web Framework, written in the Perl Programming language. mod_perl allows Perl code to run embedded in the Apache webserver, providing a great deal of… Continue reading

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Full Majestic SEO Session At Pubcon

By Dixon Jones October 10, 2010


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

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Importance Of A Sound Link Building Strategy

By Dixon Jones October 4, 2010

This post is written by Anthony Young Director of Search Engine Optimization at

Anything in life worth having requires time, attention, and dedication.  Usually there are no shortcuts – a few noteworthy exceptions being the very lucky, the criminally-minded, or the insane geniuses among us.  When it comes to SEO and link building, the same holds true.  I’m reminded of one of my favorite cartoon strips growing up… Continue reading

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How to Filter out Dead Links

By Dixon Jones October 1, 2010

This is one of the most common questions that we get asked. MajesticSEO is not like other link maps out there, because we KEEP data about dead links for all time. We personally think that’s particularly valuable, but there is no need for you to focus on the dead ones if you do not wish to.

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