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Majestic SEO vs Google Webmaster Tools – responding to Dave Naylor!

By Alex November 2, 2009

Dave Naylor made a tweet last week observing the difference shown by his new geo-location tool using backlinks pointing to his domain from Majestic and Google. We actually missed this tweet but were kindly pointed to by our friends at Wordtracker. It is very nice to be referred to as “majestic“, but at the same time it is a bit hard to catch such tweets… Continue reading

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Majestic Upgrade – Minor on the surface. Huge underneath.

By Dixon Jones October 27, 2009

Previously, when you interrogated a domain, we returned all the links in our database. Even the ones that we have marked as deleted or otherwise not related to SEO. We fixed that today. Continue reading

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SearchDNA Sneak Preview

By Dixon Jones October 23, 2009

We had a sneak peek at SearchDNA today. Continue reading

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Majestic-12 confirms Google’s milestone: more than 1 trillion URLs found

By Alex October 8, 2009

Five years ago today Majestic-12 Distributed Search Engine project was founded with the aim to create a community driven search engine based on distributed computing model. Since then we have crawled over 200 billion web pages.

Today, we have more than just our anniversary to celebrate. Our web map index has now grown to 1,026,035,494,521 unique URLs. We believe that makes us the second organisation in… Continue reading

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Happy Birthday Majestic SEO

By Dixon Jones October 8, 2009

Majestic started crawling the web five years ago today. Happy Birthday Majestic SEO comments welcome and a massive thank you to everyone that has supported the project for so long.

In celebration of our birthday, we’re planning a nice surprise. Alex is beavering away in Birmingham – so he’s incommunicado – but this might not be the only post today… Continue reading

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