Archive for the ‘Research’ Category
A recent research study was carried out by Young-Ho Eom of the University of Toulouse with the objective of determining the most influential person on Wikipedia. The inference was rather surprising, and at odds with the prevailing paradigm, in that it concluded that the Swedish botanist Carl Linnaeus was more… Continue reading
**NOTE (July 28 2014) : This was previously called “Majestic Research” but we have changed the name of this service to avoid possible confusion with a non-UK based corporation of the same name. ***
Today we launch “Majestic Insight”. It’s free to join and you do not even need an account on Majestic. Just fill in the simple form here.
What is Majestic Insight?
It’s a place… Continue reading
Here’s an interesting way to look at a potential ranking system for websites. It’s not a definitive study, but if you want to know what Educational establishments think about their Peers, then here’s an interesting way to rank the top US universities.
This is a follow-up to my previous posting A Study of .gov and .edu Referring Domain Ratios in the Majestic Million, where we… Continue reading
In this article, we will look at ways in which the “quality” of a profile can be numerically quantified, together with a green-amber-red idea for colour coding of sites; the intensity of which will be based on the numerical value obtained. For this purpose, we consider the ratio of the Majestic SEO quality metrics, namely, the ratio of the Citation to the Trust Flow
For many years there has been a rumbling question as to whether .gov and .edu links have a higher weighting in the search engines than normal ones. Search engines would first look at whether there is any correlation between these domain types and extra quality signals derived from such factors – so to find out whether that is likely, we researched this question.
In this article… Continue reading