Archive for the ‘Research’ Category

MajesticSEO Beginners Guide to Correlation: Part 1

By Neep Hazarika April 18, 2013

Researchers that collect quantitative, or numerically based, data implement various forms of statistical analysis methodologies to derive conclusions from this data. By seeking relationships between different data sets they accumulate, researchers can assess hypotheses about how different factors affect one another, and illustrate how strong these effects are. One such method entails testing for statistical correlations.

Correlations

Correlation measures the relationship between two variables. Correlations are a simple form of… Continue reading

Posted In: Research

Top Websites by Country

By Dixon Jones March 14, 2013

Today we are releasing under creative commons, a list of the top 100,000 websites broken down by the country in which they are hosted. Francois – our French ambassador – was working on some research for another post and asked if we could gethim a list of the top 1,000 websites hosted in France from our Majestic Million list. The main list – which updates every day – lets… Continue reading

Posted In: Research

Digital PR: Why Majestic SEO is not Just for SEOs

By Mel November 26, 2012

Digital PR has a new weapon now that Majestic SEO Updates so regularly. Mel Carson looks at how he can use Majestic’s link crawler to look at how his new book is being discussed on the web. Continue reading

New Link Maps Feature

By Dixon Jones November 7, 2012

Majestic has just launched a new “Maps” tab on Site Explorer to help you visualize where in the world people are hosting sites that link to any URL, Sub-domain or TLD. A literal “Link Map” if you will. A few years back we ran a competition to come up with good ideas for our data. Wiep won an iPad with his entry. One of our developers simply had… Continue reading

Posted In: Development, Research

Using Majestic to evaluate a data source

By Dixon Jones October 31, 2012

Today we caught our lead developer using Majestic to assess whether a snippet of library code was worth considering.

Bet you didn’t think to use Majestic for that did you?

The Situation

We were looking at an “Upload your CSV” routine, where a user can bulk check a list of URLs to look at our Flow Metrics, link counts and other data. It was all going swimmingly until marketing… Continue reading

Posted In: Commentary, Research