Archive for the ‘Research’ Category

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

White Hat SEO Backlink Best Practices White Paper

By Mel September 20, 2012

Last week, I was lucky enough to spend my first day on the job with Majestic SEO in sunny San Francisco at BrightEdge’s #Share12 event.

Packed with over 300 delegates, the rooms of the impressive Bently Reserve building were entertained and enthused by well thought-out informational sessions and panel discussions aimed to educate and inform about what’s next, not just in SEO, but for the digital marketing industry… Continue reading

Posted In: Research

Predict an Election in seconds by using Back Link Data

By Newsroom May 3, 2012

Election campaigns of recent years have had a huge digital focus, as nominees look to the internet to drive their campaigns to the widest possible audiences.

In the UK today, voters are going to the polls for local elections, with much of the media’s focus on the London Mayoral Candidacy.

Analysing the cumulative backlink data over the past month for the two leading candidates (The Conservative’s Boris Johnson… Continue reading

Posted In: Research