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Set MajesticSEO up as a Search Engine in Chrome

By Dixon Jones December 19, 2012

MajesticSEO as a Search Engine in Chrome

Whilst I was setting up the new Backlink Analyzer Extension in the Chrome store last week I noticed that you can easily… Continue reading

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Actionable SEO – Site Explorer Summary

By Chloe December 10, 2012

Actionable SEO is a series of posts for new users of Majestic SEO

Majestic SEO’s Site Explorer has come a long way since its launch in February 2011, giving you access every aspect of your link building efforts in a one page summary, including Top Backlinks, Link Profile, Anchor Text, Majestic Million Position, Top Pages, Backlink History and Domain information.

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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

What are Reports?

By Dixon Jones October 29, 2012

Beyond MajesticSEO’s Site Explorer, you can generate much more comprehensive link reports, even on silver accounts. Video help included on how to get the most detailed link analysis. We have found that many users are not aware that these reports exist and simply accept the 2500 links that are returned by default instead of pulling much larger reports – potentially millions of URLs in depth – through our report interface.

This post looks at the advantages of link reports over Site Explorer and compares their relative strengths. Continue reading

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5 reasons Flow Metrics® are stronger than PageRank®

By Dixon Jones October 25, 2012

I was asked in the comments of a recent post whether it we could get Google’s PageRank ® for any given URL. Pulling Google’s number would probably be against their terms of service, but we would not want to do this anyway. Since we crawl the web independently of Google, we have our own data and arguably we could do the Google PageRank algorithm on our data and work… Continue reading

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