Majestic SEO & Analytics SEO extend long-term agreement

By Dixon Jones December 4, 2012

London, December 4th 2012Majestic SEO (the world’s leading link database) and Analytics SEO (an innovative SEO Software platform for SEO agencies and their clients) are pleased to announce that they have signed a long-term extension to their current partnership agreement.

After an exhaustive competitive evaluation, Analytics SEO chose to renew and extend its relationship with Majestic SEO because of its unrivalled breadth and depth of URLs and its continual re-investment in its core data.

With this announcement Majestic SEO’s database of 4 Trillion URLs and 388 Billion Pages crawled will be available to all customers worldwide using the recently launched Version 5.0 of Analytics SEO.

Laurence O’Toole, CEO of Analytics SEO, commenting on this continued partnership said, “This is a key relationship for us and our clients.  We’ve been working on a machine classification engine for over a year to automatically profile and classify backlinks across an industry.  Majestic SEO’s data and metrics are a key ingredient in this Big SEO Datasolution as well as other new content marketing and outreach solutions we are planning to roll-out in early 2013”.

Dixon Jones, Marketing Director of Majestic SEO added “We’re delighted that Analytics SEO chose to work with us after an extensive evaluation process.  We’ve proved again that we have the best infrastructure and data to support SEO professionals everywhere; although we’re not resting on our laurels and will continue to re-invest in taking our data to the next level”.

Analytics SEO is looking for beta testers for its machine classification engine; so if you are interested in profiling your backlinks against your competitors then you can register your interest here.

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3 Responses to “Majestic SEO & Analytics SEO extend long-term agreement”

  1. Baytech Web Design said:

    December 10, 2012 at 8:11 am

    Except 5.0 version of seo analytics,Is there any other newer version?

    • Dixon Jones said:

      December 10, 2012 at 8:17 am

      It’s Analytics SEO, not SEO Analytics, but you should ask them directly.

  2. Dave Riser said:

    December 10, 2012 at 4:15 pm

    4 trillion URLs! That’s incredible. That must make them a multi million pound business I guess.