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We would really like help from all our users to make the user experience better on our main site. To help this, we have introduced a new Feedback button, making it easy for your to report or suggest an improvement to any page without having to leave the page or give unnecessary details. Help us to make Majestic the user experience tat you want it to be. Continue reading
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?
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
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
At Pubcon, in Las Vegas, we had a sponsored session in which we recapped the main Majestic developments of Majestic over 2012. If you are following our fortunes, there will be very little new to you here, but if you are one of a growing number of people that maybe tried us 3 years ago and are… Continue reading
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