Quality Jump for Majestic SEO’s Index

By Dixon Jones May 3, 2013

Today we are announcing a jump in the QUALITY of our index, whilst also removing URLs which are SO bad, Google dropped them years ago. Over the last few months, people will have seen the size of our index increase dramatically and now we have got to the point where we need to look at whether to crawl faster… or just smarter.

Kudos to SEOMoz for building this into… Continue reading

Posted In: General

New Insights! Backlink History Charts at URL Level

By Dixon Jones May 2, 2013

This week we have launched some new, prettier charts and at the same time we are announcing a recent change – which lets you see backlink history information at the URL level. Previous backlink history charts were at the domain level only and this new – much requested – functionality gives an interesting new use for Majestic’s data… Continue reading

Posted In: Development

Webinar Recording: 7 Secrets To Getting More Quality Links

By Ken McGaffin May 1, 2013

We had an excellent turnout for the webinar with myself, Ken McGaffin and Garrett French. As promised, here are the webinar materials.

1. Webinar Recording

2. PDF of Slides from the Webinar

You can download all the slides from the webinar at Slides: 7-Simple-Secrets-To-Getting-More-Links

3. “Get Links: 7 Weeks To Link Building Mastery”

If you enjoyed the webinar, you’ll be pleased… Continue reading

Posted In: General, Training

Actionable SEO: Seeing Back links, New and Lost

By Newsroom April 30, 2013

New/Lost/Backlinks Tabs

Knowing who the top back links, New back links and Lost lack links to your site is incredibly valuable.

Backlinks TabSome back links are more influential than others and add more value to… Continue reading

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Predict The Future using Big Data. Dixon Jones at BrightonSEO

By Newsroom April 24, 2013

Our Marketing Director, Dixon gave a top class presentation at BrightonSEO (not being biased of course), which is above and I have summarized the ideas in my own words. The presentation challenges SEO’s to retrieve valuable data and think outside the box instead of simply manipulating Google. Furthermore, it will help you to use your initiative, be creative and stay ahead of the game as well as implement and achieve strategies with small budgets.

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