Anchor Text API and New/Lost Links API in Majestic

By Steve Pitchford September 28, 2012

Following the popular reaction to our Site Explorer updates (featuring new and lost links tabs and a new anchor text breakdown),
we are pleased to announce, today, the support of these features via the Majestic API.

Documentation has already been made available on our developers site at http://developer-support.majesticseo.com for the following commands:

GetAnchorText

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Posted In: Development

New Podcast-Link Tracking day by day

By Chloe September 27, 2012

New Podcast available on Web Master Radio with our very own Dixon Jones talks about how to track links day by day, and what will change in search in 2013 as Dixon welcomes Sören Bendig, the CEO of SEOlytics… Continue reading

Posted In: General

Get introduced to Majestic SEO Webinar

By Dixon Jones September 26, 2012

We are continuing our webinars tomorrow (Thursday). These are free and you are welcome to register online. Typically they take 30 minutes and run you through the main features of Majestic SEO.

You can sign up here.

The webinar will be at 3:00 PM UK time, which is 10:00 AM on the Eastern side of the United States.

This webinar is for first time users and… Continue reading

Posted In: Training

Click and Select Date Ranges

By Chloe September 25, 2012

Chart to show new backlinksYou may be aware (and if not have you been hiding under a rock for the last week?!) that Majestic has launched new additional tabs to our Site Explorer tool allowing you to see all of your new and lost links. Although there are other tools on the market with a similar goal, we… Continue reading

Posted In: Training

The Cleanest Link Data Commercially Available

By Dixon Jones September 24, 2012

We feel we have the cleanest link data commercially available, (unless you subscribe to an extra service that re-crawls links like ours on demand). So  we get surprised if anyone reports that our Fresh Index has large numbers of dead links that are unreported. It turns out this is usually due to a misinterpretation of the data, so to make it totally transparent, for every link, we now list the

Posted In: Training