A Lovely Compliment from Down Under

By Dixon Jones November 9, 2012

Sometimes a compliment comes in the most unexpected of ways. Like this Melbourne Company putting their review of Majestic into a video as well as an excellent post.

Here’s the video:

Now – it’s Friday. We don’t usually link out to third party stuff like this – but vanity is a fickle friend and you need to ride the wave sometimes.

Thank you to everyone… Continue reading

Posted In: General

OpenApps API now on by Default

By Dixon Jones November 8, 2012

OpenApps screen (click to enlarge)

Over the next few days we will be making it much easier for small to medium third party developers to build tools based on our full API suite without having to jump through complicated legal arrangements.

Developers simply need… Continue reading

Posted In: Development

New Link Maps Feature

By Dixon Jones November 7, 2012

Majestic has just launched a new “Maps” tab on Site Explorer to help you visualize where in the world people are hosting sites that link to any URL, Sub-domain or TLD. A literal “Link Map” if you will. A few years back we ran a competition to come up with good ideas for our data. Wiep won an iPad with his entry. One of our developers simply had… Continue reading

Posted In: Development, Research

4,006,013,830,026

By Dixon Jones November 6, 2012

We just updated the Historic Index. For the first time ever, we hit the four trillion mark.

Historic Index

Pages crawled:
388,843,317,776

Posted In: Updates

Upload your links from Google WMT or anywhere else

By Dixon Jones November 5, 2012

Do you have a large file of back-links that you need to check? Today Majestic is launching a tool that will let you bulk upload links via CSV or TXT files, giving you much more scalability than you had before. By way of example, I’ll take you through analyzing the… Continue reading

Posted In: Development