How do you test how fresh a search index’s data is?
We decided to check – for ourselves – exactly how fresh (or stale) data is in various indexes around the web. We’ll show you comparison data for an example checked this morning (19th September 2011).
We are going to compare:
- MajesticSEO Fresh Index
The example website that we… Continue reading
The decision to start sponsoring events really came to the fore in November 2010 when we sponsored a session at Pubcon. Prior to that point, all event engagements were as invited speakers. Today, however, we have taken our next step and are proud… Continue reading
Analysing the web’s biggest sites using Majestic SEO
Although Majestic SEO has a massive crawl capability, every system at scale has technology limitations. Google, for example, has considerable limitations which it disguises brilliantly:
Whilst the search giant may TELL you that there 1.4 billion results for a particular keyword, it only shows you the top 10 (or if you change the settings the top 100 or… Continue reading
Today we’ve updated our Historic backlinks index, stats are as follows: 352,953,418,877 unique pages crawled 3,529,437,390,545 unique URLs in total. All fresh data crawled in period up to 16 August 2011 was added to this update… Continue reading
Some pundits suggest that Majestic “doesn’t have as much data as Google”. Changes in Google’s reporting, though, show that when it comes to INBOUND links (as opposed to INTERNAL links which Majestic ignores for reporting), Majestic has the edge. This article shows how Google have changed their link reporting and then shows how far Majestic SEO is ahead.
Google Webmaster Tools have revealed today that they are updating their… Continue reading