How to track Majestic’s true Fresh Updates

By Dixon Jones January 14, 2014

Here’s a sneaky little trick you can do to easily keep a track of how often Majestic SEO fully updates its Fresh Index calculations. You can usually see Screen Shot 2014-01-09 at 11.43.41from our home page that we are constantly updating our index, but there are a huge number of iterative calculations that go on… Continue reading

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Changing the way we look at links

By Dixon Jones January 10, 2014

There have been some interesting examples, recently, of how people are looking at links differently 2014. Earlier this week, Adam Mason posted a simple but effective way to calculate how “spammy” a website is, by dividing the Trust Flow of a web site with its Citation Flow.  Also this week, Aussie SEO Jim Stewart used Majestic’s New Link Tracking charts to see the uptake of news about the… Continue reading

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Using Majestic Citation Flow and Trust Flow to check the Quality of your Link Prospects

By Adam Mason January 8, 2014

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This article is mainly aimed at the agency world where there are outreach or link building teams working full time to find potential and trustworthy sites for their client’s links to be placed on.

In an age when it is easily possible for links to harm your site, it is very important to make sure that the links… Continue reading

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New OpenApps Functionality

By Dixon Jones January 6, 2014

Did you know that silver users or above can use our API as a CLIENT in applications created by third party developers? Now – if you are a web developer – we have made it much easier for you to link your applications to Majestic customers so that they can benefit from your tools, by adding the ability for a developer to add a return URL to their application link… Continue reading

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What’s the best University in the USA?

By Neep Hazarika January 3, 2014

Here’s an interesting way to look at a potential ranking system for websites. It’s not a definitive study, but if you want to know what Educational establishments think about their Peers, then here’s an interesting way to rank the top US universities.

This is a follow-up to my previous posting A Study of .gov and .edu Referring Domain Ratios in the Majestic Million, where we… Continue reading

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