More Data for All Users

By Dixon Jones |

Today we are announcing that we are increasing the number of rows of data that we return in our Site Explorer reports for all users. This comes with no increase in charges of course – so you are just getting more for your money as usual. This upgrade actually came out of a desire to…


Majestic SEO Beginners Guide to Correlation: Part 4

By Neep Hazarika |

In Parts 1, 2 and 3, we looked at statistical measures of datasets that were purely one-dimensional in nature, i.e., all the observations constituting the dataset were of the same type.  Examples of such datasets are the time elapsed between eruptions of the Old Faithful Geyser Continue reading

The Easter Egg Release: Clique Hunter at URL level

By Dixon Jones |

We recently launched a new version of Site Explorer which has gone down rather well. I hinted that we had also released something else and challenged our user to spot it. Now I have time for another blog post I can reveal that we also changed our Clique Hunter tool to work at the URL…


How Black Hats Are Still Gaming Google for Competitive Keywords – Case Study

By Amar Sagoo |

This is a guest article by Modestos Siotos who works at iCrossing UK as an SEO Strategist. The views and opinions expressed in this article are his own and not necessarily the views of MajesticSEO. The last couple of years saw Google taking serious actions against sites relying on what its algorithms identify as “manipulative links”. Penguin 2.0…

New Site Explorer Release

By Dixon Jones |

Today we have launched a new version of Site Explorer with improved functionality and a much improved user interaction. There’s more than one blog post of upgrades – so here’s a summary, with screenshots below. Improved Summary screen layout with Anchor Text type charts added Ability to tailor your Site Explorer tabs and filters to…