Archive for the ‘Research’ Category

Hubs of Anchor Text

How much anchor text do websites have in common? Are certain phrases associated with different market sectors? One of the joys of working in the development team here at Majestic is that when some manner of question is raised on some aspect of the internet, quite often, the answer is at our finger tips. All…


How To Vote for the Person, not the Party

Some clever students have created www.edulect.co.uk which I recommend everyone in the UK try for 60 seconds before the election. No login. No cost. But you will be a much more educated voter. The Problem: We are all individuals, with different needs, but every five years we vote for a party, which (in no way)…


Majestic Landscapes

We use the Internet so much, we miss the mathematical beauty within. Every website has it’s own unique link profile. It’s own DNA. We decided to capture that DNA and bring it into the real world. This is what Google looks like in 3D. Google.com in 3D. We are posting this… Continue reading


New SEO Research: Categorization in SERPs

By Dixon Jones | |

There seems to be a renewed focus in the Search industry on whether SEOs should start looking more closely at Search Engines Results Pages; (SERPs) that are actively, or passively, using URL categorization. A recent and recommended article by Roger Monti goes into the significant research, whitepapers and even patents about how the main search…


Domainers Tarnish New Top Level Domains

The new Top Level domains have now well and truly entered the Domainer aftermarket, but Majestic has uncovered some disturbing echos of past practices starting to emerge with the new TLDs. We thought it would be interesting to see if any of the new TLDs had made it into the Majestic Million list (The list…