In 2021 we piloted a copy button in the Related Sites report on Site Explorer. The copy functionality aimed to make it easy to transfer data from Majestic to spreadsheet using your computers copy and paste function.

We’ve now developed the idea, and further enhanced the “export menu” released later in 2021. You can now access “copy” functionality across Site Explorer results.

Where can I find this copy functionality?

Related sites had the “Copy” button next to the “Export Data” button when it was initially released. Since then we’ve replaced the “Export Data” button with a new menu – grouping all the export options available to you. This menu now includes a “Copy to Clipboard” option:

NOTE: The “Copy” button on Related Sites has been removed, with the addition of the “Copy to Clipboard” option.

How do I use the “Copy to Clipboard” option?

To use the “Copy to Clipboard” option, choose the site you would like to query and then go onto the tab that has the data you are after. Hover over the “Export Data” menu and click the “Copy to Clipboard” option – that’s it! The data on the page can now be pasted onto the spreadsheet tool of your choice.

Wrapping Up

The “Copy to Clipboard” option is a new option added to the “Export Data” menu on tabs across Site Explorer. It allows you to copy the data on the page and paste it into a spreadsheet tool of your choice. This is an alternative to using the other options available through the “Export Data” menu and manually copying the table and formatting the results.

We hope this new option helps you in your analysis process. If you have any feedback, ideas, or would like some pointers on getting the most out of Majestic, our Customer Service team will be delighted to help.


  • Rishabh Goswami

    Nice information sir thanks
    [ Sorry, links removed]

    January 25, 2022 at 12:34 pm
  • Elene Maynor

    I’ve recently started a web site, the info you provide on this website has helped me tremendously. Thanks for all of your time & work. "Yield not to evils, but attack all the more boldly." by Virgil.

    [Sorry. Link removed]

    January 27, 2022 at 4:05 am
  • Chaudhary Mihir

    Thanks for sharing with us.

    March 11, 2022 at 9:47 am

Comments are closed.