I would assume that Majestic’s users are pretty much exclusively from the Internet Marketing community. There are also quite a lot of them these days. So it may be significant for a few geeks to see that Firefox 3.6 now has just over HALF of our user base market share.
People with less understanding of our industry might also be surprised at the small percentage of users using Internet Explorer these days. But without a great number of useful SEO plugins, that’s probably not totally surprising.
For me, though, the big surprise is the large percentage of Chrome take up within the SEO community. Majestic SEO took the decision a long time ago not to use Google Analytics or indeed any code or technology directly related to search engines. It’s a great product, but a proportion of our users, we felt, would prefer that we did should not give every minutiae of our user’s habits out to third parties.
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