This afternoon, we were given a sneak peak of SearchDNA.net – which was announced officially a few weeks ago. The beta has been in the making over a considerable period, so it is great to see them so close to launch. If you are signed up to the beta, then there are two lists of testers. I think the first will be out in a week or two and will probably be “friends” who will be honest about observing “undocumented features” but the main product should be out pretty soon to the larger beat group. I have no control, but weeks not months.
Certainly, SearchDNA is endeavoring to go deeper into link analysis that anyone in the past and is taking data from several sources – not just Majestic – to develop its offering.
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