Majestic Million is a FREE league table of the top 1 million websites in the world. Check if you beat your competition in the list:
How it works
We rank every website in the world based on the number citations from OTHER websites (Links). Simply add a website to see where it ranks in the Majestic Million, as well as who is above and below it in the list. You can see important metrics in an up to date table. Take the screenshot below. We can see that the BBC is one place above the New York Times. A very mildly great thing for Britain, but Interestingly, BOTH traditional media outlets are slightly behind the modern technology of technorati.com – a site that tracks the world’s blogosphere:
The winners and the losers are listed in the left hand column – where we can see that taobao.com (a far eastern shopping portal) rose up one place to 95 in the world (and up to position 74 for all .com websites) on the date this snapshot was taken.
Buzz Tables: A commercial application
We have also given users the ability to compare up to 10 sites side by side. You are not limited to analysing one site at a time. You can choose ten and compare. So we saw that the BBC was JUST beating the New York Times by chance as they were beside each other in the list, but let’s compare: the BBC, CNN, the New York Times, the Guardian, the Washington Post, Technorati and theHuffington post. The data may change from day to day – but right now you can see that comparison below in a screenshot of this link.
What ELSE can you do with the Majestic Million?
Badges of honour
Everyone wants to show the world they matter, right? So we have created a little set of badges that anyone in the Majestic Million can use on their own websites to give their reader an idea of how important they are:
With the press of just a few buttons, you can grab the code. Majestic SEO’s badges are at this link.