Majestic SEO Launches Search Explorer; SEO Link Tool Through Keyword Search

majestic-seo-logo-1Majestic SEO, a popular link explorer tool for SEOs and webmasters, announced the launch of Search Explorer.

Search Explorer is a search engine they designed to allow SEOs and webmasters to search by keyword or phrase, and the results would be ranked by Majestic SEO’s own linkage metrics. The purpose is to show which web sites rank the highest for a specific keyword based mostly on their own linkage data.

The rankings will be mostly based on Majestic SEO’s own “Flow Metrics” analysis of the links.

The announcement will officially be made at PubCon in Las Vegas tomorrow at 3pm local time.

Dixon Jones, the Marketing Director of Majestic SEO told me they do not have access to personalized data or full text caching for a page. Search Explorer does not license Yahoo Search data to bring in contextual text context to the mix, because linkage data, while very telling, doesn’t always tell you the complete story.

The new tool is expected to go live tomorrow around 3pm Las Vegas time, and we’ll add a link when that’s available.

Here is a screen shot of what Search Explorer may look like when it launches:

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Related Topics: Channel: SEO | SEM Tools: Links

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  • http://www.seo-theory.com/ Michael Martinez

    Not even a link to their blog?

  • Allan Akers

    Will be very useful.

  • http://www.animhut.com Sri Ganesh.M

    Where can i get a link to the source ?

  • http://searchengineland.com/ Danny Sullivan

    Well, there’s nothing on the blog. As Barry noted, there’s nothing to even point at until 3pm PT. But we did add a link to Majestic SEO’s site for now.

  • http://www.seo-theory.com/ Michael Martinez

    I just thought a link would be appropriate. :)

  • http://www.imspgh.com/ Pittsburgh SEO

    Exciting times! Been a fan of Majestic for awhile now. Can’t wait to test this out!

  • http://www.orzilberman.com/ or zilberman

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