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Dixon
Global Brand Ambassador at . shows you all the websites that link to you and the ones that link to your competition. Very useful.
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Dixon Aug 3
Will be interesting to see if this propogates to other users. Obviously I have confidence in the algorithm, although it is not prefect of course. But it is independent of Google's perspective. Also... forget DOMAIN stats. PAGE level is where it is at (imho).
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Dixon Jul 18
Ooh! New metric from “average referring domains per IP” Slipped in to new release:
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Dixon Jul 18
Replying to @DropboxSupport
When I started using Dropbox, all files were always available for offline viewing (except on mobile). Those were good days! :) but thx for engaging so well.
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Dixon Jul 17
Replying to @DropboxSupport
But you have added features that (for me at least) make it worse. Now keeping a copy offline seems to no longer start up, for example (but that may be me...). So it is LESS useful. Loved it for its simplicity. Learning not to love it for too many new features.
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Dixon Jul 17
But - I don't WANT to change my price plan. I don't want you to change ANYTHING :( ?
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Sean Dolan Nov 7
OGs of Pubcon. Please RT so I can win a trip for our 7th year anniversary next week in the picture contest.
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Dixon Jul 11
Blimey! I feel weirdly flattered that someone is spamming about links in my name! Is this some new fangled black hat retribution for something? :) When I was young, that would have given me sleepless nights. Now I think it’s a news opportunity!
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Dixon Jul 11
Replying to @Charles_SEO @Moz and 2 others
And we thank you for that. :)
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Dixon Jul 11
Replying to @Charles_SEO @Moz and 2 others
At we do not let you have your link data for free if your host blocks us. .
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Dixon Jun 20
I think also has 40-50 filtering rules if you use the newer DownloadBacklinks command:
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Dixon Jun 20
Replying to @rjonesx @robkerry and 3 others
we don’t use GetIndexItemInfo actually see link details. GetBacklinkData works well for that. Using Majestic’s API efficiently can get you a lot further.
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Dixon Jun 19
Replying to @TheHodge @jonoalderson
You decided to work in Nijmegen, ! You get what you are given! :)
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Dixon Jun 19
Thx Rob. It is true. has a dramatically lower data cost for most types of use. This in part is because we specialize in the link data only, so you are not paying for rank checking and an expenisive third party) keyword datafeed.
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Dixon Jun 11
Come back to speak! You're industry needs you! Also - I'm probably off, so there's a space at the table.
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Dixon Jun 11
Hah!
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Dixon Jun 11
FFS! Damien was supposed to be texting you - I saw him doing it! We went to the hotel restaurant... Mainly because Damien was in change and said so!
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Dixon May 24
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Dixon May 20
Testing out the new in Bletchley.
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Dixon May 11
Replying to @tehseowner @Majestic
OK thanks. We haven’t been able to replicate yet, but I’ve passed back that you saw the subdomain taking time to resolve. It shouldn’t be slow... even in Florida...
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Dixon May 10
can you follow back so we can DM and follow up this? The site SHOULD be fast so worth a traceroute. Cc
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