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Majestic Backlink Analyzer 2.0.3 No Restart
Majestic Backlink Analyzer gives instant insight into the number of backlinks and domains linking to the URL and domain you are currently browsing. Majestic users can drill down to see the links, topics and add them to their Majestic bucket list.
About this Add-on
This extension from Majestic gives you a really fast way to see the strength of any page based on its backlink information. Because Majestic crawls the whole web, it does not have to rely on a third party for the data. You can immediately see the Trust Flow™ or Citation Flow™ score for any web page directly on the URL bar and you can see summary information about the number of domains and URLs linking to this page.
Information provided free includes: Link Profile charts, Link counts at the URL, Subdomains and Root level and the two Flow Metrics™ scores from 0-100 for pages you visit (speed limits apply.).
Majestic subscribers can very easily link their account to the extension and can then see more detail about links to the page your browser is on. including:
Backlink Detail: A list of the 10 strongest backlinks to the page (with a link to more), including the URL, anchor text, Citation Flow, Trust Flow and the dates first and last seen. The "First Seen" date is relative to the Fresh Index in Majestic, so is never more than 60 days old.
Anchor Text Detail: A List of the 10 strongest Anchor texts (with a link to more) used in links to the URL, including the link counts and domain counts linking with this text and the relative Citation Flow and Trust Flow associated with these links.
Tools: You can easily delve deeper into URLs by using many of Majestic SEO's backlink analysis tools directly from the extension.
When installed, look for the star on the BOTTOM RIGHT CORNER of our browser window.
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