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Majestic is one of the world's biggest tools for backlink analysis. It is not only a source of much valuable information for link builders but it also has recently started getting interested in other segments, other than links.

Majestic miner allows a Marketing Miner user to collect data in bulk for a bigger amount of URL or domains straight from the tool by linking a user account through OpenApps.





How to connect Majestic account to Marketing Miner

The process is simple: Just check the Majestic miner in the URL miners section. After clicking on the checkbox the following text should appear:

Click here and obtain your Majestic access token.

After clicking here, a user goes to the Majestic website, where he grant access to the Marketing Miner application. Then, Majestic generates a unique API key that he will, after returning to Marketing Miner, insert in to the Access token field.

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Limits of Majestic API

Majestic, within OpenApps, limits the non-paying user to free 500 queries per day. Paid tariffs' limits are much higher, see table below:

Tariff: Limit
Lite: 5 000 / month
Pro: 125 000 / month
API: 500 000 / month

Example output from Majestic miner

Miner then processes data from the Majestic tool and returns a report, similar to this one:

Miner report example

Statistics are based on whether a user used a Domain miner (then they refer to the whole domain and its subdomains) or URL miner (then they refer to URL only).

Description of columns

ExtBackLinks: Number of backlinks to a given URL / domain
RefDomains: Number of referring domains
ACRank: Predecessor of Citation flow with a similar purpose
RefIPs: Number of referring IPs
CitationFlow: Score between 0 and 100 based on how strong and quality links a website has. The higher the stronger link profile is overall.
TrustFlow: Score between 0 and 100 that determines how trustworthy link profiler a website has.
TopicalTrustFlow_Topic_0: TrustFlow, associated with the strongest category of referring websites. It can also be used to determine a primary category of a website.
TopicalTrustFlow_Topic_1: TrustFlow, associated with the strongest category of referring websites. It can also be used to determine a secondary category of a website.
TopicalTrustFlow_Topic_2: TrustFlow, associated with the strongest category of referring websites. It can also be used to determine a tertiary category of a website.
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