Majestic SEO

Majestic SEO

May 20, 2011 03:00 ET

World's First League Table of Internet Sites Launched

LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM--(Marketwire - May 20, 2011) - Forget Chelsea and Manchester United, what marketers want to know is whether Tesco outranks Walmart and if Pepsi is closing in on Coca-Cola, according to Dixon Jones, Marketing Director of Majestic SEO, the world's most comprehensive source of backlinks information.

The company has announced Majestic Million, a Buzz table, of internet sites which ranks the top million global websites according to their connections from other sites.

Dixon Jones says that UK Marketers, PR Agencies, Business Analysts and Media Commentators will be noting with pleasure that the BBC sits one place above the mighty New York Times while being mystified as to how noparking.com can have achieved a top 100 league position.

"The Buzz table shows both a global ranking of the top million websites and its position amongst all sites in that country's top level domain (TLD).

Further data shows the number of domains found linking to the site over the previous 30 days of "crawling" and the combined links from within those domains.

There are plenty of surprises in the table and it will show that even the biggest brands cannot be complacent when it comes to their direction of travel.

The table is updated every day so as an international metric of who's talking to and about you, it's out there on its own. It provides a benchmark of how your site is performing and a comparative measure against your competitors".

Majestic SEO's Buzz table is available at www.majesticseo.com under the "Majestic Million" tab and the data may surprise some analysts, for example that Tesco isn't number one in its market sector.

The company anticipates that the Buzz table will become a permanent fixture for many businesses as a unique piece of marketing insight and arguably the most advanced way of assessing brand awareness and reputation in the internet age.

"In this era of prolific social networking", says Dixon Jones, "what matters more, current market share or the "buzz" around your company and its products?"

Contact Information

  • Dixon Jones
    Faraday Wharf, Holt Street
    Birmingham Science Park Aston
    B7 4BB
    +44 (0) 121 2505767