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The list contains 26 extensions, so we split them into categories for your convenience.

Uncovers all URLs in a redirect chain, including 301’s, 302’s and JavaScript redirects. Very useful for finding (and regaining) lost “link juice,” amongst other things.

Our Chrome Extension. It features an on-page SEO report, redirect tracer, broken link checker, and nofollowed link highlighter. Ahrefs users also get page, domain, and keyword metrics for visited URLs and search results.

1. SEOInfo.

Tracks your Google, Bing, and Yahoo searches. Then, if you perform the same search again over time, it shows ranking movements directly in the SERPs.

Creates infinite scrolling Google search results. Just scroll to the bottom of the page, and the next page of results is automatically added. Combine this with Chris Ainsworth SERPs extraction bookmarklet to easily scrape search results in bulk.

A must-have tool for those who work with JavaScript-powered websites. It compares the raw page code and its rendered version. As an SEO, you can check, for example, if JavaScript overwrites meta tags.

Scrape data from any web page using XPath or jQuery. Integrate with Google Sheets for one-click export to a spreadsheet. Or you can copy to clipboard and paste into Excel.

Use these extensions for a variety of SEO tasks.

Other similar extensions: WMS Everywhere.

10. Google Lighthouse.

Other similar extensions: Clearbit Connect, Name2Email.

Use these extensions to find and research keywords.

Use these extensions for better link prospecting, research, and management.

Mimics user-agents to check that your website displays correctly in different browsers and OS’.

21. Ahrefs SEO Toolbar.

This is not a random list of extensions. We’ve tested all of these tools and found them worthy of your attention. We also use a lot of them in our everyday work here at Ahrefs.

Audit and debug issues with website analytics and marketing tags (e.g., Google Analytics, Tag Manager, etc.) on your website. It also checks variables and on-click events.

Keyword research and SERP analysis tool. It gives away an insane amount of data for a free tool: domain-level traffic estimations in the search results, keyword volumes (both local and global), keyword suggestions, and domain-level backlink counts.

Check Moz metrics such as Domain Authority, Page Authority, and Spam Score for any web page. You can also perform custom searches, check on-page issues, extract Google SERPs, and more.

Provides pre-formatted links (for the current URL) to a bunch of popular SEO tools. A very underrated tool that reduces the need for mundane copy/pasting.

Using the Redirect Path extension, you can check if your redirects are working properly and ensure that your website visitors are having a great user experience.

This free tool shows you whether your website’s position has changed in the SERPs or not. How?

AMP is not just important for better user experience, but also for better SEO. Because ultimately, even Google wants to give its users a higher quality experience when they click-through the search results.

5 – SEO Search Simulator by NightWatch.

You don’t have to use every single extension listed here, and neither do we recommend it.

This useful extension by Google lets you check the status of different Google tags on your chosen web page. It also acts as a troubleshooter when installing Google tags such as Analytics, Tag Manager, etc.

SEO Peek automatically shows you the heading information, link tags, meta tags and helps you understand the HTTP status and meta robots. In short, it’s an SEO extension you should use if you want to go beyond general SEO.

If you want to take your SEO to the next level and apply more advanced steps, then analyzing the open structured data on your website would be a good idea. The OpenLink Structured Data Sniffer helps you achieve that goal.

Whether you’re doing SEO for your own site or for a client, you can use this extension to track your website’s ranking position in the search engine result pages in different countries. It basically simulates search engine queries from the location of your choice.

The META SEO Inspector extension is a great tool to help you find out if your meta tags are properly set up. For example, if your title tag (which happens to be the most important of them all) is too long or if the description is missing, the extension will prompt you to fix it.

10 – Page Analytics by Google.

If you want to keep your website’s technical SEO up-to-date, Redirect Path is an extension that is a must-have.

The extension, which is well-maintained and updated regularly, basically helps you get a detailed overview of your website with a click of a button. Right from your Alexa rank to keyword density to indexing information—you get everything under one roof.

SEO used to be easy in the pre-mobile era. But once technology advanced, more and more people started Googling from their mobile devices. A change that the big G adapted to by shifting to mobile first index. Which increased the importance of having a mobile website.

All in all, don’t let the simplicity of this extension fool you. You’ll truly know how helpful it is once you start using it.

9 – SERPTrends.

When you’re trying to improve your website’s Google rank, the last thing you want is an SEO-related technical issue creeping in.

Backed by robust technology, the tool gives you a lot of worthy information. SimilarWeb does this by analyzing data collected from various Internet service providers and site crawlers.

The SEO Peek extension allows you to keep a tab on the on-page SEO factors of your website or your competitors. The best part is, you do not need to dabble with the site’s HTML source to make it work.

The SERPs are a mixture of paid and free, organic search results, which happen to receive a greater share of clicks (up to 60 percent). By using this extension, you’re able to use structured data and generate more clicks to your site. It takes a little work, but totally worth the effort.

Today, if you’re doing SEO, you need to see your website from various user agent perspectives within your web browser. It’s a step you can’t afford to skip. Because in order to truly understand how your visitors will experience your website’s mobile version, you have to change your browser user agent and see.

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