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You don’t have to use every single extension listed here, and neither do we recommend it.
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.
All in all, this extension can be your one stop solution for analyzing every single outgoing link on your website and fixing them if needed.
AMP or Accelerated Mobile Pages is an open-source coding standard designed to help publishers give their readers the best user experience.
PageSpeed Insights gives your website a “performance score” for each device and also lets you know if it’s mobile friendly. In case one of your pages has a low score, you can click on the “need more” link to look at a detailed error report.
18 – Wappalyzer.
With the help of the Tag Assistant extension, you’ll be able to see if your HTML tags have been appropriately placed within your code. It does so by recording sessions and analyzing tracking tags. In case of an error, it’ll notify you so that you can fix it.
The Wappalyzer Chrome extension tells you the technologies used by a website. It also lets you detect analytics tools, content management systems, server software and a lot more.
Tired of mundane, repetitive SEO tasks that rob you of your productivity?
The tool comes equipped with an on-page link code browser that allows you to see the source code of a link and quickly find any issues. If you want deeper analysis, you can easily export links (with their full profile) from a page in an XLSX or CSV file.
You can instantly get access to your competitor’s audience demographics, ad spend, and what geographical locations are sending them the most traffic. All of this is real data that you can trust and use confidently.
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.
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.
Google search is powered by its extremely smart RankBrain technology, which heavily focuses on user engagement factors. By using this extension, you’ll be able to track how your website’s important pages are performing and work on making them more engaging.
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.
12 – SEO Peek.
Keeping all your links in working condition is an essential part of having a healthy website. However, there are times when you will have to change your URLs for one reason or the other. This is where redirects come in.
You can run the AMP validator extension on your website to check if your pages are good to go. If a page is not optimized for AMP, it’ll show a red signal on the extension icon. It definitely can’t get easier than this.
Users and search engines, both expect a website to load quickly and efficiently. Which means, poor loading times can have a negative effect on your website’s conversion rate and may also cause your search engine rankings to tank.
If you want to send the right signals to Google and achieve/maintain good rankings in the long run, you need to have your on-page SEO in place.
Looking for free SEO-related Google Chrome extensions that help save time and get more done?
The BuzzSumo Chrome extension lets you see the number of social shares an article is generating and the number of backlinks it has managed to build.
7 – N.A.P Hunter.
The information you get from the SimilarWeb extension is valuable because it counts towards SEO. Beating your competition gets a lot easier when you know where you stand against them.
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.
When you have access to such insider information, you can use it to apply it to your own website and make the necessary changes for better, long-term SEO results.
When you’re trying to improve your website’s Google rank, the last thing you want is an SEO-related technical issue creeping in.
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.
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.
If you want to get real results with your SEO efforts, you need to go beyond your own website and look deeper into other higher-ranking sites. You need to study them and analyze what kind of platform they are using, whether they’re using Google analytics or not, etc.
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.
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.
The list contains 26 extensions, so we split them into categories for your convenience.
21. Ahrefs SEO Toolbar.
Shows how many different websites are linking to this piece of content. As a general rule, the more websites link to you, the higher you rank in Google.
A lightweight extension that highlights nofollowed links on a page. Super useful for link prospecting.
Checks if a page has an AMP version (Accelerated Mobile Page). The tool then runs the AMP validator to see if the page passes or fails.
Use these extensions to find and research keywords.
It also has a built-in Audit module that uses Google’s Pagespeed Insights API.
Just keep in mind that using too many browser extensions may slow down your computer. So, choose them wisely.
If you use a lot of extensions, you can always create multiple user profiles for different tasks. Then, you can install different extensions on each profile and switch between them as needed.
On-page SEO analyzer, broken link checker, SERP previewer, and a Google location simulator—all in one tool. But here’s one exclusive feature that can save you a lot of time: compare Google SERPs for two different countries.
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.
Check estimated traffic, traffic sources, keyword rankings, and other key stats for any website. Very useful for evaluating link opportunities.
Use these extensions for a variety of SEO tasks.
Other similar extensions: Structured Data Testing Tool.
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.
Use these extensions to monitor rankings in the SERPs.
Other similar extensions: Redirect Path, Ahrefs SEO Toolbar.
Unveils the structured metadata present on any web page. It currently supports Microdata, RDF/XML, RDFa, JSON-LD, Turtle, and POSH.
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.
23. SEO Minion.
Emulates Google searches from any location and checks if a particular URL ranks in the top 100 results. Very useful for seeing how rankings vary for a query in different parts of the world.
TextOptimizer describes itself as a writing assistant tool. It analyzes search results for relevant terms and extracts “intent tables” to suggest other words that you can use in your copy “to better match search engines’ expectations.”
Unlike many other broken link checkers, this one allows you to increase the time delay between link requests for slower page analysis. This prevents many false positives caused by server protection.
Use these extensions to improve your site from a technical standpoint.
A customer relationship manager for Gmail. Create mail merges, track emails, log interactions with leads/customers/prospects, and more. Perfect for organizing outreach campaigns.
Open multiple links on the page (in new tabs or new windows) or copy them to your clipboard. Saves a lot of time, especially when link prospecting.
This extension looks for SEO issues on the page, tells you how many there are, and lets you investigate further. The check covers meta tags, canonicals, indexability, Open Graph tags, structured data, hreflangs, page speed, and more.
Use these extensions to improve your webpages.