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This tool gives the option to view titles and so on as well, but the interesting thing is that the size of images is also taken into account. Page speed is very important for SEO, so images that are only a few KBs in size are important.

If you’re already quite familiar with SEO, this tool can indeed be very useful, especially if you use the paid version, which offers a lot of useful information.

There are all sorts of free SEO tools available as extensions for Google Chrome. What we have to keep in mind is that there isn’t really any particular tool that is free and helps solve all your SEO problems. Unfortunately, you have to use several tools for that. However, the tools we reviewed in this article are quite handy and have also received positive feedback by other website operators that have tried them.

The only feature this tool offers is to see how your URL ranks in the search results of different countries and languages.

789 reviews and a score of 4.8 20,000+ users Only available in English Free of charge.

Loading speed.

443 reviews and a score of 5 stars 100,000+ users Available in 6 languages Completely free of charge.

Serpstat Website SEO Checker is not very extensive, but it is a very user-friendly tool. A disadvantage of this tool is that it always closes so you have to click on the extension again and again. This may not be the most convenient thing depending on your work habits.

Furthermore, the tool provides a lot of information that may not be easy to understand for SEO beginners. However, there are question marks everywhere that you can click to get access to more information.

This tool is pretty simple: when it opens, a new screen that looks like Google’s search engine pops up and an additional menu is displayed on the right of your screen.

693 reviews and a score of 5 stars 100,000+ users Only available in English Free of charge.

Are you fairly new to the world of SEO? We can help! Check out our free whitepaper which is a basic introduction to SEO and SEA. Click the button below!

There is also the option to see how your website will appear in Google’s search results (SERPs) and you can see how certain keywords look in different countries and languages. You can even compare two countries/languages. This is particularly useful if you sell your products in different markets.

To use this extension, you will be redirected to a new tab. Even if you click on the extension via your website, you still have to enter the URL yourself.

The different tabs give you a good overview of your data.

Checkbot will take a few seconds to crawl your page.


When you are on your website, you just need to click on the extension in your toolbar. It will then open a pop-up window on the page itself.

It also comes in quite handy that almost everything can be seen while being on your own website, meaning that you don’t need to switch between multiple tabs in your browser.

With this extension you can keep track of general things concerning SEO. For example, titles, links, headers and so on. You can also see where the links on your page are, if there are any broken links and if they are redirects, for example. These kinds of issues can cost you a good ranking!

(Please note that all information in this article is current at the time of writing. When you look for yourself, the numbers, features and other details may vary.)

If you click on a particular feature, you also remain on your website and only continue in the tool’s menu. Only the features that allow you to view the location of SERPs will take you to another website.

Also, the free version lacks some options and is quite limited.

This tool is very user-friendly because you can easily see everything you need. An additional advantage is that the tool displays very little information that you don’t need.

Loading speed.

In general, this tool loads instantly, which means you can see all the information straight away. Only the link checker feature needs a few seconds to load.

There is also a ‘speed’ button that looks at the loading time of your website and how you can improve this.

In addition, you also have the possibility to check what language is used in your coding, the hreflang. This language can be especially helpful for visually impaired users because the reading software picks it up.

In this article, we’ll review the freemium versions of these extensions, many of which can be upgraded to a premium version.

It is a matter of taste which one will work best for you. That’s why we recommend you to try out different tools to figure out which ones suit your needs and help you improve your SEO best!

When using SEO Minion, you need to go to the page you want to view for SEO and then click on the extension in your toolbar. A menu on the page itself will show up, displaying a couple of features.

Finally, the tool offers you a security check-up for your website and how you can improve it.

The tool doesn’t take much time to load.

Check estimated traffic, traffic sources, keyword rankings, and other key stats for any website. Very useful for evaluating link opportunities.

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.

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.

It also has a built-in Audit module that uses Google’s Pagespeed Insights API.

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

18. SimilarWeb.

Use these extensions to improve your site from a technical standpoint.

Finds email addresses associated with the website that you’re visiting. You get 50 free credits per month. There’s also a Google sheets add-on for fast bulk checking.

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.

Use these extensions to monitor rankings in the SERPs.

Use these extensions for other random SEO tasks that don’t fall into the categories above.

Audits your page and suggests improvements related to performance, accessibility, developer best practices, and of course, SEO.

Other similar extensions: WMS Everywhere.

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.

Unveils the structured metadata present on any web page. It currently supports Microdata, RDF/XML, RDFa, JSON-LD, Turtle, and POSH.

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.

12. OpenLink Structured Data Sniffer.

A customer relationship manager for Gmail. Create mail merges, track emails, log interactions with leads/customers/prospects, and more. Perfect for organizing outreach campaigns.

Use these extensions to improve your webpages.

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.

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.

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.

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.”

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.

3. Hreflang Tag Checker.

Other similar extensions: Clearbit Connect, Name2Email.

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.

Just keep in mind that using too many browser extensions may slow down your computer. So, choose them wisely.

Use these extensions to find and research keywords.

Use these extensions for a variety of SEO tasks.

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.

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

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.

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