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SEOQuake gives you critical data to improve your SEO in three main areas:
High quality content that gets shared extensively on social media has a higher chance of ranking in Google. Which proves that people find it interesting. And interesting content is easier to get backlinks to.
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.
2 – Meta SEO Inspector.
One of the reasons why many fail at SEO is they fail to understand their competitors. The SimilarWeb extension makes it easy for you to analyze any website and get detailed insights into the traffic numbers, bounce rates, site time, etc.
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.
Manual outreach may seem like a mundane job, but it’s also one of the most efficient ways to grow your backlinks ethically and improve your SEO results.
The Hunter extension makes the whole outreach process a little less tedious by helping you find all the valid email addresses associated with the domain of your choice.
As you sift through websites looking for potential backlink partners, this tool fetches their contact details with a few simple clicks. Once you have a list of potential link partners, all you need to do is craft a responsive email and hit send.
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.
14 – BuzzSumo.
The list of free Chrome extensions that we shared above is by no means complete. Regardless, these SEO-related extensions to help you get the most out of your time.
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.
Taking care of your meta tags is the first step towards putting your website’s technical SEO in place.
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.
15 – OpenLink Structured Data Sniffer.
The structured data of a website is inaccessible unless you study its HTML documents. Once unlocked, this very data can be used to better your chances of showing up more in various widgets in Google. Which can obviously lead to a higher number of clicks.
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.
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.
Previously, Google allowed you to change domains to search for your keyword in different countries—not anymore. But thankfully, the free SEO Search Simulator extension by Nightwatch lets you do just that.
Since mobile responsive sites could load slower than their desktop counterparts, AMP allows you to load your website quickly on mobile devices. In other words, it loads the ‘lite version’ of your website so that your visitors are able to access information quickly and easily.
Google Global is a Firefox and Chrome Extension/Add-on for digital marketers that installs quickly and allows you to easily see what any Google search results look like in outer countries, cities and zip codes… exactly as if you were in that location. This extension is unobtrusive and the functions are only available when on a Google search results page so it will not clutter up your menu bar, right click menu or slow down your browser.
This extension has been a labor of love and we have worked very hard on improving and testing it. One “feature” that did not make this version was the ability to download the extension from the official mozilla.org site. As anyone who has ever developed a Firefox extension before will know, the sandbox waiting time is quite long. If anyone who uses this extension finds it useful and knows what the extension sandbox is, please leave a review and hopefully the next version will be available from the official site.
If anyone has any feedback, bug reports or feature requests, please feel free to let us know.
Who is it for?
The easiest way to use Google Global is to simply do a search for something on Google. When you see you search results page, simply right click anywhere on the search results page, select “Search Google Global” and select what geographic location you would like to see the results from. It is as simple as that.
There are a few options within Google Global that you can change depending on your personal browsing habits. You can open the search results in a new tab, useful for comparing results, you can add as many locations to your Google Global search options and you can also depersonalize the search results shown by Google Global.
Google Global can be used in two ways. From the context menu or from the toolbar.
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