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Generates thousands of keyword ideas from a seed keyword by scraping autocomplete suggestions from Google, Youtube, Bing, Yahoo, Amazon, and eBay. If you’ve ever used Keyword Sheeter, you’ll already be familiar with the concept. All data can be exported to CSV.
Check estimated traffic, traffic sources, keyword rankings, and other key stats for any website. Very useful for evaluating link opportunities.
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.
6. Keyword Surfer.
Just keep in mind that using too many browser extensions may slow down your computer. So, choose them wisely.
It also has a built-in Audit module that uses Google’s Pagespeed Insights API.
Use these extensions for better link prospecting, research, and management.
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.
Despite its name, this tool has nothing to do with incoming links. It analyzes the outgoing links on a page. Like many other link checkers, it highlights all broken links red and live links green. It can also export all links on a page to a CSV or XLSX file along with their anchor text, HTTP status, and “rel” attribute for further analysis.
Other similar extensions: Redirect Path, Ahrefs SEO Toolbar.
Other similar extensions: Structured Data Testing Tool.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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 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.
I have been a big fan of Google Chrome since it was launched back in 2008. Now, it is the browser that I use most when carrying out daily SEO tasks. Chrome and SEO extensions go together like peanut butter and jelly in an Elvis style sandwich.
I have a number of chrome SEO extensions or chrome SEO browser plugins that I use on a daily basis when carrying out a variety of SEO tasks.
Although we had been lead to believe that Google Page Rank was dead, the update in December showed that Google still uses the metric and are actively updating it. The ‘Page rank status’ extension displays the current Google page rank of the page you have open in your browser.
1. Fat Rank.
The Mozbar is the chrome extension for moz.com (formally seomoz). Clicking on the icon opens a window with a set of tabs where you can examine a wide range of SEO metrics. There are tabs for:
Just before Christmas in 2013, Google admitted that sites with a poor mobile/tablet user experience would not rank well in mobile and tablet searches. If Matt Cutts is telling you to get your mobile SEO house in order, then you had better listen.
It allows you to share a webpage across a variety of social networks and bookmarking services without having to leave the page you are on. You can set it up to access multiple sites via the search window and can add services such as Facebook, Twitter, Digg, Linkedin, Google+, StumbleUpon, Google Bookmarks, Pinterest and Reddit.
This is a great tool for both keyword research and competitor on page SEO analysis.
I find it really useful for competitor analysis and for scoping their SEM footprint. Ghostery allows you to uncover which ad networks and retargeting networks a website is using and give you an insight to their SEM mix.
I find the extension really useful when doing initial SERPS research, link building, link research and competitor analysis.
I have been a big fan of Google Chrome since it was launched back in 2008. Now, it is the browser that I use most when carrying out daily SEO tasks.
There is another great element to the Mozbar SEO chrome extension; the search engine results – or SERPS – overlay. This provides MOZ Open Site Explorer data in the SERPs so you can see the basic domain metrics, domain authority, page authority and the link metrics for the page.
I find the tool really useful for initial SEO analysis, competitor auditing and examining pages and websites for the placement of links.
Other icons in the main window deal with links (you can highlight internal, external, followed and no-followed links), domain metrics and links to third-party tools including WHOIS information and Alexa data.
5. HREF Check My Links.
The extension is useful for getting a quick overview of the off page SEO metrics of any given page. I use it for initial website audits, competitor analysis and for grading pages when looking to place backlinks.
HREF check my links is a brilliant tool for broken link building and general internal link analysis. Load a webpage in chrome, click on the icon and the page is scanned for all links. Once the scan is complete, you then get the details of the total number of links, the percentage of live links and the numbers of live and broken links. The two types of links are highlighted, green for good links and red for broken links. The extension is a dream to use and I use it for broken link building and checking internal resource pages.
Fat Rank is a really simple ranking extension that checks a website’s ranking position in Google for a given keyword; what’s more, you can set the country so it’s useful no matter where you’re based. I find it great for quickly checking a keyword on the go. The tool shows you the organic ranking for the keyword and the specific URL that is being picked up.
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Clicking on the extension icon opens a tabbed set of windows that contain a wealth of great SEO information. There are tabs for SEO stats, traffic stats, site info, page info, link stats, page speed and tools. The tools tab includes WHOIS data, W3C checker and Geolocation IP information. The site info tab has data on-site security and social media metrics including delicious, Facebook likes, Google+ shares, StumbleUpon data and Twitter tweets.