6 Must Have Google Chrome SEO Extensions

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Google Chrome extensions are a best way to add features to your browsers and there are lots of SEO extensions that can help you to optimize your web pages. Using these chrome extensions you can increase page rank of your web site and get more traffic from search engines.

Here are the 6 must have Google chrome extensions.

1. Chrome SEO

The Google Chrome SEO Extension provides easy access to Search Engine Optimization Tools that can help you with Competitive Analysis, Keyword Research, Backlink Checks, PageRank Checks and other daily SEO tasks.

chrome seo 6 Must Have Google Chrome SEO Extensions

2. SEO Site Tools

Using this chrome extension you can check On-Page / External metrics, Social Media info, PR / numbering on Yahoo, Bing, Google SERPs.Extends WMT, YSE and GA with metrics.

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3. SEO & Website Analysis

SEO report is an extension for Google Chrome™ done by WooRank that provides a very deep SEO report for any given website.

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4. SEO Status Pagerank/Alexa Toolbar

SEO Status is lightweight. It will check the Google Pagerank (PR) & Alexa rank for every page. Using this will increase your Alexa.

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5. SeoQuake

Displays the Google PageRank, Alexa rank and other SEO parameters of any webpage, highlights nofollow links, text density, check and compare urls.

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6. Keyword Eye

The tool will return keyword ideas for a keyword or URL in a cloud format where search volume is indicated by the size of the keyword and competitiveness by colour.

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There are 5 comments for this article
  1. Jim at 6:27 pm

    All tools I use in Chrome! One I feel Chrome is lacking is Firefox's Web Developer tool. It is available for Chrome but is missing some of the functionality.

  2. Michael_Martin at 6:22 pm

    Nice to see how many options are out there for it. I've been using FireFox as my browser for adding loads of extensions to, but kept Chrome vanilla so it stays ultra fast. Have you noticed any speed issues with adding many extensions to it?

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