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Best Google Chrome SEO extensions for Bloggers

Are you a new blogger or a veteran blogger and looking for ways to get your content to reach more users? Today is your lucky day as we would be sharing a few tips on certain Google Chrome SEO extensions that can help you boost organic traffic in the short and long run.

The 17 Best SEO Extensions for Google Chrome

1. Alexa

Alexa toolbar is a website analysis tool that allows you to track your website’s popularity globally and locally. Last year May, Alexa Internet’s tooltip for Global Rank stated the ranking system is based on a combination of daily visitors and pageviews on a website over a 3-month period.

Alexa toolbar also gives visibility of sites similar to your website (you can call this competitor info)

2. MozBar

This is probably one of my favourite and most used toolbar. MozBar gives visibility of key SEO data at a glimpse within Chrome browser with a click. Firstly, you are able to view On-Page SEO details like Page Meta Title and Meta description. With the MozBar you can also export SERPs into a CRV file and access analytics. Users are also able to view their website Page & Domain Authority.

2. Keywords Everywhere

This tool is useful for keyword research as it provides three different data types for keywords from Google: monthly search volume, cost per click, and Google Adwords competition.

3. SimilarWeb

SimilarWeb provides its users with web traffic and key metrics for any of their websites while searching the internet with one click. This extension is helpful for users who are in the e-commerce or blogging industry, as well as users keen on analyzing different trends across the market.

4. Redirect Path

Remember those red lines that pop up when using Microsoft Word after a grammatical error? guess what it has an SEO doppelganger known as Redirect Path. This chrome extension has the ability to flag 301, 302, 404, 500 HTTP Status Codes, Meta, and Javascript redirects highlighting potential issues immediately. This tool helps ensure there are no dead ends or endless loops on your blog

5. SEO Meta in 1 Click

With this plugin, the user is able to view all meta tags and main SEO information for a web page. While this tool is similar to Mozbar in this regard, providing the lengths of titles and descriptions, URL, headers in order of appearance, and the number of images without alt text.

6. Mangools

Mangools helps users to validate the SEO strength of websites, offering the top SEO metrics of websites using a combination of Moz and Majestic.

9. Google Trends

Trends is currently part of Google Webmaster Tools, a set of extension tools for building websites and integrating them with Google. Trends presents analytics, using graphs, on the top searches in Google from across several countries. Trends can help you identify the SEO performance on your website. You can use Trends to know the best performing topics within a particular geographic region.

10. SEMrush

SEMrush has a user interface of a dashboard, providing data on domain performance, alongside information on individual pages. One of its major features is its SEO toolkit, which allows its users to analyze what websites are linking to your website and monitor keyword ranking. It also provides on-page SEO suggestions, fitting itself into an SEO strategy nicely.

11. Serpstat

Serpstat gives its users the ability to perform SEO analysis on your blog as well as that of your competitors’. With a click of a button, the tool is able to provide a full SEO audit of a domain. Serpstat has three sections: On-page SEO parameters, page analysis, and domain analysis.

12. Ahrefs

With this Chrome toolbar, users are able to examine website properties and generate keywords, links, and ranking profiles that offer SEO improvements on your website. To receive a detailed report on an SEO metric, just click on it.

13. NinjaOutreach Lite

The free extension from NinjaOutreach makes browsers capable of advanced data mining. It offers various SEO functions such as webpage URL, title, links, meta descriptions, follower counts on social media, and monetization techniques.

14. PageSpeed Insights by Google

The use of this plugin can’t be overemphasized and its a must-have for every blogger. PageSpeed Insights is an SEO tool that provides information on desktop and mobile site speed. After running an analysis, PageSpeed Insights gives a score on the site and provides suggestions on how to make the web pages run faster.

15. Woorank

Woorank is very similar to PageSpeed Insights, providing users with suggestions for improvement on their web pages. Data such as online visibility, social media, and usability are provided, allowing users to keep track of ways to improve different metrics.

16. NoFollow

When it comes to backlinks you need to know that a Do follow backlink is what you need as a blogger or webmasters. With NoFollow, bloggers are able to see all linking pages with a nofollow metatag. You need to understand that a Nofollow link has no SEO values

17. BuzzStream

BuzzStream allows bloggers to organize and reach out to other bloggers within any niche. The extension, BuzzMarker, connects with BuzzStream to assist in building links, promoting content, and pitching influencers. This is key if you trying to reach more people or even get guest bloggers

Using these extensions will lessen your SEO stress. And many provide useful information on how to refine skills like backlink building and keyword accuracy. If you need more information on SEO and some of the terms used in this post, visit our Blog.

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