Every SEO tool is different.
Some have better keyword data, some have better link data,
others give better technical suggestions … in other words, there are none
And I really mean it, even though I created Ubersuggest for you.
Also, paying a handful of SEO tools can be expensive
is not realistic.
But don't worry, today I will make your life a little easier. Here are 13 free Chrome extensions to help you with your SEO.
What is nice is that when you combine them all, you have everything you need.
So let's go.
Extension # 1: Keyword Surfer
It doesn't matter if you use Ubersuggest, Ahrefs or SEMrush.
All of these tools have one thing in common.
As a user, you have to keep coming back to them to get them
Keyword data you need.
Wouldn't it be easier if you got keyword insights and some backlink insights right in your Google browser?
Keyword Surfer gives you insights into the Google interface. So when you search for something, you see the global search volume as well as the volume in your region.
In addition, a list of suggestions and search volumes is displayed in the sidebar.
If you scroll down a bit further, you will see how many backlinks are available
Each result has a rough idea of how many links you need
Ranked in the top 10.
Extension No. 2: Moz
The domain authority is a metric created by Moz. In general, the higher your domain authority, the higher your rankings.
Moz has created a Chrome extension called Mozbar
Learn the domain and page permission for every page on the web.
This extension comes in handy when you surf the web and
Research for potential competitors as this quickly shows you how to stack
up to them and as you walk through their website you can easily spot theirs
The most authoritative pages you need to analyze.
Extension No. 3: Similar web
Popularity is everything on the web. We all want more
Although more traffic doesn't always mean more sales, in
in most cases.
I found the similar web of all tools
provides the most accurate traffic estimates compared to others.
With the "Similar Web" extension, you can now get traffic data without having to go back to your site.
The first thing you can see with this extension is traffic
Data for the past 6 months. It even breaks the bounce rate, average pages
per visit and duration of visit.
And if you scroll down, you can see in which countries the
Visitors come out.
Last but not least, it also shows you the traffic structure for each site. Does the traffic come from search engines, social media, referral sources or even direct traffic to the website?
Extension # 4: Redirect Path
Redirect Path isn't that well known for an extension, but if you're doing technical search engine optimization, it's a must.
Your URLs will change over time. Regardless of whether this comes from a new structure or whether you delete old content and consolidate your pages, this extension shows you when something goes wrong.
You can use the redirect path to quickly determine whether a redirect is incorrect or working properly.
Extension No. 5: Buzzsumo
Whether you love or hate Facebook, it's still a popular website
that can drive a lot of traffic.
If you surf the internet, you will of course read some articles. Some of them are on your competitor's website and you may be wondering if the article worked well or not.
With the Buzzsumo extension you can see how many social releases a certain article has and their backlinks.
You can even view the most popular articles on this website based on social sharing and backlink count.
This way you get a good idea of the type of content you need for production.
Extension No. 6: Meta SEO Inspector
Mistakes can really kill your traffic.
The smallest things like your meta tags can have a big impact on your rankings. You should therefore ensure that they are fully optimized.
With the Meta SEO Inspector you can quickly determine whether your meta tags are set up correctly.
As you can see from the screenshot above, errors are reported.
In this example, I quickly found that there was no open graphics meta tag on one of my pages. This means that people who share this page on the social web may not be displayed properly, which means that I don't get as much social media traffic.
Extension # 7: Check my links
Similar to the Redirect Path extension, because you spend more time on technical search engine optimization and analyzing your competition, the more link data you have, the better.
And external links are not the only ones that can contribute to the increase
It is also important to know data through internal links.
My links give you all the internal link numbers you need when
Search any page on your website (or that of your competition).
And you not only see an overview, you can also get it
Details throughout the page as this extension highlights every link.
Extension No. 8: Pagespeed Insights
The load time affects not only the conversions, but also your placements.
With almost 60% of searches done from mobile devices, your charging time is now more important than ever.
The Pagespeed Insights extension lets you quickly see what you need to do to improve your loading time on every page of your website.
And if you see a score that you don't like, just click "Need More" and you will be taken to a detailed report that gives you the following feedback:
If you find a lot of bugs you want to fix them as
Over time, it will improve your rankings.
Extension No. 9: SEO Minion
SEO is all about the long game.
Spending just 10 minutes a day making improvements can have a huge impact on your traffic a year later.
An easy way to get the job done every day is to do search engine optimization
One of the tasks that my team does via SEO Minion is broken links.
You want to fix any problems on your website. You can also use it to find broken links on other websites and then call them up to replace the broken link to a link on your website.
Another way to increase your SEO traffic is to translate your content into other languages.
This extension also breaks down Hreflang data that is needed if you target other regions and languages.
You will receive data about your on-page SEO.
Extension No. 10: SEOquake
SEOquake is the easiest way to get a detailed overview of your website.
The extension provides a detailed overview of things like your Alexa rank, index information for Google and Bing, and your SEMrush rank.
From there, you can dive into certain reports, such as a density or diagnostic report.
The density report divides the keyword density for everyone
You don't have to be obsessed with keyword density. However, if you generally don't mention a keyword you want to rank for, you probably won't rank for it.
The diagnostic report breaks down the on-page SEO elements on a specific page.
And the most common function of SEOquake is when you do one
Google search. You get information about every website that has a rank.
Expansion # 11: Ninja Outreach
No matter how much on-page SEO you do, you won't rank well if you don't create links.
I know you hate this part of search engine optimization, but getting in touch manually is one of the best ways to create links, although it can be tedious.
One way to make it easier is Ninja
Range. This extension shows you all assigned email addresses
with a specific domain.
Once you've found a relevant site you want to contact
As a backlink option, you can access your contact information with a click
Click a button and create your custom email.
Extension # 12: keywords everywhere
This is probably the most popular extension for
Keywords Everywhere is ideal for anyone doing keyword research.
Just go to Google and enter any keyword you are looking for. Keywords Everywhere shows you a laundry list with other related terms that you can also search for.
You can quickly export the list and then compile a master
List of keywords worth targeting.
What is useful about Keywords Everywhere is the data
Delivered directly to Google instead of having to switch to a specific tool.
Extension No. 13: Fatrank
Although it's a bad habit than SEOs, we're all obsessed with rankings.
If you want to track your leaderboard in a simple and free way, just set up a project on Ubersuggest.
Another simple solution to see how to rank is to use
All you have to do is go to your website, click on the Fatrank extension and enter a keyword to see if you have a rank for it.
If you rank in the top 100, you will find out exactly
If you don't, you will be informed that you are not there
the top 100.
I use this as a sample to make sure I am decent
well after a big google
There are many options when it comes to SEO. you just
have to find those that work well for you.
The extensions I mentioned are a simple start
You don't have to use all of them as this may be something
Overkill … but you can use one of them or a combination to make sure yours
Page is optimized.
What do you have to lose? Test them as soon as they are free.
What other Chrome extensions do you use regularly?