Google Chrome is one of the most popular web browsers around, with millions of users and growing daily. If you have been looking to optimize your SEO and marketing efforts in 2022, then it’s important to learn about the top Google Chrome extensions that can help you do just that.
While there are dozens of these available, we’ve compiled a list of seven that we think to stand out from the rest. Here, we will cover extensions to analyze On-page SEO, link building, and technical SEO. Let’s jump right in!
Ubersuggest is one of my favorite SEO Chrome extensions and something that I use on a daily basis. With this extension, you can extract massive amounts of keyword ideas related to your business domain.
If you’re just starting out in SEO and need more targeted keywords for your business, I highly recommend using Ubersuggest to brainstorm new search terms for organic traffic.
Especially this chrome extension will help you in both keyword research and analyzing on-page SEO.
Key Features of Ubersuggest
- Content ideas
- Google keywords
- Amazon keywords
- YouTube keywords
- Top ranking pages
- Keyword analysis and details
- Site audits
- Backlink profiles
- Search volume
- Highly-targeted keyword suggestions
- The average number of backlinks
- Domain score
Mangools is a Chrome extension that delivers an impressive amount of information to SEO experts, including keyword position tracking and social media traffic stats.
Their free Chrome extension provides quick access to keyword rankings and other data across several search engines at a time. It’s still easy to use, even for those with less experience in SEO or PPC marketing.
Here you will get a lot of SEO tools like
- DOMAIN AUTHORITY Checker
- COMPETITOR’S KEYWORDS
- BACKLINK CHECKER TOOL
- ON-PAGE SEO ANALYSIS
- KEYWORD DENSITY CHECKER
- BROKEN LINK CHECKER
- RANK TRACKING TOOL
3. Keywords Everywhere
Keywords Everywhere is a free Chrome extension that places keywords right in front of your eyes on websites you’re visiting. You can easily copy and paste them into tools like Moz’s Keyword Explorer or Ubersuggest to find more traffic opportunities, leads, and customers for your business. I was skeptical at first but now it’s become one of my favorite SEO tools. Give it a try today!
Key features of Keyword Everywhere
- SEO Difficulty metrics
- Trend chart, Related keywords
- People also search for
- Trending keywords
- Long-tail keywords
- organic traffic
4. Similar Web
SimilarWeb extension helps you find important data about any website, such as traffic stats, which keywords are being used to drive that traffic, and how well those terms are doing it. You can also see how a site stacks up against its competition in real-time.
This is one of my favorite Chrome extensions for SEO because it gives me valuable insight into what’s working for other sites in my niche. I use it all day long! It’s perfect for competitive research and finding new opportunities.
Key Features of Similarweb
- Website Rank
- Visits Over Time
- Traffic Sources
- engagement rate
- keyword ranking
You should be using whatsmyserp to measure your SERP. It’s a Chrome extension that lets you quickly access your rank, data, search volume, and more.
We love how easy it is to use! The Chrome Extension What’s My SERP? (whatsmyserp) is a great tool for any marketer who wants to keep an eye on their SERPs. With one click, you can see your current ranking for any keyword in all of Google’s search results. There are plenty of other useful features built into Whatsmyserp like it showing related keywords, search volume, and CPC data. You can also set countries wise filters.
Key features of Whatsmyserp
- Keyword difficulty
- Search volume
- SERP rankings
Buzzsumo is one of my favorite Chrome extensions for SEO. With Buzzsumo, you can create a free account and search through social media sites like Facebook, Twitter, Reddit, and others to find popular topics by using keywords that describe your industry.
If you run an eCommerce site and want to post interesting news stories to your company’s social media profiles that are related to fashion or electronics (use keywords), then Buzzsumo is a great resource for learning what people are searching for on those platforms. If you’re looking for content ideas, Buzzsumo can help with that too! I use it all of the time to find trending topics in my industry so I can write about them on my own website.
Key features of Buzzsumo
- Social share count
- Backlink count
- Most shared content
- Analyze top-performing content formats
The MozBar Chrome Extension is a must-have tool for any serious SEO professional. It allows you to view many different metrics on a page at once, including Page Authority, Domain Authority, Keyword Density, and more.
All of these metrics allow you to gauge how well optimized a page or piece of content is (or isn’t). The MozBar Chrome Extension makes it easy to view all of these metrics without having to go through several different tabs or pages in your browser.
Key features of MozBar
- Check Page Authority and Domain Authority
- Access and compare link metrics across pages
- Followed, No-Followed, External, or Internal link count
- HTTP status
- Keyword Difficulty
- SERP analysis
- content suggestions
- CSV export
These are the best free chrome extension that I use regularly for analyzing On-page, off-page, and technical SEO. Most of the extension is free to use and some of them have a premium version where you will get more data.
I recommend you to use the whatsmyserp and ubersuggest as the data provided by these tools are accurate and Free to use.
Which among the chrome extension do you like the most, do let me know in the comment section.
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