The 22 Best SEO Extensions for Google Chrome

Google Chrome is an excellent tool for SEO. It’s fast and simple. You can use it in your everyday SEO routine - there are many different SEO extensions for Google Chrome.

The main thing is not to install all of them. Just try few of them and choose the best extension that will fit your needs and use it for your daily SEO tasks.

Here are the best Google Chrome SEO extensions that I found.

1. SeoQuake

SeoQuake download page.

I think that this one is number one. SeoQuake is a SEO extension (toolbar) for Google Chrome, it shows PR, Alexa rank, Yahoo Backlinks and other of SEO parameters, also works right in search engine result page.

Here is a full list of SeoQuake: Google PageRank, Google Index, Yahoo links, Yahoo linkdomain, Bing index, Alexa Rank, Webarchive age, Delicious index, Whois link, Page source, SEMRush rank, Nofollow links.

2. SeoQuake Lite

If you need light version of SeoQuake, you can download SeoQuake Lite here, it’s fast and simple.

Display the Google PageRank and Alexa rank of any webpages, in your browser (right-bottom).
It’s similar the SearchStatus for FireFox but it works in Chrome.

3. Chrome SEO

You can download Chrome SEO here.

This extension is one my favorite. Chrome SEO can help you with Competitive Analysis, Keyword Research, Backlink Checks, PageRank Checks and other daily SEO tasks.

More than 100,000 webmasters and SEO specialists use Chrome SEO.

Google Chrome SEO is an extension for the webmaster interested in SEO. It has huge list of features: Keyword Research Tool, Highlight NoFollow links, The number of Pages Indexed, The number of Backlinks, Current Traffic and Rankings, Social Bookmark counts, Cached Versions of the page, Domain Details like DNS, IP, Whois, Server Location.

Chrome SEO works with the following sources:, Alexa Rank, Compete Rank, CoralCDN, Ask, Baidu, Bing, Delicious, Digg, Dmoz, Google PageRank, MajesticSEO, Open Site Explorer, Quantcast, SEMRush, SEOmoz, Linkscape, StumbleUpon, Technorati, WebCite, Yandex Quotation Index, Yahoo.

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It’s Time to Add Google Buzz to Your SEO Toolbox

A few days ago Google has announced new service - Google Buzz. It appears now in every Gmail account. Since then, millions of Gmail users have checked Buzz out.

It’s Time to Add Google Buzz to Your SEO Toolbox

More than 9 million of posts and comments were created for the first two days after launching Google Buzz.

So how will Google Buzz help your search marketing efforts?

Let’s start with the obvious. Buzz is completely new tool that helps you create your own social network based on your Gmail contacts. It will also help you to increase the audience of your blog.

Google Buzz allows users to post views and share it with the public or a specific group. You can create a buzz by boosting the views with images, videos and link extensions.

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8 Tips for Getting in Google’s Real-Time Search Results

There are few ways to get found in Google’s real-time searches. The main idea - you have to get people talking about your website.

8 Tips for Getting in Google’s Real-Time Search Results

Google’s real-time search is all about Twitter and Facebook, so go ahead and join by opening up Facebook and Twitter accounts. Without it you couldn’t get in real time search results.

1. Integrate Twitter with your website

The first thing you have must do - add a Twitter retweet button to your site. It’ll help to spread the word about your content. I prefer Tweetmeme retweet button. You can also integrate your Twitter conversations with your website. The best way to do that is to add Twitter gadget. The more tweets you get - the more chances your site has to appear in search engine’s result pages.

2. Use Twitter #hashtags

Seacrh engine optimization will now play an even bigger role in real-time search. Twitter hashtags will now appear in search results, and if your tweets are tagged - they can drive additional targeted visitors to your website and help to get quality backlinks.

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What Google’s Real Time Search Means to SEO

Twitter and Google’s Real-Time Search are this year’s main buzz and so far it doesn’t seem to be going anywhere. Google has announced it’s real time search feature on 7th of December, 2009.

What Google’s Real Time Search Means to SEO

Real time search brings a dynamic stream of real-time content to enhance regular search results. Google users can see a scrollable area on the Google results page.

I like the idea of real-time results in Google SERPs. I’m sure that new feature extends the usefulness of search engines.

What Google’s Real Time Search Means to SEO now and in the future?

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