Google Chrome Extensions 24 New SEO Plugins

Jan 27, 2010   //   by MichDe   //   Google, SEO Blog, SEO tools  //  94 Comments

seo-logo2 Chrome Seo for modern search engine optimizers, search engine marketers and webmasters. Now more than ever seo is tied directly to the live web and real-time actions. Blog farms and scrapers, gave way to mass social spam and vote rigging. Brokering links was safe, then unsafe for Google whitehat seo, and everything in between. Page rank was abandoned even though its still with us. No-follow links and page sculpting turned out to be a shame, even with proof of concept.

Now oddly like once before we must track the structure and wider statistics. Serp rank, page rank, site rankings and social authority all now weigh against the new real-time focus. Links are still important but reputation global impact and social reach are just as much a search ranking factor in modern search analysis.

seo-for-chrome Google’s chrome browser has been with us now for many month but only recently opened the extension arsenal to the world. Social tools, blog extensions, seo plugins and more can all be found. That was half the problem. With so many changes happening every day in the world of search more than the same old tools were needed. With so many old idea once again seeing the light of viable search marketing use, the old tools were sorely needed.

After weeks of trolling the Google extensions directory I was able to round up a multi-layer seo toolkit of chrome extensions. Combine they can take a large chunk of dismay in your conversion to chrome, the extensions we need to assess our clients sites, links and reputation are now includable. The list includes three sections of focus, seo data, site research and technical helpers for the search marketers and seo’s trade.

The SEO ranking and Analysis Section:

Chrome SEO

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

Current functions list:

  • Pages Indexed on: Bing, Google, Yahoo
  • Backlinks as reported by : Alexa, Bing, Google, MajesticSeo, Yahoo
  • Current Traffic and Rankings as reported by : Alexa, Compete, Google PageRank, Quantcast, SEMRush, Technorati
  • Social Bookmark counts on : Delicious, Digg, Dmoz, StumbleUpon,
  • Cached Versions of the website from : Archive.org, CoralCDN, Google, WebCite
  • Domain Details such as : DNS, IP Address, Server Location, Whois details


Kuber PageRank Checker

29001

This handy SEO tool shows you the Google PageRank of webpages beside the address box. If the PageRank of the page in current tab is not available, the tool shows the PageRank of the domain instead, prefixed with ‘S’. The PageRank value is cached locally, so it doesn’t have to hit the server every time you switch tab. Moreover, click the icon Alexa rank of the site is displayed in dropdown, as well as links-in number and WHOIS check link. [link] Developer website

META SEO inspector

80091

50901 Meta data is not just the usual HTML meta tags, but the XFN tags, various microformats, the recently introduced canonical attribute, the no-follow links and so on.

This extension is mainly aimed at web developers that need to verify the description tag of their site to follow the Webmasters’ Google Guidelines, SEO, or even to who is curious about page contents that are usually not visible, but can reveal interesting site properties.

Alerts are showed when the meta data is not within certain ranges, for example when the description tag is too short, or too long.

There are links to info-sites ( mainly SEO-oriented ) pointing to the exact page about the site you are watching. [link] Developer website

PageRank

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The ‘Fastest’ and very light weight. It shows Google page rank on toolbar. [link] Developer website

SEO

71

This Chrome SEO plugin implements the SEO Playground Tool (Bookmarklet) by David Naylor. Making it easier to use in Chrome. [link] Developer website

SeoQuake Lite

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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. SeoQuake Lite is FAST and SIMPLE [link] Developer website

SeoQuake

3001

Inclusion of parameters in SERPs: After submission of the query into the search engine user is presented with SERP with search results. SeoQuake shows values of the parameters for search results under each result shown on SERP.

74001

SeoQuake is a Chrome extension, which allows user to view a large number of SE parameters on the fly. Displays the Google PageRank, Alexa rank and other SEO parameters of any webpage, highlights nofollow links.

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SeoQuake is Chrome SEO extension aimed primarily at helping web masters who deal with search engine optimization (SEO) and internet promotion of web sites. SeoQuake allows it’s users to obtain and investigate many important SEO parameters of the internet project under study on the fly, save them for future work, compare them with the results, obtained for other, competitive, projects.

Beginner web masters and seos will find SeoQuake useful for estimating effectiveness and competitive ability of their SEO efforts. In the hands of professional SeoQuake will become a powerful and indispensable tool for analyzing optimization and promotion level of internet web-projects. [link] Developer website

Full list of SEO parameters:

  • Google PageRank
  • Google Index
  • Yahoo links
  • Yahoo linkdomain
  • Bing index
  • Alexa Rank
  • Webarchive age
  • Delicious index
  • Whois link
  • Page source
  • SEMRush rank
  • Nofollow links

SEO SERP

20501

A simple tool to quickly check the position of a list of sites given a keyword. For example, on the sample image you can see Wikipedia ranking #3 and Amazon ranking 16 for the keyword "lcd".

Countries available:
com, brazil, india, japan, uk, germany, spain, france, italy, netherland [link] Developer website

SEO Status Pagerank/Alexa Toolbar

10051

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

The PageRank and Alexa rank do not rely on a third-party website to gather its data, but retrieves it from Google and Alexa directly. When the button is clicked, it shows more data such as an Alexa traffic graph, ranking number, and useful tools for the avid webmaster. [link] Developer website

When you click the extension icon it will show the additional information:

  • Alexa rank number
  • Google PR and PR bar
  • Backlinks link
  • Whois link
  • Domain availabiliy for other TLDs

The Section of Google Chrome Research and Metrics Tools

Analytics Helper

14001

Detects if Google Analytics script is installed on page. Displays a notification in the omnibar if a Google Analytics UA code is detected in the web page, if no UA script is found, the icon is not shown either. Hover over the notification icon to see list of UA codes detected. [link]

BuiltWith Technology Profiler

23001 Find out what the website you are visiting is built with using this extension.

BuiltWith is a web site profiler tool. Upon looking up a page, BuiltWith returns all the technologies it can find on the page. BuiltWith’s goal is to help developers, researchers and designers find out what technologies pages are using which may help them to decide what technologies to implement themselves.

The BuiltWith Chrome Extension lets you find out what a website is built with by a simple click on the builtwith icon!

BuiltWith technology tracking includes widgets (snap preview), analytics (Google, Nielsen), frameworks (.NET, Java), publishing (WordPress, Blogger), advertising (DoubleClick, AdSense), CDNs (Amazon S3, Limelight), standards (XHTML,RSS), hosting software (Apache, IIS, CentOS, Debian). [link]

Chrome Flags

13001

Chrome Flags displays a country flag indicating about the physical location of the websites you’re visiting. The extension also provides access to detailed information regarding the website’s servers, owners, traffic and trustworthiness.

During visiting a web page you’ll notice a flag icon on the address bar. That flag tells you where the server you’re visiting is actually hosted. [link]

If you click on the flag, a popup menu provides quick links to additional details:

  • IP address.
  • Who owns it (whois)
  • Web analytic information from Google Trends, Quantcast, Compete and Alexa.
  • McAfee Site Advisor.
  • Users opinion from WOT – Web Of Trust

DNS.l4x.org Resolver

001

With the ‘DNS.l4x.org Resolver’ extension you can handily look-up DNS records of the page you’re viewing. The extension can show you IPv4 and IPv6 addresses, mail-servers (MX), aliases (CNAME) and nameservers (NS). The addresses are retrieved and link to https://dns.l4x.org, where further information, like whois excerpts and screenshots can be found. The small badge next to the icon informs you in a blink of an eye of the number of found records. As an extra feature, the extension will also show you your externally visible IP address.

Privacy: The extension will securely contact https://dns.l4x.org (Run privately by the author of this extension) if you open the popup to retrieve the necessary data. No personal data is collected, and the IP addresses of the requests will not be linked to the retrieved domain names. If you want the small badge with the number of records, you have to activate it under the options dialog as it sends a request for _each_ new domain you’re visiting. Results are cached. [link] Developer website

Domain Details

10201

Shows server’s IP address, country flag, software, headers, and provides links to whois reports [link] Developer website

Domain Details provides the following information on the site you are visiting:

  • Server IP Address
  • Server’s Location. Based on a Geo IP database in the extension, does not poll an external service.
  • Server Software. Shows icons for common servers.
  • View server response headers within the extension
  • Domain Whois Links
  • Additional links to useful domain information

SitezMeter

4001

SitezMeter displays traffic charts from Google Trends, Alexa and Compete side by side, as well as ranks. [link] Developer website

This browser companion provides users with extensive information about web sites traffic – instantly find out how popular a web site is, its rank, and how fast it is growing.

With SitezMeter you can quickly compare traffic of up to 3 websites.

SitezMeter is a handy tool to webmaster, web site owner and SEO/SEM specialists.

 

HostTitle

An extension that appends the hostname of the site to the title bar. [link] Developer website

Site Information Tool

10001

Shows information about the current page (PageRank, Alexa rank, IP info, server response headers, whois and other SEO parameters) Site Information Tool button allows one to explore the most valuable information about the current opened page. [link] Developer website

Site Information Tool includes:

  • Rankings information (Google PageRank, Alexa rank, Compete.com rank, Quantcast rank, Technorati rank)
  • IP address information (IP, network name & range, country)
  • Linking information (indexed pages count, inbound links count, etc.)
  • Server response headers
  • Page information (title, meta tags, size)
  • This page in social networks (del.icio.us, digg.com)
  • Domain whois information (domain nameservers, registrant & owner information)
  • Feed subscribers count
  • List of top performing keywords in Google
  • Competitors list

Social Graph Analyzer

1001

Discover profile pages whose owner is similar to the page you’re currently browsing. Try Twitter, FriendFeed, Facbook or similar site to start analysis. [links] Developer website

WOT (web of Trust)

Web of Trust is a safe browsing tool, which warns you about risky sites that cheat customers, deliver malware or send spam. [link] Developer website

50011

WOT’s safe browsing tool warns you about risky sites that can’t be trusted: Online shops that cheat customers; download sites that deliver malware; sites that send spam; and those with inappropriate content for kids.
Millions of members of the WOT community rate websites based on their experiences, giving you an extra layer of protection when browsing or searching the Web. The WOT add-on provides reputation ratings to search results when you use Google, Yahoo!, Bing, Wikipedia and other popular sites. Your Gmail, Yahoo! mail and Hotmail account is also protected.

Technical and Helper Tools Section:

Chromeleon User-Agent Spoofer

101

Chromeleon is a navigator.userAgent and navigator.vendor spoofing extension. This allows Chrome users to access sites that intentionally or unintentionally serve incompatible content or block Chrome. The extension allows you to set a specific filtering list, so Chromeleon will automatically switch user-agent strings based on the domain or URL you specify. Also, it will use and auto-update a list of sites known to use incorrect user-agent sniffing (which can be disabled.)

Chromeleon does not modify HTTP headers because the Chrome Extensions API doesn’t yet have a way to change them. Sites that sniff user-agent strings at the network level will see through the spoofing. Fortunately, most sites just detect the user-agent at the JavaScript level. [link] Developer website

iMacros for Chrome

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80001 iMacros was designed to automate the most repetitious tasks on the web. If there’s an activity you have to do repeatedly, just record it in iMacros. The next time you need to do it, the entire macro will run at the click of a button!

With iMacros, you can quickly and easily fill out web forms, remember passwords, create a webmail notifier, and more. You can keep the macros on your computer for your own use, use them within bookmark sync / Xmarks or share them with others by embedding them on your homepage, blog, company Intranet or any social bookmarking service as bookmarklet. [link] Developer website

1002 Popular uses are as web macro recorder, form filler on steroids and highly-secure password manager (256-bit AES encryption). Web developers use iMacros for web regression testing, performance testing and web transaction monitoring. It can also be combined with Google Speed Tracer, Firebug and other web development and test tools. XPath support is included.

iMacros can be combined with Greasemonkey style content scripts and the macros can be started via the command line e. g. via the Windows task scheduler, batch files or a Linux crown job. You can combine iMacros with ad-blocking extensions like AdBlock, FlashBlock and AdThwart to speed up the web browsing.

Macros recorded with iMacros for Chrome can be replayed in iMacros for IE and iMacros for Firefox without changes! All iMacros versions combined have millions of active users, making it the most popular web browser automation tool.

Search Center

01

Quick Search of common sites & search engines without having to re-type your search every time. Remembers your last search, or what text you have selected. Can add custom sites from the options page. [link] Developer website

Session Manager

1

With Session Manager you can quickly save your current browser state and reload it whenever necessary.
You can manage multiple sessions, rename or remove them from the session library.
Each session remembers the state of the browser at its creation time, i.e the opened tabs and windows.
Once a session is opened, the browser is restored to its state. [link]

Some common usage:

  • Create sessions for daily routines: Pages you open on morning, noon and evening
  • Group pages of common interest such as News, Financial and Social Networks.
  • Save the pages found during a research session that you’d like to revisit later.

Shareaholic

8001

Share, save, research or email any web page with your friends right from the page you are on using Twitter, Facebook, GMail, and many more! This extension adds a button to your browser toolbar. Click the share icon whenever you want to share, save, or e-mail the page you’re visiting. Add an optional personal note and send to your friends. Share directly to your favorite services by customizing Shareaholic settings. Shareaholic currently supports over 100 services with weekly updates and additions. [link] Developer website

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A sample of the supported services:

WordPress, Blogger, TypePad, LiveJournal, Posterous, Soup.io, Tumblr, AIM, Yahoo Messenger, Delicious, Google Bookmarks, StumbleUpon, Dwellicious, Bebo, Mister Wong, Evernote, Netvibes, Stumpedia, Twine, Amazon Wish List, Connotea, Diigo, Folkd, Simpy, Box.net, Google Gmail, Yahoo Mail, Hotmail, Share Button, AOL Mail, Outlook, Eudora, Thunderbird, Mail, Buzzster, Digg, Yahoo Buzz, Reddit, Google Reader, Techmeme, YC Hacker News, ShareThis, Shareholic, SmakNews, Tipd, Care2, Current, Fark, Khabbr, Mixx, NewsTrust, NowPublic, Propeller, Slashdot, Sphinn, Facebook, Twitter, MySpace, Orkut, Plurk, Identi.ca, Mozillaca, FriendFeed, Hyves, LinkedIn, Netlog, Plaxo, Tweetie, Hub.tm, Hubspot, Bit.ly, Is.gd, j.mp, TinyURL, Goo.gl, Tr.im, Clicky.me, Su.pr, Instapaper, PrintFriendly, Read It Later, Yammer, Google Translate, Box.ne

As you can see, there are many old familiar seo tools, some with slight changes other nearly the same. Many of the newer metrics and trust based tools have been getting some buzz of late and are a very large part of the new world of management in both reputation and rankings. As the extensions are being made faster than any individual can find them all, by all means comment us if we missed something great. The more tools at our combined disposal, the better our entire industry will fair.

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  • Almost shiny enough to bring me away from the flame of the fox to the bling of chrome. At the very least I'm definitely taking a chromed out test drive of the Google browser again. This promises to speed up my site searching routine. Nice post, thanks :)
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  • Almost shiny enough to bring me away from the flame of the fox to the bling of chrome. At the very least I'm definitely taking a chromed out test drive of the Google browser again. This promises to speed up my site searching routine. Nice post, thanks :)
    .-= @Affiliate4Free.com´s last blog ..Paid Survey Depot Free Online Paid Surveys Listing Directory =-.

  • I wanted to say thanks to your team for letting me post. This was a fun project and rather amazing, Google's chrome extensions gallery is filling up insanely fast. Some really great things coming our way.
    Thanks again folks, peace.
    .-= New Media Mich´s last blog ..Greasemonkey Stumbleupon Extended Friend Groups =-.

    • Gerald Weber says:

      Mich,

      Thanks for taking the time to put this post together. I only recently started trying chrome out. Now that I know about these plugins I have some neat things to try out.

      Thanks again. :-)

      • Mich De L'Orme says:

        Glad to do it, Chrome is turning out to be a great browser. Was a fun post to learn from, and the automatic application setup is great. Many search and social client ideas in that bit, but we’ll save it for another post eh?

  • I wanted to say thanks to your team for letting me post. This was a fun project and rather amazing, Google’s chrome extensions gallery is filling up insanely fast. Some really great things coming our way.
    Thanks again folks, peace.
    .-= New Media Mich´s last blog ..Greasemonkey Stumbleupon Extended Friend Groups =-.

    • Gerald Weber says:

      Mich,

      Thanks for taking the time to put this post together. I only recently started trying chrome out. Now that I know about these plugins I have some neat things to try out.

      Thanks again. :-)

      • Mich De L'Orme says:

        Glad to do it, Chrome is turning out to be a great browser. Was a fun post to learn from, and the automatic application setup is great. Many search and social client ideas in that bit, but we'll save it for another post eh?

  • Glen Allsopp says:

    Thanks a lot for this post! Definitely learned about some new extensions.

    - Glen
    .-= Glen Allsopp´s last blog ..$1M Case Study: My CMS & Content Strategy =-.

  • Glen Allsopp says:

    Thanks a lot for this post! Definitely learned about some new extensions.

    - Glen
    .-= Glen Allsopp´s last blog ..$1M Case Study: My CMS & Content Strategy =-.

  • Christian says:

    Thank you very much. This is an impressive list.

  • Christian says:

    Thank you very much. This is an impressive list.

  • Well, I have been using chrome for quite a while now but have tried just few of them.

    Thanks for shortlisting the SEO specific ones. This is surely gonna save my time searching for these.
    .-= Divyun Raje Vaid´s last blog ..Google turns goo.gl to make urls shorter =-.

  • Well, I have been using chrome for quite a while now but have tried just few of them.

    Thanks for shortlisting the SEO specific ones. This is surely gonna save my time searching for these.
    .-= Divyun Raje Vaid´s last blog ..Google turns goo.gl to make urls shorter =-.

  • Gloson says:

    Wow! Amazing post Mich! I use chrome extensions but I completely do not know most of these useful and wonderful extensions!

    I especially like Shareaholic, Session Manager, WOT (web of Trust), and Kuber PageRank Checker.

    Now I guess more people will be using chrome (instead of firefox) because one of the most common excuses for not using it is because of no chrome extensions. ;-)

    Cheers!

    Gloson
    .-= Gloson´s last blog ..17 Important Things to Do After Starting Your WordPress Blog =-.

    • Gerald Weber says:

      Gloson,

      You’re exactly right. I have not used Chrome much in the past because of lack of extensions. Now that chrome is starting to unroll some useful extension I’m starting to test drive it more. For me it’s much faster than firefox.

  • Gloson says:

    Wow! Amazing post Mich! I use chrome extensions but I completely do not know most of these useful and wonderful extensions!

    I especially like Shareaholic, Session Manager, WOT (web of Trust), and Kuber PageRank Checker.

    Now I guess more people will be using chrome (instead of firefox) because one of the most common excuses for not using it is because of no chrome extensions. ;-)

    Cheers!

    Gloson
    .-= Gloson´s last blog ..17 Important Things to Do After Starting Your WordPress Blog =-.

    • Gerald Weber says:

      Gloson,

      You're exactly right. I have not used Chrome much in the past because of lack of extensions. Now that chrome is starting to unroll some useful extension I'm starting to test drive it more. For me it's much faster than firefox.

  • baterya says:

    woooaaa.. i surely need this thanks for this wonderful list

  • baterya says:

    woooaaa.. i surely need this thanks for this wonderful list

  • Yorktower says:

    Thanks for taking time to put this list together. It great helpful! Chrome is faster to use and cleaner on the UI. I will definitely test drive these new plugins.

  • Simon says:

    Thanks for this. A few new ones for me in there. Aviary is a great screenshot+editor plugin which I would also recommend.

  • Simon says:

    Thanks for this. A few new ones for me in there. Aviary is a great screenshot+editor plugin which I would also recommend.

  • Rob Woods says:

    Nice! I've been using FF basically just for the SEO plugins. These Chrome extensions might actually let me get back to using Chrome.
    .-= Rob Woods´s last blog ..robdwoods: @BrentDPayne so far location, location, location….I could make a lot more in some other markets but moving from Vancouver would be tough =-.

  • Rob Woods says:

    Nice! I've been using FF basically just for the SEO plugins. These Chrome extensions might actually let me get back to using Chrome.
    .-= Rob Woods´s last blog ..robdwoods: @BrentDPayne so far location, location, location….I could make a lot more in some other markets but moving from Vancouver would be tough =-.

  • tobto says:

    we need to wait till Chrome will be as good as FF with a rich powerful extensions arsenal. Anyway I guess Chrome is an young beast which waits its time.

    I also believe it will be more faster with 20+ open tabs than FF. And then, how much it eats RAM?

    Thanks for useful post, Zemanta!
    .-= tobto´s last blog ..Skype в телевізорі =-.

  • tobto says:

    we need to wait till Chrome will be as good as FF with a rich powerful extensions arsenal. Anyway I guess Chrome is an young beast which waits its time.

    I also believe it will be more faster with 20+ open tabs than FF. And then, how much it eats RAM?

    Thanks for useful post, Zemanta!
    .-= tobto´s last blog ..Skype в телевізорі =-.

  • Stephan Miller says:

    Yes, after using Mozilla for years and years, Chrome became my default browser when these extensions started showing up because it is just faster and more trouble free on my laptop. But I needed tools and now I have both, no freezing and extensions.
    .-= Stephan Miller´s last blog ..I Don’t Like the Way I Write =-.

  • Stephan Miller says:

    Yes, after using Mozilla for years and years, Chrome became my default browser when these extensions started showing up because it is just faster and more trouble free on my laptop. But I needed tools and now I have both, no freezing and extensions.
    .-= Stephan Miller´s last blog ..I Don’t Like the Way I Write =-.

  • Sean Bannister says:

    Just wanted to say thanks to everyone who's downloaded "Chrome SEO". I've been amazed at the response to the extension, we've had over 100,000 installs and at the time of writing we're the 8th most popular extension for Chrome.

    If you have any feature requests please let me know as we're continuing development, we've just released a new version with a lot of new features.

    Thanks,

    Sean Bannister

  • Sean Bannister says:

    Just wanted to say thanks to everyone who’s downloaded “Chrome SEO”. I’ve been amazed at the response to the extension, we’ve had over 100,000 installs and at the time of writing we’re the 8th most popular extension for Chrome.

    If you have any feature requests please let me know as we’re continuing development, we’ve just released a new version with a lot of new features.

    Thanks,
    Sean Bannister

  • Gerald Weber says:

    Thanks you, I am just now starting to play around with it and I am liking it very much.

  • Gerald Weber says:

    Thanks you, I am just now starting to play around with it and I am liking it very much.

  • Finally some plug ins! Excellent post and it's about time.

    My only remaining beef with Chrome is the way it installs itself; it gets around admin restrictions by installing into your profile so if you're on a networked machine be prepared to face the wrath of your IT manager.

    for home use though – win!

  • Finally some plug ins! Excellent post and it’s about time.

    My only remaining beef with Chrome is the way it installs itself; it gets around admin restrictions by installing into your profile so if you’re on a networked machine be prepared to face the wrath of your IT manager.

    for home use though – win!

  • seomator says:

    the image was stolen from my blog

    please stop to stole my images and delete my comments

  • seomator says:

    the image was stolen from my blog

    please stop to stole my images and delete my comments

  • Gerald Weber says:

    Your last comment was deleted due to you link spamming the comments.

    I have no idea what image you are talking about. If you can please be specific rather than leaving a general random accusation then I would be better able to address your concern.

  • Gerald Weber says:

    Your last comment was deleted due to you link spamming the comments.

    I have no idea what image you are talking about. If you can please be specific rather than leaving a general random accusation then I would be better able to address your concern.

  • seomator says:

    Hey dude, I was very specific and there where no link spamming. You have nofollow too in the comments so don’t accuse me of spamming when you’ve stolen my image and I showed you from where you’ve taken it.

    How I showed you on sphinn http://sphinn.com/story/139789/#75168 is this one

    http://sem-group.net/wp-content/uploads/2010/01/seoforchrome_thumb.jpg (created by me – an that status bar was the initial seo for chrome status bar, before chrome decided to go with out a status bar)
    you can see it here http://www.seomator.com/blog/preparing-a-google-chrome-seo-plugin/

    So, I link spamming you again?

    So, remove it! I should sue you, it’s like stolen the windows logo and use for your own purpose.

    • Gerald Weber says:

      You were not specific previously. You just left a general statement that I ripped off your image.

      This post was a guest post. I don’t research the source of every image on every guest post on this blog.

      Since you were specific this time I have deleted the image you are upset about.

      Now stop bitching.

  • seomator says:

    Hey dude, I was very specific and there where no link spamming. You have nofollow too in the comments so don't accuse me of spamming when you've stolen my image and I showed you from where you've taken it.

    How I showed you on sphinn http://sphinn.com/story/139789/#75168 is this one

    http://sem-group.net/wp-content/uploads/2010/01/s… (created by me – an that status bar was the initial seo for chrome status bar, before chrome decided to go with out a status bar)

    you can see it here http://www.seomator.com/blog/preparing-a-google-c

    So, I link spamming you again?

    So, remove it! I should sue you, it's like stolen the windows logo and use for your own purpose.

    • Gerald Weber says:

      You were not specific previously. You just left a general statement that I ripped off your image.

      This post was a guest post. I don't research the source of every image on every guest post on this blog.

      Since you were specific this time I have deleted the image you are upset about.

      Now stop bitching.

  • Hi Gerald,

    Your more than welcome to use my Chrome SEO logo in place of the original image, I think it’d fit in well and I’ve resized it for you.
    http://img514.imageshack.us/img514/8034/chromeseologo.png

    Cheers,
    Sean
    .-= Sean Bannister´s last blog ..MarketingAbuse: The new version of #Chrome #SEO is looking good we’ve added a number of new features. Should be released within 24 hours. =-.

  • Hi Gerald,

    Your more than welcome to use my Chrome SEO logo in place of the original image, I think it'd fit in well and I've resized it for you.
    http://img514.imageshack.us/img514/8034/chromeseo

    Cheers,

    Sean
    .-= Sean Bannister´s last blog ..MarketingAbuse: The new version of #Chrome #SEO is looking good we've added a number of new features. Should be released within 24 hours. =-.

  • seomator says:

    Ok Gerald :)

    @Sean,

    This sux big time :))

  • seomator says:

    Ok Gerald :)

    @Sean,

    This sux big time :))

  • ihatecheaters says:

    Sean Bannister, do you really think people won't believe some obvious facts. Your extension has been stolen and you are poor cheater.

    just look here, there's a prove:
    http://www.seomator.com/blog/our-seo-for-chrome-t

  • ihatecheaters says:

    Sean Bannister, do you really think people won't believe some obvious facts. Your extension has been stolen and you are poor cheater.

    just look here, there's a prove:
    http://www.seomator.com/blog/our-seo-for-chrome-t

  • @ihatecheaters: Please take a look at that website again, you might notice that the author was Tudor Mateescu (seomator) who has posted comments on this page and you'll notice he didn't aim anything at me.

    When we first released Chrome SEO we were just testing the water and I paid a development company to throw some code together for me. Very quickly I found they'd actually stolen the original extension from Seomator so I quickly rewrote the extension from the ground up to create what we have today. I then contacted Tudor Mateescu to apologize for the mix up, he asked me to provide him proof and I sent him further details. We have since settled our differences and wished each other best of luck.

    Hope this sheds some light on the situation. I now have a number of really good developers and myself working on the extension. If anyone else would like to help out please feel free to contact me.

    • ihatecheaters says:

      And what, Tudor believed you but i won’t.
      Information is proven, e.c. what will you say about logo that you stole?! Tudor mentioned it not once.

  • @ihatecheaters: Please take a look at that website again, you might notice that the author was Tudor Mateescu (seomator) who has posted comments on this page and you’ll notice he didn’t aim anything at me.

    When we first released Chrome SEO we were just testing the water and I paid a development company to throw some code together for me. Very quickly I found they’d actually stolen the original extension from Seomator so I quickly rewrote the extension from the ground up to create what we have today. I then contacted Tudor Mateescu to apologize for the mix up, he asked me to provide him proof and I sent him further details. We have since settled our differences and wished each other best of luck.

    Hope this sheds some light on the situation. I now have a number of really good developers and myself working on the extension. If anyone else would like to help out please feel free to contact me.

    • ihatecheaters says:

      And what, Tudor believed you but i won't.

      Information is proven, e.c. what will you say about logo that you stole?! Tudor mentioned it not once.

  • Carter Cole says:

    im late off the starting block with my plugin seo site tools it pulls data from a ton of sources like seomoz,bing,yahoo and google as well as all the social media reactions from twitter,facebook and digg… an awesome element explorer lets you see anchor text and nofollow easy as well as img alt tags… it even gives you helpfull suggestions to help you out :) please check it out id love some more feedback

    https://chrome.google.com/extensions/detail/diahi

    hey it may even change the title to "25 awesome seo plugins" if you decide to add it to the list
    .-= Carter Cole´s last blog ..Easily embed tweets in blog posts, websites, anywhere with 1 line of code =-.

  • Carter Cole says:

    im late off the starting block with my plugin seo site tools it pulls data from a ton of sources like seomoz,bing,yahoo and google as well as all the social media reactions from twitter,facebook and digg… an awesome element explorer lets you see anchor text and nofollow easy as well as img alt tags… it even gives you helpfull suggestions to help you out :) please check it out id love some more feedback

    https://chrome.google.com/extensions/detail/diahi

    hey it may even change the title to "25 awesome seo plugins" if you decide to add it to the list
    .-= Carter Cole´s last blog ..Easily embed tweets in blog posts, websites, anywhere with 1 line of code =-.

  • @Carter: Cheers for spamming shit loads of blogs :) the past few days.

  • @Carter: Cheers for spamming shit loads of blogs :) the past few days.

  • Carter Cole says:

    im not spamming im raising awareness for my extension… you dont think your 100k user-base is in trouble do you? im mean im only pushing 5k now whats the likelihood ill overtake your extension
    .-= Carter Cole´s last blog ..The external keyword data that Google Webmaster Tools doesn't publish =-.

  • Carter Cole says:

    im not spamming im raising awareness for my extension… you dont think your 100k user-base is in trouble do you? im mean im only pushing 5k now whats the likelihood ill overtake your extension
    .-= Carter Cole´s last blog ..The external keyword data that Google Webmaster Tools doesn't publish =-.

  • Jamie M says:

    I've just started to use chrome as my main browser now (sorry firefox). The extensions are coming thick and fast, some are still annoying (seo quake bar!) but they all have there uses and I much prefer the icons & drop down menu as opposed to 10 different toolbars!

  • Jamie M says:

    I’ve just started to use chrome as my main browser now (sorry firefox). The extensions are coming thick and fast, some are still annoying (seo quake bar!) but they all have there uses and I much prefer the icons & drop down menu as opposed to 10 different toolbars!

  • Blue says:

    This is a nice list, thanks.

  • Blue says:

    This is a nice list, thanks.

  • Sanalika Hileleri says:

    Thanks four sharing…

    Nice plugins!..

  • Sanalika Hileleri says:

    Thanks four sharing…
    Nice plugins!..

  • Sanalika Hileleri says:

    I Love Google Chrome!!!

  • Sanalika Hileleri says:

    I Love Google Chrome!!!

  • Shareaholic is particularly useful. We recently posted on how Call Centers can use Yammer to increase productivity. Using Shareaholic to post to Yammer makes it even easier!

  • Shareaholic is particularly useful. We recently posted on how Call Centers can use Yammer to increase productivity. Using Shareaholic to post to Yammer makes it even easier!

  • Call Center Jobs Man says:

    This is amazing, even enought to make me move from firefox! and will be very helpful with my call center jobs site.

    Thanks very much this is very helpful.

  • Nick says:

    Thanks for sharing such nice extension. When I try "Add –enable-extensions parameter" I got the below error message.

    The name 'C:Documents and SettingsbreezegoLocal SettingsApplication DataGoogleChromeApplicationchrome.exe –enable-extensions' specified in the target box is not valid. Make sure the path and the file name are correct.

    I am using Chrome

    Please help me

  • Mat says:

    Thanks for the post. These all look like really helpful SEO plugins. I haven’t used Chrome plugins before. In general, do they slow things down in Chrome like they do in Firefox?

  • KPO says:

    Thank you for that list. Although I am using some of the mentioned extensions already (or at least similar ones :P) there are still some interesting new ones in the list! Some extensions are so Useful :D thanks!

  • Alla says:

    This is music to my ears.This is really a great post! Thanks for sharing. A blog really owes its success to its loyal readers and faithful followers.

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    <a>SEO Armenia

  • rentacar says:

    Forever SeoQuake Lite! x}

  • Great list of google chrome extension. Thanks for sharing them with us. Keep up the good work.

  • A very nice list I must say. Though you haven’t linked some chrome extensions to their webstore page.

  • Sepha says:

    It seems that Google Chrome have more SEO extensions than Firefox.

  • i absolutely liked reading everything that is posted on your blog keep the posts coming. I enjoyed it.

  • Baby Blog says:

    These pluginds never work as good on chrome as firefox

  • qijianchuan says:

    There was an error downloading the page.

  • Rachel says:

    I dont see errors qijan. It is loading perfectly on my end.

  • Im surprised at the lack of sophistication in Rushdies comments. Calling a story not realistic is not a legitimate criticism of the story, its just a description. This characterization is irrelevant to a judgment of a movie or any other story. Slumdog, and from what I read the novel from which it is adapted, is a tale, not a docudrama. Its intentionally somewhat fantastical. And from western viewers point of view, same goes for language thing as far as were concerned, theyre all supposed to be speaking Hindi the whole time and we accept the convention of some actors (kids) speaking Hindi, some English. Never heard/read anyone comment on this.

  • Jigar P says:

    Yep, I totally understand. It seems strange that they’re not accepting your extension, I didn’t even realize they had an approval process.

  • Free says:

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  • venkat says:

    Very good add on available for SEO on both forfox and chrome

    these add ons are most useful methods for analysing a website

  • Mike says:

    Great collection of resources. Enough information to keep an old hack like me going for a long time.
    Cheers, Mike

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    The pagerank checker for chrome browser is perfect

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