I’m sure you’ve heard by now that Google is all about on-page SEO. But what does that mean? And how can you use free browser extensions to help improve your site’s rankings? Let me explain.
MozBar is a free add-on for Google Chrome and Firefox that provides information about the on-page SEO of any web page. It can be used as a quick reference for on-page SEO.
MozBar provides keyword data, links to the source of backlinks, and more. This helps you better understand how well your pages rank in search engine results pages (SERPs).
You can also use MozBar to find out which keywords are being used in your content so that you can optimize them accordingly or avoid using those terms altogether if they aren’t useful or relevant enough for potential customers’ needs (and therefore won’t drive traffic).
Seer’s Keywords Everywhere
Seer’s Keywords Everywhere is a powerful extension that can help you find high-quality content for your website. It has several features, including:
A keyword search tool. This extension lets you type in any keyword and get suggestions for related terms, synonyms, and related searches. You can also use the tool to see how many times each word has been used on Google in the past 30 days or what its average position is across all queries (in other words: where would I rank if I was querying this term?).
A density checker. This feature shows how many times each word appears per page according to Google’s internal data (you won’t find this information on other websites). It also gives recommendations about what kind of content would be most effective for each topic area (eBooks vs Webinars vs Videos vs Podcasts etc.).
SEOBook’s SEO Tools
SEOBook’s SEO Tools is a Chrome extension that provides a wide range of SEO tools. The tool can be used to check on-page SEO, backlinks and more. It’s free and easy to use so you can get started without having to install any other software or extensions first.
SEOquake is a Firefox extension that makes it easy to see the on-page SEO of your website. It has a lot of features and can be used for many things, but I’ll show you just how useful it can be when you’re trying to optimize your site for search engines.
Shows what keywords are ranking high in Google, Bing, and Yahoo! Search results. It also shows which pages have been indexed by Google or Bing (which means they’ve been found) and what page was clicked on most recently by visitors who searched for those terms using Google’s or Bing’s search engines! This information is displayed in real-time so you know exactly what’s working well as well as where there might still be room for improvement before going live with any new content
This extension will help you find out where your links are pointing to. It also provides a list of all redirect chains and if you have any broken links or redirect loops.
LinkMiner is a free tool that allows you to find link opportunities. It has a database of more than 1 billion links and can help you identify relevant links for your content, as well as find broken links.
LinkMiner also has an SEO component that will crawl the internet and provide suggestions for keywords, phrases, and domains based on its own algorithm.
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