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3 of the Best SEO Chrome Extensions

Chrome extensions make my life so much easier. There’s literally an extension for every SEO task. From finding keywords to checking links to getting technical suggestions, these add-ons have you covered at

If you’re serious about optimizing your site, I highly recommend you use a combination of these extensions. It doesn’t matter if you don’t have a huge budget, either; you can download many of these Chrome extensions and SEO tools for free at

Sound like a good deal? I think so, which is why I’ve created a list detailing 30 of the best Chrome extensions for SEO.

The awesome thing about these SEO extensions? When you combine them, you’ve got a complete SEO toolbox in your hands.

Ready to build your toolbox? Here goes at

SEO Extension #1: Ubersuggest

It may be a bit biased to say this is one of the best SEO Chrome extensions, but I truly believe this deserves to be at the top of the list.

Why? Because Ubersuggest’s Chrome extension lets you view keyword data right from Google search results at

If you expand the ‘view all’ options from Ubersuggest you can see monthly searches, CPC, age range, related keywords, and the percentage of people who clicked on SEO results, paid results, or did not click on any results in the SERPs at

It also shows you related keywords and their information without ever leaving the SERPs. You can export the data to CSV or click on any of the information headings under “People also search for…” It then takes you to the Ubersuggest dashboard for your chosen keyword at

SEO Extension #2: Moz

Ever wonder what domain authority means? Well, it’s a metric created by Moz that defines how likely your site is to rank in search engine results. Generally speaking, the higher your domain authority, the higher your rankings.

Moz created a Chrome extension called MozBar that tells you the domain and page authority for any page on the web. However, there’s a lot more to it than that at

You can also:

Customize searches by engine, country, region, etc.

Compare links and find opportunities for backlinks.

Discover and highlight keywords to understand different keywords by type, such as follow, no-follow, external, and internal.

View page elements like markups and HTTP status at

This extension is handy when you are browsing the internet and researching any potential competitors, as it quickly shows you how you stack up against them.

Additionally, as you go through your rival’s site, you can easily spot their most authoritative pages that need analyzing.

If you upgrade to a Moz Pro Subscription, you can also access keyword difficulty, page optimization, and conduct in-depth SERP analysis. Moz Pro offers a free 30-day trial, and subscriptions start at $99 a month at

SEO Extension #3: Similar Web

You probably dream of emulating other successful online businesses in your niche. But you can’t do that unless you know the tactics they’re employing.

That’s where Similar Web proves invaluable. I think it’s one of the best SEO Chrome extensions for competitive research.

With Similar Web, you can get traffic and key metrics, and in-depth statistics for every website, like:

Engagement rate

Traffic sources and ranking

Keyword ranking

Other features include website rank, so you can see where your site ranks around the world for a specific country, and category. Plus, you can view:

Visits Over Time

Discover core information like:

Bounce rate

Pages per session

Monthly website visits

Average duration


Get a better idea of where your visitors are coming from, including:

Top countries driving your website traffic

Percentage of visitors for each country

A full breakdown of your website traffic ranking

Finally, you get an overview of your traffic sources, like search, email, social media marketing, and direct ads. The more you know about your traffic sources, the better you can refine your content/marketing strategy at
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