Wednesday, 12 June 2013

Top 8 SEO Add-ons for Firefox

Mozilla Firefox is one of the very Useful web Browser in the internet industries because it is very powerful browser that, with the right plugins, can be one of the best tools in your SEO arsenal. Firefox, presently in version 21.0   The Most exciting feature with this browser is that, you may customize it to according your distinctive needs via additional themes and add-ons.

Right here, I am going to share the list of top 5 add-ons that not only my favorite but it’s very popular in SEO Industries. It help to make your work less complicated when you searching surfing around the World Wide Web. With the help of these Firefox SEO add-ons will certainly slice plenty of time you spent on trying to find data and provide you more time to improve your websites. I use some more a lot more available in the internet world but wanted to share only the best!!

SEO Doctor–Allows you to see how any website you visit is optimized in terms of SEO. It offers easy diagnosis of SEO problems and even offers solutions for common problems.

SeoQuake–Extension allows 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.

SEO and Site Analysis–Click on the SEO WooRank icon to generate an SEO report for your website.

Search Status–Shows helpful information like the Google PageRank of a page and its Alexa rank. It also includes Compete ranking and the SEOmoz Linkscape moz rank for a page. This tool also displays a fast keyword density analyzer, keyword/nofollow highlighting, backward/related links, and Alexa information.

Autofill Forms Allows you to fill out web forms with one click. This comes in very handy when building citations for local SEO. It works by setting up profiles (so you can do one for each of your clients), so you simply switch to the profile you want to use and populate the data. Besides saving lots of time, I love this tool because it keeps citation data consistent across all submissions.

Flagfox Displays a flag icon in the address bar that shows where the website you’re visiting is physically hosted. This is great for SEO research, because you’ll want your clients and websites to be hosted in the country they are targeting as this gives the most benefit to the user (faster transfer time). If you notice your client is targeting Australia but hosted in Zimbabwe, then there is a valuable recommendation you can give them just by looking at the address bar.

Live HTTP Headers Allows you to see HTTP headers as they are sent which is great for debugging and analysing how your web pages are operating. Sometimes a page can look like its loading correctly but actually be sending the wrong headers in the background which means terrible things for SEO. I had a client a few years back whose website developer had set up URL rewrites to work with 404 (Not Found) headers instead of 301 (Moved Permanently) – doh! It was only by using this tool I found out the reason none of the rewritten pages were getting indexed or ranked.

Firebug  Firebug incorporates with Mozilla Firefox to set numerous important development tools close to your hand. You can modify, debug code, and keep an eye on Cascading stylesheet, Html code, and JavaScript reside in any website. You can also obtain and modify DOM (Direct Object Model) easily.


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