Our Favorite Chrome Extensions for Search Engine Marketing

At Netvantage we are always looking for ways to be more efficient. Over the years, we’ve found a lot of tools and Google Chrome extensions to help improve our day-to-day tasks. We’ve previously rounded up our favorite tools for content writing, and our favorite industry tools, now we’re sharing the Chrome extensions we love. Find out which extensions we are fans of:

Choosing my favorite Chrome extension is tough because I use many daily that save me time and a whole lot of clicking. Since I have to pick a favorite, I will go with the Keywords Everywhere. This extension automatically shows you the search volume for any keyword you put into Google. This saves me a ton of time if I quickly want to look up the search volume for one keyword instead of opening Keyword Planner. It also lists additional keyword phrases at the bottom of the search results with their respective volume. The extension recently had an update too where it displays keywords that other people search for relating to the one I searched. I also find it very helpful when in Search Console because it lists the search volume for clicks and queries. Abbey Hadar
Abbey Hadar
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Considering Abbey stole the best answer, I’m going to go with Bulk URL Opener. I love this tool. I’m always needing to review lots of pages, and copying and pasting a list of URLs into an extension is a lovely little efficiency that makes my days brighter. Adam HenigeAdam Henige
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If you use Tailwind for scheduling your Pinterest posts, you need to get the chrome extension right now! This is hands down the easiest way to schedule Pinterest posts Even if you’re just browsing the web and find something Pinterest-worthy that you want to share, you don’t have to go through the work of scheduling it manually. A little “schedule” button will pop up on images when you’re browsing the web. You simply click it, write out a caption, select your board and schedule date, and you’re done. It even works for scheduling Instagram and blog posts you randomly find that you want to post on Pinterest. Breanna Ratering
Breanna Ratering
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I log in to dozens of websites a day and I’m also a stickler for strong passwords. (Read my blog post here.)¬†Those combined means that the 1Password browser extension is critical in my workflow. In case you don’t know, 1Password is a secure password database where you can generate and store thousands of secure passwords and the websites to which they belong. The browser extension allows you to load the login page of a website, click one button, and the extension automatically fills the username & password fields and then logs you in. I absolutely cannot live without this extension. 1Password is a paid program that works really well on Mac (the Windows version is crap). A comparable program that works well on Windows (and is free) is LastPass. Jerod KaramJerod Karam
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My favorite Chrome extensions simply is Grammarly. I, as many around here can attest, am a terrible, terrible righter… Kidding aside, this is a very nice tool that allows me to cleanly create and edit AdWords ads. One of my biggest fears in life is having a client search ad display with a typo or grammatical error, and Grammarly helps prevent this from happening as I work in our PPC campaigns. Joe FordJoe Ford
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I am a fan of Google’s new Lighthouse extension. It gives a quick overview of issues Google finds with your site. The extension gives a score on a 100-point scale for performance, progressive web app, accessibility, best practices and SEO. It then breaks down what the site could do to improve the score in each category. I like to use this extension when I’m starting out with a new client. Lexie KimballLexie Kimball
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Because I do quite a bit of broken link building, I need an extension that can quickly give me a list of broken links on a page. LinkMiner is the best broken link checker out there that does more than just reporting broken links. You can display additional data about links on a page including backlink and referring domain stats and quickly export it to a csv – all really helpful when finding new dead links that can be used for link building. Michael HallMichael Hall
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