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Must Have Firefox Add-ons for Bloggers & Webmasters

Firefox is one of the most favorite browsers for webmasters and SEO professionals. It is because of the availability of a large number of useful plugins
developed specifically for Firefox browser. We can see a huge list of SEO and Webmaster plugins created for Firefox. These Firefox extensions reduce the headache of SEO professionals and webmasters while promoting and optimizing a website. In this article we have listed a number of must have Firefox plugins used by professional webmasters and bloggers. These Firefox Addons can be download directly from Firefox official website. Before jump in to download and installing these Add-ons on Firefox browser, you must know the features and importance of using these add-ons on Firefox browser. Most of the SEO add-ons designed for Firefox tells the Page Rank, MOZ rank, Alexa rank etc of our competitors and advanced Firefox Add-ons even fetch the backlinks of our competitor for us. So here is a list of most important Firefox SEO add-ons.

List of Important Firefox Add-ons For Professional Webmasters and Bloggers


  1. SEO Quake:
    This is one of the most popular tools for bloggers, regardless of the browser they prefer. In fact it is one of the reasons serious bloggers prefer
    Firefox. It gives a wealth of information about your blog and other websites such as Page Rank, Alexa rank, Facebook metrics and so on. It even shows the number of sites linking in to the website and away from the website. It even has a tool to measure the keyword density of your page. What’s more, this extension even diagnoses your blog and suggests tips to improve it, so that it does better when it gets indexed. All in all, it is an extremely comprehensive tool for serious bloggers.

  2. SEO Blogger:
    This great tool is an extension that runs only on Firefox. It finds keywords that are searched widely and displays them on a sidebar. You can then save these keywords to the bottom pane of SEO Blogger, so that you don’t miss out on incorporating them in your blog. Once you start using this tool, chances are that you might never go back to using Google Chrome as your default browser.

  3. Pixlr Grabbr:
    Sometimes the print screen tool just doesn’t cut it. That’s where this tool comes in. It allows you to select a whole webpage or just a part of a webpage or your screen as an image and lets you store it in a small file. This is a very useful extension for bloggers who are building tutorials and how-to guides.

  4. ScribeFire:
    This is an extension that is available on both Chrome and Firefox. It is especially useful for those who maintain multiple blogs, as it allows you to conveniently post to all the blogs simultaneously.

  5. WebRank Toolbar:
    This toolbar is extremely useful if you are interested in viewing the authority and reach of the websites that you visit while browsing. Installing this toolbar lets you find out at a glance the Page Rank, Alexa rank, Quantcast Rank and Rank Complete rank of the website that you are visiting. This saves you time when it comes to compiling the ranks individually or even using another tool to calculate this data. Some of the other features that this toolbar provides include social meters and indices for Google and Yahoo search.


  6. NoDoFollow:
    This very simple extension for Firefox highlights links on a page based on their nofollow or dofollow status. This is very useful for bloggers as most of them would prefer the dofollow status for the links they use. Using this add-on is very simple. Go to the website whose link status you need to check. Right click in the background of the webpage and select NoDoFollow from the menu. DoFollow links will be highlighted in purple while nofollow links will be highlighted in red against the background of the webpage.

  7. Web Developer:
    Though used primarily by web developers, it is pretty useful for bloggers too. This extension shows the HTML or CSS code of the website that you are visiting and even highlights the sections that you roll your mouse over. It comes with an editor to edit the CSS and HTML content too.

These are some of the most important SEO pluggins for Firefox browser. I do not think of SEO professionals without using these necessary SEO add-ons which makes seo easy. This article has been brought to you by http://www.xfinityonline.com, offers savings and current information.

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