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Discussion in 'Search Engine Optimization' started by daytrader, Oct 11, 2011.
which are the best firefox addon sor SEO purpose you are using and what does it do?
What exactly do you want the plug in to do?
Not sure what i'm looking for though. all i have is a dofollow addon.
is there a plugin that will help create backlinks?
or is there any plugin that whenever we post something in our blog, it will automatically be posted in some socialmedia sites?
Great stuff. Firefox 3 is nearly out too, some Download Day record breaking event. Anyway I agree, though the interface does'nt look as attractive as, say Safari or Opera, Firefox's compatibility is just great.
I use only seoquake and searchstatus, I like both of them
Firefox 3? You're out of date, its now 7.
seoquake really made some sites load slow and their toolbar menu is annoying.
For now, i have seoquake,nodofollow and searchstatus. is there anything else seem helpful in terms of SEO?
There is a plugin called SEO Blogger that helps find keywords related to the subject of your blog article, but it does not create backlinks for you. You would use the suggested keywords in the appropriate places, and then would have to create, or have someone create for you, links to your blog using the keyword phrases. As far as any other type of site, I didn't see any that suggest keywords or create backlinks. I don't think it's a good idea for plugins to create backlinks for you anyway, because they may not look natural.
Although they are not add-ons for Firefox, I have used the SEOBook toolbar to find out the number of backlinks to prospects sites, the age of the site, and other information. You can go to www.SEOEngine.com, formerly SEOEng.com, which will crawl your site as if it were a search engine, to point out any errors that may be holding it back. SEO Doctor, which is an add-on for Firefox, provides similar information.