Search Engine Optimization Tools and Firefox Extensions for SEO

This is a resource of websites, Firefox extensions for SEO and competitive intelligence.

Find extensions and tools to help in organic SEO campaigns.

SEO Tools

  • SEO for Firefox – firefox plugin that provides data to inline search queries
  • SEOpen – SEO Firefox Extension providing multiple search tools aggregated in one place including yahoo backlinks, keyword density, headers and page rank.
  • SearchStatus – firefox plugin that provides detailed ranking stats for any website. allows you to see how any and every website in the world is performing and the only tool i have seen that uses data from SEOmoz and linkscape. Check Mozrank using this firefox addon.
  • KeywordSpy – good keyword research tool provides data on competitors keyword rankings and PPC spend. Competitive intelligence on keywords.
  • Market Samurai – desktop based Adobe Air app which uses the Google Adwords API to parse keyword data and give options for keyword spend and natural search engine optimization campaigns. This has a different interface than adwords and more options to help you make good use of lots of keyword research.
  • Majestic SEO – Provides a very large backlink and anchor text database. Competitive Link Intelligence tool allows you to find data on the sites that link to you and your competitors.

SERP Rank Checkers

  • link assistant – Desktop Client based software program with lots of rank checking features
  • authoritylabs – easy to use web based tool offers 10 free keywords. Nightly ranking updates
  • RankChecker – another tool by Aaron Wall of SEO Book that provides quick checking in the SERP’s. check your website rankings in Google (US and international), Yahoo, and Microsoft Bing.

There are other search engine optimization tools available, but these are heavily used and will help your natural search campaigns by providing clear data on the direction of online marketing. Focus on the right keywords and you have won half the search engine battle.


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  2. I would use google chrome if they had better webmaster extensions like firefox. Hopefully the Chrome developer community will catch up.

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  8. Directories are very popular and are widely used by people as a link building source, and when used in conjunction with keyword research tools they can provide a great ranking boost.

  9. Thank you for another great post about SEO tools. I’m an online marketer myself and new SEO information always seems to get my business acumen piqued.

  10. This may be more information then you’re looking for, but you can find Google’s recommendations on how to do Google SEO for your site here: It’s a pretty long document (22 pages) but it tells you everything that you need to know about SEO.
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