7 Best Google Chrome Extensions for Bloggers & Internet Marketers [2021]

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Google Chrome is a powerful tool for bloggers, developers, and internet marketers especially because of the range of extensions and add-on it provides.  

We have compiled a list of Chrome extensions that can – 

  1. Take your content marketing strategy to a whole new level.  
  2. Increase productivity and save you a lot of time. 
  3. Help you in your daily-to-daily tasks.

So, let’s dive in. 


1. Grammarly

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As humans, we tend to make small and silly mistakes while writing no matter how experienced we are. 

And later-on we have to invest more time to track and correct these mistakes. 

Well, here’s a better and automated solution with which you can save you valuable time – Grammarly.

Grammarly is a free writing assistant tool that checks – 

  1. Grammar
  2. Spelling mistakes
  3. Tone

You can download the Grammarly Chrome extension in the Google Chrome browser.  

With its help, it corrects you while writing an email, messages, documents, and even on social media. 


2. Ginger Software – A Grammar and Spelling Checker Tool

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Ginger is another proofreading and spelling checker tool and an ideal alternative of Grammarly. 

Just like Grammarly it also has a Google Chrome extension with which you can check grammar and spellings while writing anything. 


3. Keywords Everywhere – One Stop Place For Keywords

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Keywords Everywhere is an SEO keyword research tool for Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox Browsers that displays

  • Search volume,
  • CPC, and
  • Competition of keywords on multiple websites.  

It shows data for the keyword you are typing and auto-suggestion while searching on Google search, Amazon, Youtube, etc. 

Below are a few of the website it supports – 

  1. Google
  2. Youtube
  3. Amazon
  4. eBay
  5. Bing
  6. UberSuggest
  7. And more.

4. MozBar

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MozBar is another free SEO browser extension that displays link metrics like domain authority, page authority, number of backlinks to a page, etc. 

It displays these metrics on – 

1. A web page in the top bar 

2. SERP search results (individually after each search result). 

MozBar is developed by Moz and available for Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox. 

You can enable or disable the extension in Chrome and Firebox with these keyboard shortcuts – 

  1. Mac – Cmd + Option + Control + M
  2. Windows – Shift + Ctrl + Alt + M

5. MailTrack

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MailTrack is a free email tracking chrome extension for Google Chrome. 

It notifies you whenever someone open and read your sent email with real-time notifications. 

You can also check how many times your email has been opened and from where. 

Just like WhatsApp and Messenger, it also uses single tick (delivered but not read) and double tick (delivered and read) for deliverability status. 

One of the best things about MailTrack is that it’s completely free with unlimited tracking, reminders, and daily reports. 


6. Boomerang For Gmail

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Boomerang is another cool extension for scheduling and email reminders for Gmail. 

With Boomerang Gmail, you can – 

  • Schedule your emails for your clients and teammates located in different time zones, 
  • Schedule recurring emails for team meetings etc. 
  • Schedule a follow-up reminder for unanswered messages.

Overall, you can easily manage your emails and save a lot of time out of it. 


7. Nofollow Link Checker

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Nofollow link checker is a Google Chrome extension to check nofollow links and noindex meta tags on a web page. 

It outlines the nofollow links on the web page and considered as one of the best nofollow dofollow link checker tools


Final Words

We hope these extensions will save you time and make your life easier. 

These are some of our favorite extensions that we use in our daily work schedule while – 

  1. Writing content, 
  2. Doing keyword research, 
  3. Writing and sending emails,
  4. And other purposes. 

Do give them a try and let us know how it goes. 

Also, we have missed anything that you use and should be a part of the list, let us know, we would be happy to include it on our list.

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