Chrome SEO Addon – SEO Quake

Tuesday, February 2, 2010 14:09
Posted in category SEO

It has been a few weeks now since I switched from FireFox to a build of Chromium. I made the switch since I use my macbook for most of my daily tasks and firefox was just becoming more and more unstable with each update. Pages would take forever to load and the “thinking” icon was up near all the time. The switch was easy but one of the things I missed the most was my seo tool bar from firefox.

The good news is that just the other day when I did my OS reinstall I found SEO Quake for chrome. Its a bit different from what I was using in firefox but its been pretty cool to see the seo stats of all of the sites in the sers when I search for a term. As far as I know this is the only fully working SEO addon for chrome but its doing a great job and is making the move from firefox that much easier.

Don’t have chrome yet? If you are still on the fence you really need to check it out. I use Chromium a open source build of Google Chrome. All of the benefits of Chrome and none of the Google data capture and spying. You can download and compile the source your self from or you can grab the latest compiled trunk release. Try it out and you will see why people are making the switch to Chrome/Chromium.

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One Response to “Chrome SEO Addon – SEO Quake”

  1. Jason Venters says:

    February 15th, 2010 at 10:18 am

    I use Firefox on my mac along with seo quake. I actually don’t have a problem. I do keep seo quake disabled until I need to use it though. If I start seeing any lags I will check out crome. BTW how is LFE going and your 1,000/day on seo traffic?

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