Indispensible Firefox SEO Research Tool

November 26th, 2007 by

If you’re trying to do your own competition research, you simply can’t do without the right tools. There’s an incredibly handy Firefox extension that I’ve written about before, but one that has recently improved their free offering to include the number of internal and the number of external outbound links on a webpage, and an option for SEODigger.

This means that in just an instant, you can look at any webpage and determine whether or not it’s worth pursuing a link based on the number of links on the page. Using SEOdigger, you can easily see the quantity and which phrases any domain is ranking for on it Google and MSN. I’m not sure why it doesn’t work for Yahoo, but maybe it will soon.

When you’re only talking about a dozen or so links, it’s easy enough to count manually, but when you start getting up into the higher numbers, it can be a futile exercise to try and count the number of links.

You may be thinking that if you’re having trouble counting them it’s probably not worth pursuing, however if it’s a higher PR page, then even a page with 100 or more links can have some good value. If you use Firefox (and you should) then you really need to be using this free SEO extension.


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