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Great Firefox Add-ons Plugin: SEOQuake

Posted on: 10/08/2010

Last week I talked about my favorite Firefox add-on to the Google PageRank, Alexa Rank and display the data link to a site called Search Status.

This week I want to mention, another useful extension for the same purpose, called SeoQuake.

I like the rule of the research because it is very easy to use, but you want to collect as much data as possible on websites, then SeoQuake is a must, because it comes with many more features.

 

Once you install it you’ll be able to view a wide range of SEO parameters on the fly, on a separate toolbar. How many parameters are? A lot, here is the list:

 

  • Yahoo Index
    Number of indexed pages. Yahoo version.
  • Yahoo link
    Number of links, pointing to the current page. Yahoo version (Except links from concerned domain).
  • Yahoo Linkdomain (LD)
    Number of links, pointing to the current domain. Linkdomain (LD) operator finds pages linking to domain, as opposed to link which finds references to a single page. Yahoo version.
  • Yahoo Linkdomain2 (LD2)
    Number of links, pointing to the current domain (2-level domain). Linkdomain2 (LD2) operator finds pages linking to an entire domain, as opposed to linkdomain (LD) which finds references to a current domain (subdomain for example). Yahoo version.
  • Yahoo Directory
    Domain presence in the Yahoo Directory.
  • Google PR
    Google PageRank of current page
  • Google Index
    Number of indexed pages. Google version.
  • Google link
    Number of links, pointing to the current page. Google version (Except links from concerned domain).
  • Google cachedate
    Date of current Google cache.
  • MSN Index
    Number of indexed pages . MSN version.
  • MSN link
    Number of links, pointing to the current page. MSN version (Except links from concerned domain).
  • MSN Linkdomain (LD)
    Number of links, pointed to the current domain. Linkdomain (LD) operator finds pages linking to domain, as opposed to link which finds references to a single page. MSN version.
  • MSN Linkdomain2 (LD2)
    Number of links, pointing to the current domain (2-level domain). Linkdomain2 (LD2) operator finds pages linking to an entire domain, as opposed to linkdomain (LD) which finds references to a current domain (subdomain for example). MSN version.
  • Rambler index (russian SE)
    Number of indexed pages. Rambler version.
  • Rambler top100
    Domain presence in the Rambler top100 catalogue.
  • DMOZ Directory
    Domain presence in the Dmoz Directory.
  • Yandex CY
    Yandex Rank of current page.
  • Yandex index (russian SE)
    Number of indexed pages. Yandex version.
  • Yandex link
    Number of links, pointing to the current page. Yandex version.
  • Yandex catalogue
    Domain presence in the Yandex Directory.
  • Whois link
    Link to the Whois record of current domain.
  • View source
    Link to the source code of current web page.
  • Check robots.txt
    Check if robots.txt file exists and if it does show link to it.
  • Page links
    Dispaly quantity of internal/external links with the link to the link list.
  • Baidu index
    Number of indexed pages. Baidu version.
  • Baidu link
    Number of links, pointing to the current page. Baidu version.
  • Wikipedia (EN)
    Number of search results found in Wikipedia (EN)
  • Alexa Rank
    Traffic estimation index
  • WebArchive age
    First date in Archive.org
  • Del.icio.us index
    Link to del.icio.us history for current url.
  • Technorati index
    Link to Technorati history for current url.
  • Digg index
    Link to Digg history for current url.
  • IP lookup
    Current domain IP.
  • Ask index
    Number of indexed pages. Ask version.
  • Bloglines
    Number of search results found in Bloglines
  • You can customize the add-on to display or hide any of these parameters. It recommended that you use only some of them at a time (say 5 or 6), else you’ll find the script gets slow, and you might also get blocked from search engines temporarily (i.e., the data will stop showing).

     

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    Another very cool feature SEOQuake has is the ability to output these parameters right in the SERPs (Search Engine Result Pages). That is, when you perform a search for a keyword, you’ll see the parameters displayed right below each web page that will appear in the results. Here is a screenshot of that.

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