As I’ve become more a Chrome junkie and found it necessary to better manage my time, I’ve come across a number of apps, extensions, tools and hacks that have become a necessary part of my routine. Here I will focus on 5 Chrome Apps/Extensions. This is not a complete list, and there are several non-Chrome tools I use as well. But for now, here are the 5 Chrome Apps/Extensions I find useful for everyday SEO/Marketing tasks and ongoing projects.
SEO/Marketing Blogs/Articles for 2010-03-08
- Kill Useless Web Metrics: Apply The “Three Layers Of So What” Test (Wonkish) – Occam’s Razor by Avinash Kaushik
- Google Wrap Up: Above the Fold; Gesture Search – Marketing Vox
- Don’t Be Afraid of Negative Reviews – Marketing Vox
- Social Networking SEO Tips and Techniques – SEO Chat
- Keyword Difficulty vs. Size of Domain – SEO Chat
If your website has an email sign up form you can use Google Analytics to keep track of which email addresses are signing up. Simply use the parameter you are using to pass the email address as the query parameter in your Analytics Site search setup (go to Profile Settings and click Edit Profile on the profile you want to add this to).
Use parameter you pass on the email address sign up as your Site Search parameter
Dynamic websites have their obvious advantages. The ability to automate, create, edit, and delete content through a database and server side scripting is a must when dealing with large and constantly updated websites.
I jumped onto the Twitter bandwagon fairly recently and like many others, have found it addicting. In looking for ways to pass on useful articles and blog posts I run into without cutting into my productivity, I ran into Hoostuite. I’ve been using HootSuite for about a week now and I continue to find it more and more useful. Perhaps the most useful features are: