Top 4 FREE SEO Toolbars

Human-Like Orange Figure Kneeling Down With A Magnifying GlassAn SEO Toolbar can be a great way to save time and money when doing search engine optimization. The toolbar from SEOBook.com is like a dream come true for me. It allows me to get a quick sense about some of the most important statistics of every website and page I visit. Things like which authoritative directories a website is listed in, the number of backlinks reported by Yahoo! Site Explorer, estimated unique visitors, domain age, as well as a super easy nofollow link highlighter among other things. And, most of the time I don’t have to do anything more than quickly glance up after the web page has loaded.

If you’re not using an SEO toolbar then you’re probably losing a lot of time. And, time is money, so be sure to check out these top free SEO toolbars and save yourself a bunch of it.

SEO Toolbars for Mozilla Firefox

  • SEOBook Toolbar – My favorite free SEO Toolbar! (Availability: Mozilla Firefox)
  • SeoQuake Toolbar – My second favorite free SEO Tool bar! (Availability: Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome, Safari)
  • SEOmoz Toolbar – Very Limited free features Toolbar with most features available to Pro Members only. (Availability: Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome)
  • Bruce Clay SEMToolbar – Almost a full-featured free SEO toolbar. Seems only a few features require paid membership. (Availability: Mozilla Firefox, Internet Explorer)

Internet Explorer

  • Bruce Clay SEMToolbar – Almost a full-featured free SEO toolbar. Seems only a few features require paid membership. (Availability: Mozilla Firefox, Internet Explorer)

Google Chrome

  • SeoQuake Toolbar – My second favorite free SEO Toolbar! (Availability: Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome, Safari)
  • SEOmoz Toolbar – Very Limited free features Toolbar with most features available to Pro Members only. (Availability: Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome)

Safari

  • SeoQuake Toolbar – My second favorite free SEO Toolbar! (Availability: Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome, Safari)

Just be sure to read their privacy policies closely. Tool bars such as the SEOmoz Mozbar apparently track and report the sites you visit, and can associate that information with your username for any site you’ve visited over the last 30 days. According to Aaron Wall, the SEO Toolbar from SEOBook doesn’t report or track any personal data, and I’m not sure about the Bruce Clay SEMToolBar or the SeoQuake toolbar. Their privacy policies can change from time to time, so don’t take my word for it, be sure to do additional research if you are concerned about your privacy.

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  • October 15th, 2010 at 1:05 pm Will Robinson said:

    That for the value information about the toolbars. I will definitely download one of them. Great tools!!!

  • September 29th, 2011 at 1:16 pm Marvs said:

    I will try SEOQuake as it works on Chrome. Thanks!

  • November 3rd, 2011 at 9:27 pm CBT said:

    I’ve installed SEOquake and it’s working great so far.

  • November 8th, 2011 at 10:58 pm Randy said:

    SEOBook’s toolbar is not compatible with Firefox 8.0 :o (

  • November 9th, 2011 at 1:24 pm Wesley LeFebvre said:

    Works for me with Firefox 8.

  • February 21st, 2012 at 4:47 pm FarsiMode said:

    i think seomoz is better than others .
    thank you but installing this toolsbar affect on google pagerank?is it true?

  • February 22nd, 2012 at 10:51 am Wesley LeFebvre said:

    Don’t worry, it will not affect your PageRank.

  • October 26th, 2012 at 8:33 pm RankedResults said:

    SEOMoz’s toolbar is the best BY FAR!

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