7 Best Google Chrome Extensions For Bloggers [FREE]

If you want to grow your blog, you will have to put in a lot of time and effort.

There is no way to be successful without making any efforts

But there are a few tools that make the whole process faster and make your life easier.

Google chrome is the most popular browser on the internet and the best part is they have extensions to make your work faster. 

Today I’m going to talk about some most helpful chrome extensions which enhance your productivity and boost up your work.

There are thousands of Chrome extensions on the Webstore that works well.

But, these are the chrome extensions I personally use and recommend.

Let’s dive right in and find the best chrome addons for you.

1. SEOquake


SEOquake is an SEO chrome addon that helps you to find the number of backlinks, the authority of a website, domain statistics, and much more is shown with a single click.

This tool is a goldmine for people who care about SEO.

SEO Quake will give you some great SEO stats right from your search results.

If you Want to find the keyword difficulty of a keyword instantly, this could be a great tool to find keyword difficulty.

Even today I use this extension to find keyword difficulty of any niche instantly.

Whenever I land on any new website I used this extension to check the complete analysis of On-page SEO.

This is free to use and also includes social data as well to get the SEO related data of any website.

This also helps you to give details of any website using the SEMrush tool.

2. Grammarly


All of the make plenty of mistakes while writing the content, which could be spellings or grammatical mistakes. right?

Even if you are a grammar Rockstar, there can be times when you make grammatical mistakes.

If so, Grammarly is the best chrome extension which helps you to write your content without any mistake.

Grammarly is my secret weapon to make my writing free of Grammar & style mistakes.

This extension works even like – QuoraFacebook postGmail and many more platforms.

I see the mistakes popping, and can fix it immediately there.

They even started supporting Google Docs and made it easy to write our draft posts.

So, if you want to avoid mistakes in your post and make sure your content is free of any grammatical mistakes!

I would highly recommend you to start using Grammarly.

Grammarly also has its premium version which has more features than the free one, I love to recommend you to go with the pro version.

3. Email Hunter


Reaching out to other bloggers and building connections is an essential part of growing your blog.

Email Hunter is a tool, which helps you to get an email of any website only in one single click.

You can just click on this extension and find different emails already available on the site. 

This extension would be most helpful if you wanna attract more backlinks for your content by mailing directly to the owner/founder of a website.

It is a free tool that helps you find email addresses related to any website.

This tool a lot of time and increases the chances of your email reaching the right person.

4. SimilarWeb


SimilarWeb is an analytics tool that helps you to find traffic sources and keyword rankings of any website which you land on.

I personally use this awesome plugin to find the data about traffic sources and keyword ranking of my competitor.

With this, you can also check its sources, keywords, rank, ads, refers, and similar websites.

This extension is useful if you wanna:

  • Study about your competitors.
  • Find the traffic sources of a particular website.
  • Find top-ranking keyword of that website
  • Find referral and social traffic.

You can get even more data by joining the pro version and paying 99$ a month, but the free version also gives you enough data that is required.

5. Buffer


Did you just find a cool post or any useful Media content that you want to share across all social profiles?

If so, then you need manually checking in on every site, logging in, and then adding the post.

With the help of buffer, you just have to just a click of a button and your post will be shared across all your accounts.

Coming to what is actually buffer is?

Buffer is a free social media management tool to automate your social media posts.

It allows you to schedule your social media posts and is available for all your favorite platforms including Twitter, Facebook, Pinterest, and Instagram.

6. Stay Focused


Want to know my secret for getting things done and being able to focus on what I am doing?

Then add this extension to your chrome browser if you are struggling to keep yourself concentrated while writing a blog post. 

We can’t focus for a few minutes on our work and start opening facebook and scrolling and go to Twitter or Instagram.

It is common, right?

If so, then this tool helps you avoid this.

You can simply add the procrastinating website that you want to block, and set a daily limit of time to spend on this website.

And till that duration, you won’t be able to check these sites.

Use it when you are writing a blog post or an important content, Belive me it gonna help you a lot.

7. Save To Pocket


Save to Pocket is a great chrome extension to save articles or videos. 

When researching for an article, If any useful article appears in front of you and you want to save it to view later on.

Then this tool is going to help you to do that.

You can easily save an article or videos in your save pocket account so which you can read it later.

This extension allows you to quickly save any post you want to your pocket account with a single click.

You can view the data in your pocket from any other device if you prefer to watch videos later on your table and so on.


I hope these extensions would help you save time and make your life easier.

These are some of the favorites that I use and recommend to you.

If you have any secret extensions, that I didn’t mention here which could for help fellow bloggers.

So, feel free to share it in the comment section. If I like it, I’ll add it to the post and give you credit.

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