Productivity: quantity of work done over time. Effectiveness: quantity of the *right* work done over time. Focus on the latter. — Sean Rose

Must-Have Chrome Extensions of Inbound Marketers

This post was updated on May 5, 2015.

Note: This post is being updated. Descriptions and tips are coming soon. Know a Chrome extension that should be in this list? I’d love to check it out. Drop me a comment.

It’s been years since I published this post (previously titled “22 Must-Have Chrome Extensions for Productivity (I Think)” – that’s a lot of new Google Chrome browser extensions discovered, and a few replaced/ditched (my old list is still available at the end of this post).

For a change, this revision isn’t just my list now, but is also based on recommendations by the awesome community of Inbound.org when I asked them:

If you were only allowed to use 3 Chrome extensions, what would they be?

Cutting to the chase, here’s the new list of must-have Chrome extensions — not just to increase productivity — but now also to hopefully help you become more effective as an inbound marketer

SEO

Also check out: SEOquakeSimilarWebOpen SEO Stats

Social Media

Bookmarking/Curation

Also check out: Raindrop

Screenshot/Annotation

Also check out: Full Page Screen Capture

Link Building

Also check out: Linkparser

Email

Conversion Rate Optimization

Data Scraping

Analytics Web Tracking

Web Design

Website Technology Profiling

Dictionary/Translation

Also check out: Google Translate

Downloading

Password Management

Also check out: Dashlane

Online Privacy

Browser Automation

Time Management

Others

Know other Chrome extensions that you think should be in this list? Let me know your thoughts in the comments.

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4 Comments

    1. Whoaaaaa, thanks for checking out my post Jon. :D I’ve been subscribed to your blog via feed since reading one of your posts on SEOmoz. I’m really looking forward to more innovative link building strategies from you!

  1. Good list there buddy, i use most of it already, and I know they can be life savers for online marketers. :)

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