Google Chrome is one of the fastest and easy to use web browser. Another reason Google Chrome is popular between other browsers because it has many different types of extension. You can find out chrome extensions from Google Web Store. Extension can help your work easier than ever. For blogging, there are many useful extension available that can increase your blogging quality and your writing speed. The best thing of chrome extensions that they are free to download.

Let’s get started

#1.  Grammarly

grammarly chrome extension

You may be an experienced writer or a beginner you may make some mistakes when you write. Grammarly helps you prevent mistakes by correcting your grammar and spelling. It scans the text and shows you the improved result for the better English writing experience.

 

#2.  AdBlock

AdBlock chrome extension

When you visit any website and you will find pop up add or some heavy large banner add they are some obstacle between your work. You spend a few seconds looking for the elusive Close button, and when you finally find and click it, you are taken to an entirely new page about something you were never interested in. AdBlock

 

#3.  Pocket

Pocket chrome extension

Chrome’s extension Pocket is the easiest, fastest way to capture articles, videos, and anything else you find on the web. With one click, the content you have saved appears across all your devices in a clean, distraction-free space—there to read when you’re ready, whether at home, at work, or on the go. Pocket becomes a personal, quiet corner of the internet where you can spend quality time with the stories that matter to you. Pokcet

SAVE CONTENT 3 DIFFERENT WAYS

– Click the Pocket button in the toolbar

–  You can right-click on a link and then select “Save to Pocket”

– Use the keyboard shortcuts: Ctrl+Shift+P (Windows), Command+Shift+P (Mac)

 

#4.  SEO Minion

SEO Minion

SEO Minion helps you in your SEO tasks such as On-Page SEO analysis, Broken Link Checking, SERP Preview and more.  SEO minion instantly shows you if there are any broken links in your content. It is a new extension but very useful. SEO Minions

This free SEO tool helps you with the following tasks –

Analyze On-Page SEO – analyze the HTML of any webpage and view useful information that will help you optimize the On-Page SEO as well as alert you to any issues.

It can highlight All Links – quickly see all the links (internal & external) for any webpage

Check Broken Links – check every link on a webpage and get a report of any links with issues

Hreflang Checker – check href lang tag validity, as well as whether there are return tags present

SERP Preview – preview your website on a real Google search result and update this in real time

Google search location simulator – view non-personalized google search results for one keyword on two different locations or language combination.

 

#5.  MailTrack

MailTrack

Emails are important for our marketing or business.

If you are using Gmail, you should use MailTrack. It is tracking incoming and outgoing message and it tells you to your sent mail have been read or not. MailTrack is most popular email tracker among the Gmail users. This is an excellent tool for users who have a large number of emails coming in every day. MailTrack offers you daily tracking reports, line tracking, reminders, and many other excellent features.

 

#6.  ColorZilla

ColorZilla

After becoming one of the most downloaded extensions for Mozilla Firefox, ColorZilla was introduced to the Chrome Web Store for people using the Google browser.

This nifty extension consists of a wide range of color-picking and color-matching tools that are excellent for customizing your browser. The extension has an eyedropper icon which gives you access to several options such as creating custom color palettes, zoom, and identifying color codes on selected web pages.

 

#7.  WhatFont

WhatFont

When you visit a website and you liked the font you will always to know what font is used on this site but it is not easy specially if you are not a programmer or web developer. Firebug or Webkit Inspector both are used by the developer and they are easy for developers. However, for others, this should not be necessary. With WhatFont extension, you can inspect the web fonts you like to know by just hovering on them. It is that simple and easy. It also detects the services used for serving web fonts. Supports Typekit and Google Font API. WhatFont

 

Conclusion

I hope you liked above some extension. On Chrome Webstore there are thousands of free extensions that can help you in many ways. It is batter to try yourself.

 

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