PostHeaderIcon Firefox with SeoQuake add-ons

Surfing the net is fun, but if you surf with a little knowledge then you’ll get some benefits for it. I’m surfing with Firefox with a little add-ons called SeoQuake . What does it do?

Seoquake is a Mozilla Firefox extension aimed primarily at helping web masters who deal with search engine optimization and internet promotion of web sites. Seoquake allows to obtain and investigate many important SEO parameters of the internet…

What it do is what all webmasters needs! Info! Info! Info! That’s it, it will show all the info about the site you’re visiting such as Google PR, backlinks, indexed page, Alexa rank, internal link, external link and much much more.

The best part that I love about it is that it show the numbers of the "nofollow" link of the particular sites that I’m visiting. It makes it easier for me to determine that the site is a "Do Follow" blog/sites or NOT! The thing is that you CAN’T always trust the "Do Follow" badge. It’s all CRAP!!! Some webmasters display the badge and set their blog "nofollow" in the comment sections. And some webmasters are just plain stupid! They don’t even know what that even means! They see that people use the badge and they figure that they should have it too without even knowing what it means.

Enough of the blabbering, if you’re a webmaster then you probably need this add-ons. Here’s a little snapshot.

The add-ons even shows the info in your search results. You have to configure the add-ons to suite your needs. So, what are you waiting for. Get SeoQuake now! :w00t:

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