As SEOs, we spend a fair bit of time typing website URLs into a whole variety tools on a daily basis. With our jobs busier than ever it’s important we are as efficient as possible and try to save time wherever we can. Add up the time taken filling out forms and trying to remember the URL of that tool you used a while back and its going add up, right? So, how can we help reduce this overhead? Bookmarklets.
Below is a list of Bookmarklets that I’ve created for some of the common SEO Tools around on the web and some other really useful ones you might want to save in your browser toolbox. Simply add them to your browser and you’ll never have to type that URL in again!
- Index Status
- Is the URL indexed in Google.
- Google Site Search
- Check all the pages Indexed in Google.
- Google Cache
- Check the Google cache of the URL you are on.
- Rich Snippets Tool
- Test the URL’s structured data markup.
- Test Site speed using Google PageSpeed.
- View a URLs share trends on Google+ via Google Ripples.
Backlink Profile Analysis Tools
- View backlink profile at a URL level in Open Site Explorer.
- OSE Domain
- View backlink profile of domain in Open Site Explorer.
- Majestic URL
- View backlink profile of URL in in Majestic SEO.
- Majestic Domain
- View backlink profile of domain in Majestic SEO.
- View backlink profile of domain in Ahref.
Domain Statistics Tools
- check the whois informaion for the domain.
- Built with
- check what the webserver is running.
- check the domain’s profile in SEMRush.
- check the domain’s profile in Alexa.
- check the domain’s profile in SearchMetrics.
- check the domain’s profile in Spy On The Web.
- Domain Neighborhood
- check the what other domains are on a website’s server
- check Server Headers, Load Times, Object distribution and Link status using URLValet
Other Useful Tools
- HTML Validation
- Validate the HTML of a page using W3C HTML Validator.
- Check on page content duplication.
- Wayback Machine
- View a websites historical past via the Internet Archive’s wayback machine.
- Review response using Rex Swain’s HTTP Viewer.
- Check out DNS information for a domain.
- Find broken links on a webpage using W3C Link Checker tool.
- Create a wireframe of the URL you are currently viewing.
How to install the Book Marklets?
Installing these bookmarks is REALLY easy. All you need to do is to go through the list, find a bookmarklet you like and then follow the instructions below based on the browser you are using:
Firefox Browser – drag the link into your Bookmarks toolbar. If you can’t see your Bookmarks toolbar, simply right click on the grey area in Firefox and select “Bookmarks Toolbar”.
Chrome Browser – drag the link into your Bookmarks toolbar. If you don’t see this press ctrl+shift+B
Internet Explorer – right click the link and add to favorites. Make sure you save it in your favorites bar otherwise you’ll have to use the drop down to get to the link.
Want to add the whole lot? Download this bookmark file and then use the import function to import the bookmarklets into you browser.
Got a great tool to suggest as a Bookmarklet?
I’ll be adding to this as we go along so if you have any tools that you think would be worth adding to the list just leave a comment below and I’ll try my best to add them!
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