Search engine optimization expert, Aaron Wall, the author of the SEO Book has released a toolbar that puts all kinds of cool internet marketing data right in your Firefox browsers and he’s order this review to generate some buzz for it. If you’re into Internet marketing and making money online, the SEO Toolbar is a must have.
The SEO game is getting extremely complex and requires more effort than ever to keep up with the changes. The idea for Aaron’s SEO Toolbar was to put the best competitive research data and the best SEO research tools at your fingertips for free.
What would happen if you smooshed together many of the best parts of Rank Checker, SEO for Firefox, the best keyword research tools across the web, a feed reader (pre-populated with many SEO feeds), a ton of competitive research tools, the ability to compare up to 5 competing sites against each other, easy data export, and boatloads of other features into 1 handy Firefox extension? Well, you would have the SEO Toolbar.
This SEO Toolbar was designed to make it easier for you to evaluate how strong a competing website is. The toolbar pulls in many useful marketing data points to make it easy for you to get a more holistic view of the competitive landscape right from your browser. In addition to pulling in useful data, the SEO Toolbar also provides links to the data sources so you can dig deeper into the data. Aaron created the following video to show how the SEO Toolbar works.
The SEO Toolbar integrates seamlessly with Firefox. Installation is as simple as any other Firefox plugin. Just click the download link and allow Firefox to install it.
The toolbar runs very fast on my Macbook Pro. When I switched tabs to go to another site, the information on the SEO Toolbar updates almost instantly. It’s a great way to get snap shots on how competing sites are doing compare to your sites.
Aaron has done a great job with this new toolbar. Before, I would have to use a half dozen tools to get all the information I can get from just using the SEO Toolbar. The amount of information offered by the SEO Toolbar is pretty amazing. It can be overwhelming at first and it may take you a few days to get a true sense of the power this toolbar can give you.
The SEO Toolbar is completely free to download and use. The toolbar works only with Firefox so you’ll have to get that if you don’t have it already. If you’re running Firefox, then I recommend you complete it by adding the SEO Toolbar.