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Alexa toolbar for Firefox

Posted by admin on June 18th, 2007 filed in Alexa

Finally someone developed a toolbar for Firefox. It’s not an official Alexa product, but good for any Firefox user.

Smart PageRank’s ‘Smart Toolbar‘ is small, simple, and powerful. It gives you quick access to powerful SEO tools. It also includes the Alexa Rank and Page Rank (trademarks of Alexa and Google respectively). The usage of this toolbar will increase the Alexa Rank of the websites you visit.

Search Status is a toolbar extension for Firefox and Mozilla that allows you to see how any and every website in the world is performing. Designed for the highly specialised needs of search engine marketers, this toolbar provides extensive search-related information about a site, all conveniently displayed in one discreet and compact toolbar.

Strange that Alexa never released an official Alexa toolbar for Firefox or Mac.

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6 Responses to “Alexa toolbar for Firefox”

  1. Billy Says:

    Search status is quite powerful, consider it also displays page rank, compete.com data alongside alexa. When you right click on the Q, all the other nifty tools come up. Enabling the Highlight No Follow is neat.

  2. Dylan Lewis Says:

    Hi,

    The link you provided seems to be broken - this is where I found the toolbar:
    http://www.smartpagerank.com/extension.php

    Thanks for the tip!

    Dylan Lewis
    http://www.WikiWebAnalytics.com

  3. Jacob Share Says:

    I’ve been using SearchStatus for some time now and I like it but it’s somewhat buggy in the current release. Depending on where you choose to have it display itself - I tried in my Diigo toolbar and right side of statusbar - it sometimes doesn’t appear at all once the browser loads. I’ve settled on it in the left side of my statusbar and so far no problems there.

  4. admin Says:

    Thanks for the answers. I will fix the link.

  5. Webanalyticsbook » Sparky - Alexa for Firefox Says:

    [...] They call it “Sparky”. Sparky has even more functionalities thanthe unofficial Alexa toolbar (for Firefox). It is a great move, especially for Alexa users in [...]

  6. Check 4 Jobs Says:

    Just found out about Searchstatus thanks to your blog, nice one!

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