5 Must-Have Firefox Extensions For Bloggers

Do you own a website or blog? Does your job involve search engine optimization of any sort? If you answered yes, then Firefox should be your default internet browser. Explore 5 firefox extensions which can change your ways of blogging.

FireFTP

fireftp

If you are not using FireFTP, then there is a good chance that you are using a full-fledged FTP client (because lightweight ones simply do not offer complete FTP features). FireFTP however, is one light FTP client in the form of a Firefox add-on. Along with transferring your files quickly and efficiently, FireFTP also includes more advanced features such as directory comparison, syncing directories while navigating, SFTP, SSL encryption, search/filtering, integrity checks, remote editing, drag & drop, and file hashing. The best part is that is does not slow down Firefox at all.

SeoQuake

seoquake

This extension is a must-have for anybody whose work involves search engine optimization. SeoQuake obtains and investigates many important SEO parameters of the internet project under study. We can save these parameters for future work and compare them with the results obtained for other competitive projects.

Domain Availability Search

Domain Availability

A website’s name is a very important factor to consider while creating a website. We cannot simply think of a name, we have to check for its availability as well. Doman Availability Search add-on lets us do so easily. Supported TLDs include COM, NET, ORG, BIZ, CO.UK, ORG.UK, MOBI, INFO, TV, WS, IN, ME, US, CC, BZ, CA, CN, EU, and DE.

Shareaholic

shareaholic

Promoting our site or blog over social media networks could not get any easier with Shareaholic. It is an award-winning add-on that has been downloaded over 1 million times by people looking for a customizable, light-weight method of sharing virtually any web page. The supported range of networks is more than impressive and we can share on them with simple mouse clicks.

Flagfox

maps

Finding out about the location of a site can be helpful in eliminating doubts regarding security. On the Firefox address bar, Flagfox places the country flag of the currently open website’s server. We can click on this Flag to pull up a geographical map of that location and other information regarding the site such as the city and IP address.

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