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Monitoring your domains in the SERPS

Any good Firefox extensions to help?

9:45 pm on May 8, 2009 (gmt 0)

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I have quite a few domains that I monitor, and what I'm looking for is a Firefox extension that would highlight a domains in a given list (or even based off of a regexp); are there any like this at all?

If not, I may just have to write one myself :(

Also, another very handy extension that I used was SplitLink, but it is not compatible with Firefox 3. It would split redirects line by line, making it easy to read. Are there any alternatives for Firefox 3?

11:24 am on July 4, 2009 (gmt 0)

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There are a few SEO tools for FF that might do what you want but I found them very slow and kinda cumbersome and buggy.

I'd stick with more traditional tools.

Besides, Google analytics will tell you what you need to know without checking SERPs all the time. When traffic on a keyword goes down you can assume it needs to be looked at.

3:53 am on Aug 10, 2009 (gmt 0)

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I agree with all of incrediBILLs points.

I have used and uninstalled a few FF extensions and they were all useless IMO.

Google analytics and consistent, never-ending site building will tell you what you need to know and get the job done.