It’s increasingly difficult to keep an eye on all the SEO data and information you need to stay at the top of Google’s search rankings. You might have a favorite website or service to help you tackle all the information, but there are some great, simple browser extensions that can help you streamline the process. This list of 28 browser extensions features everything from all-in-one SEO data trackers to tools that let you see how fast your browser is loading web pages. No matter what, there’s sure to be an SEO tool on this list that can make your life easier!

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Gone are the days when Twitter limited direct messages to 140 characters. The limit has been increased to 10,000 characters, which means that users are able to engage with one another in a far more valuable way. This is great news for brands who can use the opportunity to communicate and connect with consumers on a deeper level. Answer followers’ questions in detail, offer promotions, and more! Start thinking about the creative ways your brand can take advantage of this new service.

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Facebook’s Mobile Autofill Feature Is Pure Bliss For Marketers

July 30, 2015

Facebook is making it easier than ever for users to sign up for marketing offers and other features through a streamlined autofill system that works in-line with the Facebook app.

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Make Your Audience Listen! Pandora Ads Are Doing The Trick

July 29, 2015

The new generation of audiophiles are increasingly adverse to advertisements, but Pandora’s music streaming service is offering up a new option for listeners. Sponsored listening lets users choose to play one advertisement to gain access to one hour of free uninterrupted music streaming. Brands like Land Rover have found that users engage more strongly with […]

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Did Google+ Just Axe Your Business Site?

July 29, 2015

Google is attempting to clean up its Google+ service, which means that lots of infrequently-trafficked Google+ business pages are getting the axe. It’s important to have a strong online presence, but it can be easy to neglect a Google+ page. Make sure your Google+ business page is verified and connected with a user so that […]

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iOS9 Is Coming: Will the New Privacy Changes Affect App Developers?

July 29, 2015

iOS9 is upping the privacy features, which means that some app developers are losing access to crucial user data. Will this affect your marketing strategies?

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New Tech Trends Are Paving the Way to Success. Are You On Board?

July 28, 2015

Check out these 4 ecommerce tech trends: Integrated wishlists within websites are making it easier than ever for consumers to share the products they are interested in. Twitter users can now add items to their Amazon wishlist with a hashtag. Receipt validation is another way to promote brand loyalty and keep customers within your company’s […]

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Hitting the Internet Jackpot: Experts Give Tips for Engineering Viral Content

July 28, 2015

While most app developers that have gone viral can’t explain how they got there, panelists weigh in on ways to make sure your content goes viral. Focusing on how content makes people feel can be a great way to go viral since it engages users on a deep, emotional level. People also tend to share […]

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Emoji Mania! Should You Be Using Emojis For Your Branding?

July 28, 2015

Should your company be using Emojis? Modern text communication is relying more and more on the use of Emojis to convey the proper message. Knowing how to use Emojis and incorporating them into your brand could help you stay connected to your audience.

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It’s Time To Increase Your App Discoverability

July 27, 2015

EO is transitioning from focusing on web pages to targeting mobile apps. Mobile apps and mobile websites are driving sales for companies who use them, yet many mobile apps are still not indexed on major search engines. Google searches will now suggest new apps to install within standard organic searches. Google’s new “Now On Tap” […]

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