Are you a Blogger? Do you always feel you don’t enough time for the tasks you plan each day?

Then you need to check the plugins listed below. I can tell for sure that these plugins will save you a lot of time.

As bloggers, we spend most of our time in using our browser. So it is very important to be extremely productive so that you are left with enough time for other tasks as well.

Below is a list of 11 must have Chrome plugins for 2016.

11 Must Have Chrome Plugins for Bloggers

#1. Gyazo

Gyazo

If you take a lot of screenshots, then this plugin is a must. Gyazo provides the easiest way to save screenshots, GIFs, and websites.

In less than two seconds you can capture a particular element, an image or an entire website. The best part you can instantly share them. The link even shows the preview of the image.

You can download it free on Google Chrome Store.

#2. Grammarly for Chrome

Grammarly

If you are a blogger, then this is the first plugin you should install on your browser. Grammarly is the world’s best online grammar checker. Not only does it rectifies silly spelling mistakes but also sentence structure and even provides you with the correct alternative.

Grammarly also has an inbuilt plagiarism checker. Grammarly easily integrates into sites like Gmail, Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Tumblr, and nearly everywhere else you write on the web.

The best part is that Grammarly is free to use.

#3. NoFollow

Do you ever get confused whether a link is no-followed or do-followed? Do you always inspect element on your browser to confirm the link type?

Install NoFollow Plugin and save your precious blogging time.

The plugin outlines links with rel=”no follow” attribute and links on pages with no follow or index robots meta tag.

Cool! Right.

#4. Pocket

Pocket app

If you are a blogger and you don’t know about Pocket, then you must be living under a rock. This is the most popular app among bloggers.

What Pocket essentially lets you do is to save articles, videos and others for later usage. The best part is that it syncs across all devices. This means the article you save on your laptop can be easily viewed on your phone or any other device. It has an app both on Android and iOS. Moreover Pocket is free to use. You download it for Chrome as well.

#5. LastPass

Being a blogger, I need to remember a lot of account details for various affiliate programs and other useful websites. LastPass is the best password manager. Don’t worry it is free. LastPass remembers all your account details and will autologin to all your sites and even sync it across all of your devices.

No need to worry, LastPass is 100% safe to use.

#6. MozBar

Have you ever been in a situation where you had to check each website on Ahrefs or Moz to check the difficulty level of a keyword from the search results?

Then you need MozBar. The plugin is created by Moz. Moz is a big name in the SEO space. It lets you do custom searches, compare link metrics, highlight links and keywords, quickly exposes page elements, and access other SEO tools.

It can be easily downloaded for free on the Google Web Store with some restrictions.

#7. Feedly

If you follow a lot of blogs, then Feedly can make your job easier. It is the most popular RSS and blog reader in the world. With over 15 million users you can’t go wrong with this one. Some features include saving for later, emailing pages, tweeting pages and tagging pages. You can download it free from Google Web Store.

#8. LinkMiner

Do you do a lot of manual link building? Have you heard about broken link building? Link Miner takes the broken link checking to the next level. It searches for different broken links on the page. It is made by PointBlankSEO which is another big name in the SEO space. You can also get link & social data on any link on a page.

#9. Email Hunter

Email Hunter

Do you do email outreach? Then you may be knowing the amount of time spent in finding the contact email address for a blog.

Email Hunter is a free tool to get email addresses from any website or blog. The free version provides you with 150 email searches a month. If you are serious about email outreach, then you can upgrade to a premium plan as well. The results are 9 out of 10 times correct. The best part is that it also shows sources from where the email address was found.

#10. Email Extractor

This plugin lets you extract email ids from a page. You can then export the list to a text file for further use.

It has over 40k users on Google Web Store and it free to use.

#11. Streak for Gmail

If you use Gmail for your emails, then you need to install this plugin. It provides you with many features which you would have dreamt of before.

The best one is email tracking. You will get notified when your emails get read.

Other features include scheduling emails and organizing them. It is useful for sales (CRM), hiring, and support.

I hope you loved the post. I am sure that these plugins will definitely make your blogging easy and fun.

Comment your favorite plugins below. I would love to know them.

This is a guest post by Tuhin Adhikary. Tuhin Adhikary is the founder of SerpDaddy. Expert in Internet Marketing campaigns, specialized in Organic SEO, Search Engine Marketing (SEM) and Social Media Marketing. Since he discovered the endless flow of money going through the internet he started making money since 2010. His new goal is sharing information, helping people to make money and increase their earning.

3 COMMENTS

  1. Among all the extensions, Grammarly and nofollow are extremely must have for every blogger. Other extensions are also helpful for blogger. Thank you so much for sharing the article about must have chrome extension for blogger.

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