SEO and digital dev bookmarklets
So I have been a bit of a convert to bookmarklets recently-they are lighter than install things – and once you get the hang of them, pretty awesome! I was about to write a post on bookmarklets, but honestly, everyone else has already done it, one day I will find something cool and different to write about (that I am actually allowed to!).
3 quick links to get your started -
These are the ones that I find most useful -
All the links (stripper)
Serps – strip out links from a page including search results – really cool if you know how to use Google search operators – http://www.onlinesales.co.uk/seo/bookmarklet/serps.php (link to the authors page) – want to find some of the pdfs indexed on your site? if your familiar with site operators – it allows you to not just look at ranks, but competitors too.
One click page (SEO analysis)
Page analysis http://twkm.ca/seo-bookmarklet/ does sort of everything type of thing – a full page analysis.
There are two versions of this – I like the bleeding edge one, and so far I haven’t seen too much wrong!
http://markup.io/ – the ability to draw stuff on others pages and share – absolutely awesome for sharing with devs etc.. in seconds – really useful – and they can reply too (with more on-page graffiti)!
Check the referrer –
so simple, but in the SEO analytics world – absolutely essential! Also Google what is my referrer, there is a great site to if your on something like an iphone as to what is being transmitted, or more importantly isn’t!
Xheaders –(check it on SEOmoz.org)
Edit a webpage –
so cool and really, well cool and useful for quickly changing mockups – it is also great for convincing writers they have typos too …
Colour links (follow, nofollow)
http://www.onlinesales.co.uk/seo/bookmarklet/colour-links.php (link to the authors page)
I always used to have plugins to highlight the nofollows, but by gum, that is quick and easy!
What is your must have booklet?
Would love to hear your single must have booklet that I have missed.
UPDATE – just done one for SearchMetrics which I love