'Inbound & Down' S3 E03: Google Chrome Extensions Every Digital Marketer Should Know & Use

Ali Magno

Ali Magno
Published February 13, 2018

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On this episode of 'Inbound & Down,' co-hosts Jon Sasala and Danielle Esposito discuss helpful Google Chrome extensions (or plug-ins, as we like to call them) all digital marketers should know and utilize.


As digital marketers, there are plenty of tools available to help make sure we're effectively implementing our research and strategies. Google Chrome extensions provide a wide range of tools for designers and content producers alike, and many of these are free.

"A lot of companies, a lot of websites, a lot of SaaS companies develop plug-ins [extensions] so that you can do things right there in your browser," explains Jon Sasala, creative director at Morey Creative Studios.

Here's a list of Morey Creative Studios' favorite Google Chrome extensions for digital marketers:

1. MozBar

You've heard Danielle say how much she loves Moz, so it's no surprise that its Chrome extension is first on this list. The MozBar is a SEO extension that provides the page and domain authority for any post. If you pay for a Moz account, you'll also get additional features, such as page analysis and link metrics.

2. Hunter

Hunter crawls company websites and collects employees' email addresses. We recommend cross-referencing this contact information, however, to ensure you're reaching out to the correct person.

3. Chromecast

Chromecast devices project whatever's on your computer monitor directly to the television screen. This is helpful if you're making a presentation to your team.

Screenshot of Google homepage with chromecast option selected from a menu


4. Awesome Screenshot

A rolling screen-grab extension, Awesome Screenshot captures an entire web page.

5. ColorPick EyeDropper

Great for web designers, this extension replicates the specific hues of web pages via color values.

GIF of ColorPick Eyedropper chrome extension grabbing a colorSource

6. Page Ruler

Page Ruler quantifies the pixel dimensions and positioning of any image, enabling users to measure elements on any web page.

GIF of Page Ruler Chrome extension in useSource

7. Check My Links

The Check My Links extension crawls a web page to identify broken links.

"If you are looking to build links, you can go on a page and see if there's any broken links, and then if you find a broken link, you can shoot them an email and say, 'This is broken link I have a piece that would work perfectly for it,'" explains Danielle Esposito, senior strategist at Morey Creative Studios.

Screenshot of Check My Links Chrome extension in use

8. Linkclump

This extension instantly opens each (search engine results page) SERP in individual tabs. This is great for content strategy and/or pillar page planning, since it identifies exactly what pages are already ranking for the keywords you're trying to go after.

GIF of Linkclum chrome extension in useSource

9. Pocket

Pocket organizes bookmarks from various websites in one centralized place and facilitates integration with other services, such as social media, for example.

10. Soapbox

Developed by Wistia, Soapbox makes it free and easy to record yourself via your computer monitor. Afterwards, edit the video and choose its formatting. It's a great way to share or connect with your team and/or clients on a more personal level.

11. BuzzSumo

BuzzSumo's extension tallies social share counts for any page or website, without having to visit these sites.

GIF of BuzzSumo Chrome extension in useSource


12. Woorank

WooRank's extension provides a detailed SEO report for any given website, and SEO tips to help your website rank #1 in Google SERPs.

Screenshot of WooRank Chrome extension resultsSource

13. Grammarly

Say goodbye to publishing errors! Grammarly detects various spelling and grammatical mistakes anywhere you're writing on the web, to improve your content.

14. LastPass

Whether you're managing clients or your own accounts across various platforms, keeping track of your passwords can be a headache. LastPass manages these in one spot, so you don't have to remember.

15. Revue

Although Revue isn't free, it enables users to collect specific articles and links in one centralized area, while browsing. Then, you can easily curate a newsletter comprised of those articles to send to your contacts!

Have some great Chrome Extensions that we missed? Comment below to let us know!


Have any questions or topic suggestions? Comment below, or email us at inbound@moreycreative.com.

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