Meet the SEO Pro Extension by MarketingSyrup
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✦ SEO Pro Features ✦
Some of the things you can do with SEO Pro extension in under 3 seconds
Check HTTP Status of Any Page
You will see the badge with the HTTP status right on the extension bar!
Dive even further into the ‘Status’ tab to see more info, including the redirect chains.
Quickly Spot Indexing or Canonicalization Issues
The SEO Pro extension will show you hints when the page you’re looking at:
• Has meta-robots set to ‘noindex’
• Has the canonical tag pointing to a different page
Check Core Web Vitals Instantly
The SEO Pro extension shows the Core Web Vitals:
• LCP (largest contentful paint)
• FID (first input delay)
• CLS (cumulative layout shift)
The extension checks Chrome user experience report for mobile and returns the results via API.
It first checks for the Field Data of a page. When it’s not available, then the extension checks for Origin Data (aggregate stats for the whole website).
If neither Field Data nor Origin Data is available, SEO Pro will show ‘No info available.’
Analyze Headings Hierarchy of Any Page
You can quickly see the headings tree of any page.
It’s handy when you want to see how many H1s the page is using. Or when you want to spot any heading opportunities your competitors are using.
ADDITIONAL: Export all the headings found on a page in a CSV with just 1 click!
Highlight Nofollow Links on a Page
Whenever you need to see if a link on a page is nofollowed, you can easily do it without any need to dig into the code.
Just click the extension badge in the browser, go to the Links tab and choose ‘Highlight nofollow links’.
The nofollow links will be framed in red immediately so that you can easily spot them.
ADDITIONAL: Export all internal and external links with anchors in a CSV file for further analysis.
Spot Missing Images Alt Tags
On the Images tab, you can easily see the alt tags of the images on a page.
It will help you quickly spot the images that are missing alt tags.
ADDITIONAL: Export all images along with their dimensions in a CSV!
Check Schema Markup
SEO Pro extension makes it easy for you to check all types of Schema markup so that you don’t need to open the Rich Snippets tool and wait minutes for it to show the results.
Just check out the Schema tab.
Preview the page for social media
Social tab shows you the Open Graph information if there is any.
It will help you see how the page will be displayed on social media platforms such as Linkedin, Twitter/X, etc.
Especially useful if you are a copywriter, blogger or content creator who wants to see the preview of your page before it’s shared on social media.
and much more
The SEO Pro Extension is handy for:
A quick check of a prospect’s website so that you can easily estimate how much work is required.
A website audit to quickly see on-page data at a glance.
Analyzing image optimization as you can quickly spot images missing alt tags as well as see large images.
Day-to-day SEO tasks and checks as the SEO Pro Extension combines multiple tools and shows you meta data, HTTP status codes, redirect chains, Schema, internal links, nofollowed links, etc.
Checking whether your backlink is do-follow.
Technical SEO checks.
SEO Pro Extension Features
The Overview tab has all chances to become your favourite tab as it shows the most important stats right away.
- Title tag
- Meta description
- Canonical URL
- Meta robots
- NEW! Core Web Vitals (field data on mobile)
- NEW! Word Count
- Number of headings, images and links found on the page
There are also links to the sitemap.xml and robots.txt files.
You’ll have everything in 1 place.
(Oh, and by the way, we didn’t include the meta keywords in the tool… cause why?!)
The Headings tab shows H1-H6 headings as a tree so that you can visually see the structure of the page you’re analyzing.
New! Now you can easily spot any issues, such as a missing or too many H1 tags, and also scan the headings hierarchy in a blink of an eye.
This tab makes it so much easier to analyze landing pages, blog post structure (e.g. when you’re looking into the pages competing with you in the SERPs).
You can also quickly export all the headings in a CSV. Now you can easily compare 2 different pages in a spreadsheet.
The Status tab shows the headers, aka status codes. It will help you see if the page URL returns the right HTTP status code (e.g. 200) or goes through a chain of redirects.
You can also check if the most common duplicates – like http/https and www/non-www – are handled properly on the website you’re analyzing.
The Links tab shows the number of links on the current page.
The links are broken down into Internal and External, which is very handy for analysis. Plus, you can easily export them in a CSV.
For example, you can export only internal links and then analyze the internal linking and spot opportunities to improve it.
And the best part – you can also highlight nofollow links in this tab with just 1 click! You don’t need to use a separate extension for this anymore.
The Image tab shows the number of images, and how many of them have the ALT text.
Then, there’s a breakdown of every image with a link to it, and the alt text if it’s present.
Plus, you can export all images in a CSV. The export file will also list each image’s dimensions, which is very handy for image optimization if you want to improve page speed and Core Web Vitals.
The Schema tab is gold. It shows you the structured data types and entities added to the page you’re analyzing.
This tab shows more than the Google Rich Results tool. It includes not only those schema types that would be seen in the search results (e.g. Product) but also those which are used to provide more information to Google (e.g. Organization, Person, etc.).
So you can preview how any page will be displayed when you share it on social media platforms such as LinkedIn, Twitter / X, etc.
PEOPLE LOVE IT!
What people say about SEO Pro Extension
Answers to SEO PRO extension questions
Frequently Asked Questions
It’s very easy!
Step 1: go to the Google Chrome Store page.
Step 2: Click ‘Add to Crome’
Step 3: Click ‘Add extension’ in the pop-up that will appear in your browser.
Step 4: Pin the extension in your extensions bar
No, you don’t need any subscription. Just install the extension in Chrome and start using it!
Yes, the SEO Pro extension is 100% free. You will never be asked to pay for it.
However, if you feel like it, you can buy Kristina a coffee to thank her and her team for the extension 🙂
No, it’s not available for Firefox (yet?). The SEO Pro extension is currently available only for Chrome.
If there’s enough demand for that, the extension will also be added to the Firefox add-ons store.
We’re continually updating the extension to make sure it provides high value to its users. You can send your feature requests to this email address email@example.com. We’ll review it, and if we feel the SEO Pro extension and its users will benefit from it, we’ll add that feature.
We’re happy you love it!
The SEO pro extension is free forever. But there are things that you can do to support it. Choose any of the following:
Donate via Buy me a coffee
Review the extension in the Google Chrome store
Share the extension with your colleagues and social media followers.
Include the extension in your Newsletter
We’re thankful for your support!
The SEO Pro extension was inspired by SEO Meta in 1 click which I, Kristina, loved and used every day.
But it was missing some features (like Schema, status codes and redirect chains, export options, etc.) and the design was not quite usable for me. So I took it as an inspiration and created a new tool that has many more great features to offer.
Some people also ask how the SEO Pro extension is better than SEOQuake. I haven’t used the latter for a long time. But here’s what other people say:
At the end of the day, you’re free to choose the tool that works better for you.
The extension first checks Field data for a page.
If Field data does not exist, it checks for Origin Summary info (the aggregate experience of all pages on the website). In this case, all metrics will be the same across all website pages.
If neither Field data nor Origin Summary is available, the extension does not return any info. You can then use Page Speed Insights to check the lab data.
SEO Pro Extension Change Log
7 Nov 2023
A new tab is here: Open Graph / Social! It will let you preview how any page will be displayed when you share it on social media platforms such as LinkedIn. Twitter / X, etc.
We also added color coding to the headings display so that you can easily spot any issues (such as a missing H1 tag)
1 Feb 2023
We added a word count so you can check how many words on any page. PLUS you can export all page copy in a TXT file for easy analysis. Additionally, we made a few visual improvements to the extension.
10 Feb 2022
We fixed all known issues with displaying HTTP statuses. We also added badges and hints about the HTTP status of the page, canonical tags and meta robots tags to be displayed right on the extension icon.
2 Aug 2021
The extension window has been restructured. It does not inherit website styles anymore which has fixed most visual bugs and glitches.
The quicklinks tab now has links to useful SEO resources.
13 Apr 2021
New feature! Now the SEO Pro extension shows Core Web Vitals (field data)
20 Feb 2021
Added a Donate button. Added a custom greeting page that opens after installing the SEO Pro extension. Did minor formatting improvements.
25 Jan 2021
Improved how the redirect chains are shown on the Status tab.
15 Jan 2021
Improved formatting on the Overview and Tools tabs. Improved how the meta description is pulled from a page and shown in the extension. Improved the Status tab.
14 Dec 2020
the extension is launched on the Google Chrome Store. It got 4000+ installs in the first few weeks.