Ubersuggest Extension for Chrome
Attention: After installing the extension, just go to Google and do a search. That’s where you will see the data.
This has been going on for a while. And now it’s finally here.
Today, I want to introduce you to the new Ubersuggest Extension for Chrome.
Having been in the SEO business for over 21 years, I knew it would be more convenient to do your SEO research while you surf the web or search Google rather than having to go back to Ubersuggest all the time.
That’s why I created this Chrome extension.
And what’s in this Chrome extension?
Well, the easiest way to know what’s in it (it’s free) is to go there and install it to test it.
But let’s see what’s in it…
When you’re searching Google, you’ll get an overview in the search bar.
You will see the monthly search volume and cost per click for that keyword.
When you click on the “see all” link, you will get a detailed overview of that keyword.
The chart above details the total search volume for the month. The coolest thing is that it shows you both monthly mobile and desktop searches.
On top of the graph, you see the metrics for how difficult it is to rank for that keyword (SEO Difficulty) and how competitive it is from a paid advertising standpoint (Paid Difficulty).
Underneath the graph, you will see two more bar graphs. The first one shows whether or not people are clicking on SEO results, paid results, or not clicking anything.
The second shows data on the age range of all search users.
Above the organic results, you will see a speech bubble that shows the average authority of the ranking sites (domain score) and the average number of referring domains that the top ten results have (backlinks).
If you want a more detailed look, you’ll see a graph in the sidebar that shows how many referral links each of the top ten results has.
Keep in mind that link metrics are based on referring domains. So if a website has 100 links from the same domain name, it will only count as one. Because what really matters in terms of SEO is how many unique and relevant sites you can get to link to you, not how many times the same place will keep linking to you over and over.
Even more keyword data
In the sidebar, you will also see even more keyword data.
You will see a list of other popular keywords that are nearby. You’ll also get metrics for each keyword, from its search frequency (volume), how much it would cost to bid for that keyword (CPC), to the difficulty of the keyword in terms of SEO (SD).
If you scroll down to the bottom of the screen, you will see a list of related keywords provided by Google.
Here again, we offer data such as search volume, cost per click, and SEO difficulty.
Every time you do a Google search, you will, of course, see a list of sites that rank for that keyword.
As you can see below the URL, we know the site’s authority (domain score), how many shares this URL has on Pinterest and Facebook, and how many unique domains link to that result.
The coolest thing is that you can click the “down arrow” next to the number of links and see the complete list of sites that link and their domain score, and the anchor text they used in the link.
Choose your country and language
The last feature of the extension is that you can change your locale and your language.
You just need to click on the “Settings” link in the sidebar.
You will see a long list of languages and countries to choose from.
Regardless of which version of Google you’re using, whether it’s Google.com.br or Google.co.in, you’ll see SEO whenever you do a search.
I have other significant changes to be implemented to the extension soon, but I’d love to hear what you guys think so far.
And if you have any feature requests, just leave a comment down here. So, we can prioritize them in the following additions to the extension.
So go check out the Ubersuggest extension and give it a try.
What did you think of the extension? What other features would you like me to include?
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