As a Firefox user and blogger, I realized that the best way to be more efficient was to find useful add-ons for the Mozilla Web browser.
After trying a variety of Firefox extensions, I’ve found Top 5 that do a fine job of making my blogging more productive.
# Zemanta: Zemanta is simply fantastic. As you write a blog post, it automatically finds and delivers content suggestions relevant to the blog text. So if you’re writing about the iPhone, Zemanta will find images, links, and articles on the Web that are relevant to the device. If you like what you see, you can quickly add that to your post with a single click. Zemanta is a must-have. It’s as simple as that.
Link – Zemanta
# WebMynd: If you have a list of sites that you always consult when performing research for a blog post, WebMynd is for you. Once installed, it adds a sidebar to Google Search results containing all the relevant results from sites you frequent, like Wikipedia and Digg. It then records what you’ve clicked on so you can easily go back to it at a later time. Not all sites are supported, unfortunately, but I think that you’ll quickly learn that finding the most relevant results is much easier with the help of WebMynd.
Link – WebMynd
# Surf Canyon: When you research a post on Google, Yahoo, or Live Search, chances are that you might be missing some relevant links on pages that are lower in the search results. That’s where Surf Canyon comes in. It analyzes your query and searches deep into results to find all the pages that best match it. I’ve used it on multiple occasions. Almost every time, Surf Canyon returned outstanding results. I highly recommend it.
Link – Surf Canyon
# SearchStatus: SearchStatus gives you all the information you need to determine your Google PageRank, Alexa rank, Compete ranking, and SEOmoz Linkscape MozRank. It also provides a keyword density analyzer and backward link information. If you want your blog to grow, SearchStatus is worth using.
Link – SearchStatus
# Clipmarks: Clipmarks lets you “clip” (copy) sections of a Web page, including text, images, or video, and add them to your Clipmarks profile. You can then send all your saved clips to your blog. You can also send them to Friendfeed, Twitter, Facebook, and other social networks. It’s a useful tool. Check it out.
Link – Clipmarks
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