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Majestic SEO Announce Firefox Extension & Add-on

18 March 2013 BY

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Today Majestic SEO announce another browser extension – the Firefox Add on.

This follows the Chrome extension launched in December to help give even quicker access to the Majestic Stats that we know and love.

Although paid users will receive the most benefit, the Firefox Browser Add on is also available for free account users.

What does it look like?

The extension is subtly placed at the bottom right hand corner of your screen enables a pop up window over your browser screen containing domain counts, backlinks and all main metrics.

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How do I get my hands on the FireFox Extension?

For details visit the Majestic SEO Blog, or download the Majestic SEO FireFox Browser Extension direct from Mozilla. The Plug in has already been certified 100% clean by Softpedia.

For best results – link up your existing Majestic SEO account.

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AUTHORED BY:
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Jackie Hole is an Award Winning Search Marketing consultant specialising in Paid Search, Conversion Improvement and Organic Search / SEO for the USA, Canada and European markets. Starting out in Multimedia & Interface Design, Jackie has over 15 years experience in online marketing and was recently awarded European Search Personality of the Year. Jackie is Company Director of 22M
  • http://www.andrewisidoro.co.uk/ Andrew Isidoro

    Good news! I’m hoping a chrome version may follow too…

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