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Do you know a Firefox addon that adds position number to Google/Yahoo results?

When I do SEO report for www.some-site.example by keyphrase "some-site" I usually show results in blocks of 100 results per page. Then using browser find box I search for some-site.example, if found in page I see its position, but I have to count by hand the number of results before (or after) it to know the exact position number.

It would be handful a simple addon that adds a number positioning before each result like:

1. Result blah blah
Snippet...
url

2. Result blah blah
Snippet...
url

etc.

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5
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Try using this GreaseMonkey script and see if it works for you.

http://userscripts.org/scripts/show/10687

  • 1
    +1 GreaseMonkey is ideal for this type of browser behavior modification – danlefree Nov 9 '10 at 5:12
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SEO for Firefox, shows that and much more as well as allows you to export the data as CSV.

  • It seems too complicate, I don't like the idea to subscribe to the nth web service. I was seraching for a simple addon. Thanks anyway for your suggestion. – Marco Demaio Nov 8 '10 at 16:01
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Try SEOQuake which is a plugin for (most) major browsers. It allows you to see directly on the search results various statistics for each site (yours also). Using Tools>SEOQuake>Keyword Density you can generate a live report of a given web page, which creates a statistical breakdown of your keywords by value.

Other features include performing a Diagnosis which actually suggests in plain-user text, exactly what you can do to improve your SEO.

  • SEOQuake does everything except what I asked. – Marco Demaio Oct 8 '12 at 18:03

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