As a social media marketer, I am always trying to boost my productivity. It’s maybe a common question for every marketer that, “how can I get maximum result investing minimal time.” Recently, I discovered six browser extensions that extremely helpful for a busy social media marketer and three more additional extensions that can super simplify to grow your targeted network.
In this article, I am going to share all nine browser extensions that help a busy marketer.
#1. Leverage your browser tabs maintenance using OneTab
It’s common mistakes for every social marketing geek that they open too many tabs in one browser. Sometime’s it is hard to maintain all of them, but you don’t want to close them. One Tab can pull all browser tabs into a simple list under only one tab, where you can then organize, sort, or save that for later use or simply open one by one that is necessary now.
#2. Save web page article’s with Evernote Web Clipper
It is no matter which type of marketer you are, Evernote Web Clipper can make your web researching and take note straightforward and easy. A fantastic free tool from the Evernote team. You can clip a web page and save it as an article or plain text, taking a screenshot of full or selected Area, writing notes, or pointing with an arrow key. After you make a clip, you can add tags, comments, and drop into a folder in your Evernote account.
You can then share the article using Facebook, Twitter, or Google+ or whomever you want.
#3. Edit Your Content on Browser With Grammarly
As a marketer, we got very little time to proofread our documents. Grammarly is one of the free, powerful, and easy to use service that edits your work as you write on any browser platform like Facebook, Twitter, and so on. There are two types of the version are available, free and paid. The free version let you check more advanced grammar error, spelling, punctuation, and common mistakes that occur while you are writing. You can use the Grammarly website or use the simple browser extension to edit your document as you create social media posts using a browser or other platforms.
If you have a clean copy, the app icon will remain green. Otherwise, it turned into the red with suggestions. All you need to click on the red icon and edit the file as suggested.
#4. Grammarly browser extension
The paid version adds some extra features such as style and sentence structure suggestions, vocabulary enhancement tips, and a universal plagiarism detection service. You can also submit your work to one of their professional proofreaders.
When the “G” icon remains green, that means the copy is clean and accurate. When it turned into the red with error suggestion, you may need to work on it.
#4. Utilize Hootlet for Schedule Social Posts
HootSuite is a super useful Social Media Management Tool. And you can use their browser extension Hootlet to create and schedule Social Media posts right away from your browser.
Browse to a website article that you like to share and click the Hootlet icon to share it immediately.
Then, you can choose your preferred social media account, on which you want to post it, edit the post, and post immediately or schedule it. Clicking on the Hootlet icon lets you to schedule and publish your post without leaving the workflow you are currently working on.
#5. Find appropriate Hashtags With RiteTag
RiteTag is an excellent tool for researching relevant and trending hashtags. To access the free version, you need to use RiteTag’s website. Just enter your keyword or topic in the search box.
Searching hashtags on RiteTag offer insights into what tags are trending and which one to avoid.
You can get access to the browser extension at the paid level (starting at $11 per month). That allows you to enhance your social media posts with hashtags related to the topic that you’re writing.
#6. Track Email Opens With RocketBolt
RocketBolt works a little differently from other extensions. The extension itself doesn’t do anything when you click it, but you need to have it installed to unlock its functionality. When used in conjunction with Gmail, RocketBolt lets you track individual email open and click-through rates.
Marketers are used to this in programs like MailChimp and Emma, but those plans don’t give you that information on the individual level. Why does this matter? Because if you want to see who read your email.
These extensions are powerful tools on their own; however, a pro trick is to install them and start using them together. For example, collect your tabs in One Tab and pull them into a single page with annotations with Evernote Web Clipper.
What do you think? Do you use any of these web browser extensions? What are some tips that you’ve found with these tools? Let us know in the comments below.