Hey Content Managers, Are You Using These 4 Chrome Extensions?
My computer recently crashed, and I lost all my bookmarks and Google Chrome extensions.
Needless to say, I was devastated.
Once the tears dried up and I glued my hair back to my head, I started putting the pieces back together.
One of the first things I did was re-install my favorite Chrome extensions that I use almost every day as a content marketer.
And that got me thinking: What Chrome extensions do other content marketers use that they can't live without? What makes these extensions so valuable (beyond the FREE price tag)?
So I put together a quick list of 4 of my favorite Chrome extensions I use when updating existing blogs, stalking competitor articles, or just double checking that all is good and well on my pages.
I'm going to link the 4 extensions below, but if you want to know why I love them and how to use them, you'll just have to check out the 8-minute video. Sorry, but them's the rules.
Here's the video: https://share.vidyard.com/watch/bGLJ1HBpoFs4rBJuqF7hA9?
And here's the extensions:
Please let me know your thoughts on these extensions. But if you do, I'd love it if you attempted to shoot a video response.
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