Here at ContentKing we aim to make your SEO processes as easy and efficient as possible, and our new Chrome extension is the next step in this effort.
The right data at your fingertips
The ContentKing Chrome extension allows you to view ContentKing metrics and data about your websites directly in your browser.
When browsing a website that is being monitored by ContentKing, you can easily view all ContentKing data about the page you are currently visiting.
The ContentKing Chrome extension provides you with the following data:
- SEO metrics
- Segments, Page Health, and Importance
- Indexability (HTTPS, In XML sitemap, Canonical)
- Content (Page Title, Meta Description, Headings)
- Google Analytics & Google Search Console data
- Custom Elements
- Social markup (Open Graph, Twitter Cards)
- Tracked Changes
The extension consists of three tabs: Current Version, Changes, and Issues.
When you open the extension on any monitored page, first you will see the
Current Version tab which contains all the above-listed SEO metrics about the particular page.
The data displayed in the
Current Version tab is always real-time, as ContentKing crawls the page immediately when you visit it in your browser.
So for example, if you want to view Google Analytics data about the page you are currently browsing, just scroll down in the
Current Version tab:
The extension allows you to view the full history of changes for every monitored page. You will always find all the tracked changes in the
If you want to get a quick overview of all SEO issues that ContentKing is detecting on a page, just open the extension and go to the
Issues tab, where you will always find all SEO issues of the page as well as the impact of these Issues on the Page Health.
Jump to ContentKing with one click
Do you need more information about the page you’re visiting?
No problem! Just click the Open in App button and jump directly to the Page Detail screen in ContentKing.
The extension icon
If you want to quickly check whether a page is indexable or not, you don’t even need to open the extension. Just look at the color of the extension icon:
- if the icon is green, the page is indexable
- if the icon is orange, the page is non-indexable. For more information just check the
Why?button in the
Indexabilitysection of the
The blue badge next to the extension icon shows you how many Issues ContentKing is detecting on the page.
How to get started
- Log in to your ContentKing account, or start a free 14-day trial.
- Install the ContentKing Chrome extension to your browser in Chrome Store.
- Open any page on a website that is monitored by ContentKing.
- Click the extension icon (King Kevin) in your browser’s toolbar
Permissions and Privacy
When adding the extension to Chrome, you will be asked for the following permissions:
Read and change your data on all contentking.io sites and all contentkingapp.com sites.
Read your browsing history
Our extension needs these permissions because when visiting websites the extension needs to check whether the website is being monitored from your ContentKing account, so that it can request the data for the particular page you’re on.
If the website you are visiting isn’t monitored from your ContentKing account, the extension will be inactive.
Do you need help?
If you’re having trouble getting started with the ContentKing Chrome extension, don’t hesitate to contact us!