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Monday, 1 June 2015

Google Extension increase blog revenue


You can do a lot more with google extensions and even increase your revenue by making your document or post attractive, well put together and secure. If you use other browser, you can also integrate using specific extension.



Lazarus: Form Recovery
It's happened to all of us: we've filled out a complicated form online, hit a button, and some error loses it all, forcing us to refill every single box. Lazarus saves your work as you type in any form, so if there's an error or crash, it brings it back. Hooray!

Stylish
If you've ever used Greasemonkey on Firefox, you'll appreciate Stylish. This extension works with scripts you download from 
userstyles.org to transform the look of websites. There are thousands of scripts that can help you improve your browsing on Facebook, Tumblr, Google, and elsewhere.




Click&Clean
Enter a hot zone of privacy and security with this add-on. The drop-down menu from Click&Clean provides access to your browser cache, cookies, plug-ins, extensions, and history—and quick ways to erase them. You even get a full browser test to see how well Chrome is protecting you. It will help you scan for malware using Bitdefender, clear your private data, and a host of other security options you're neglecting. Customize all the options to get full coverage with Click&Clean.



Ghostery
There's a lot going on behind the scenes as you surf the Web. Bugs, beacons, pixels, and more are used to track what you're doing. Ghostery is there to tell you what is happening in the background and give you control over these "extras." If you don't like a company or what it is doing, Ghostery can block scripts, objects, even whole images so you can retain your privacy.\

Shield for Chrome
A lot of extensions these days are great—and some of them can't be trusted. People are sneaking adware and spyware into their extensions, so while they may work for you, they're also tracking you. Shield for Chrome does a check of your existing extensions, and lets you know which have potential to be malicious.\


The Great Suspender
The dozens of Chrome tabs you keep open constantly eat a lot of memory. Installing the Great Suspender reclaims some of those system resources. Leave a tab alone long enough and the extension "unloads" the tab to give your computer a break. You can always go back to the tab and reload it, or whitelist the sites that need to always be available, such as email or IMs.



TooManyTabs for Chrome
Sometimes you just open too many tabs. Exceed 20 and the interface is nearly impossible to use. This extension manages the overflow, providing a bird's-eye view of open tabs. It can search the open tabs and sort them by domain, title, or creation time.
Checker Plus for Gmail
Ever wanted to check your email but didn't feel like expending the extra energy to open a new tab? No judgments, we've been there, too. The best extension for users of multiple Gmail accounts—I've got three!—is Checker Plus. It gives you fast access via a drop-down menu in Chrome, desktop notifications, color coding, even voice input for writing messages. It even reads your mail to you—all without actually visiting Gmail. Users of the Awesome New Tab Page app get full integration. A donation of any amount unlocks even more features. This is a must have for any Gmail junkie.



Google Dictionary (by Google)
Load it up, double-click any word on any webpage, and you'll see a pop-up with the definition. Or search for words from the toolbar. Multiple languages are supported.


WikiWand Wikipedia's presentation is a lot of things—dense, interesting, and busy—but no one would call it pretty. Wikiwand makes it so. It optimizes all Wikipedia content with its own interface, and makes sure whenever you click a link for Wikipedia, you see Wikiwand's much-improved page look instead. You can even customize it, so the fonts and images come in just the way you like. You can also get Wikiwand for Firefox and Safari.