Email marketing tools come in many shapes and sizes. Our favorite? Chrome extensions. Easy-to-use and powerful enough to double, triple, and quadruple your conversions, these Chrome extensions will help you spice up and streamline your email marketing.
These little helpers can make workflow easier, save you time, and, best of all? Most of them are free. Here’s our pick of top 18 Chrome extensions for email marketers you need right now.
- Email finders
- Email verifiers
- Extensions for composing and designing emails
- Email analysis
- Email trackers
Leads are the lifeblood of your business, and you need a consistent stream of them to grow. Browser extensions are a nice solution for finding email addresses. Here are 3 of the best email finder Chrome extensions we’ve chosen based on price, rating, and features.
TL;DR: There are lots of email finders available as extensions. We have compared 12 of the biggest ones in a form of an easily readable table here.
Price: starting at $39/month; freemium available
Affordability and quality form a perfect mix in this tool. Snov.io Email Finder provides you with the highest accuracy data and additional email marketing tools like Email Verifier, Email Sender and Tracker, and more all in one package.
The extension performs perfectly on any website, either you are surfing search engine results, company websites, or a professional social networks.
Price: starting at $49; freemium available
This is a browser extension that works well on websites – visit any website, click on the extension icon, wait a couple of seconds, and Hunter will add email addresses to your list. The tool also shows the source where the email address was found. The extension verifies the emails on-the-go and shows if the found emails are valid. Note, it doesn’t work with webmail addresses like @gmail.com.
Price: Starting at $39; freemium is available
RocketReach works on professional social networks, AngelList, Crunchbase, Google and corporate company pages. However, quite often, the extension provides inaccurate or old data.
If you are a diligent email marketer, you always verify your email lists. You know deliverability is important, duh. There are lots of email verification tools, but unfortunately, not many of them come as extensions.
TL;DR: We have compared the best email verifiers with Chrome extensions here so you don’t have to.
Rating: 4.8 (25 reviews)
Price: from $39; freemium available
Besides the email finder, Snov.io also has an email verifier browser extension that can check emails on the go. The tool boasts a high accuracy percentage of 98% (one of the highest results according to our research). The tool is also easy-to-use: go to any webpage, click on the extension button, and the emails will be verified on-the-go. You can add email addresses manually, add them to your existing list of prospects, export verified email addresses, and sort through your list by status for export.
Rating: 3.4 (21 reviews)
Price: from $15; free options
Another tool that is presented as a browser extension, but is actually a browser application. However, it’s free! But there is a restriction: you can only verify emails manually one by one. So, if you have a list of email addresses, you’ll have to spend forever and a day on verification.
Rating: 5.0 (2 reviews)
Price: from $5; freemium available
This is a SaaS platform, so when you click on the extension icon, you are transferred to the website. Within a free trial, you can perform only 10 email verifications per day. The limits go up if you are willing to pay for a premium plan.
Rating: 5 (1 review)
Price: from $2.95; free trial available
This one is also a SaaS platform, with browser extension serving as a shortcut to the app. The platform offers 10 free verifications per day.
Extensions for composing and designing emails
Time, effort, inspiration, copywriting skills, and a passion for design are all the things you need to create a great email. The list below will make your email writing process easier and the message itself actually appealing.
Price: from $49/month; 14-day free trial
A great solution for those who’d rather send a video or are simply tired of typing. It’s super easy to use. With the tool, you can record yourself, your screen, or choose a video from your library, send, and track video emails. Moreover, the platform allows users to set reminders and send scheduled emails on specific days and times. Despite being pricey, it’s a great tool to make sure your email doesn’t go unnoticed and provides that face-to-face, personal feel most marketing emails lack.
This is one of my favorite extensions. I use it every day and have it installed on both my laptop at work and my home computer. It works on pretty much any page, including Google Docs and Gmail, underlining every typo and mistake in your text, making it a must-have extension for any professional.
The extension analyzes grammar, spelling, and punctuation and points out mistakes to make sure a simple typo doesn’t ruin people’s impression of you. It also has a couple of additional features you might find useful: you can double-click on a word and see its definitions and the most common synonyms.
For now, the extension is still in beta-version and sometimes acts out, but all in all, it’s a must-have tool for everyone, whether you are a content writer, an email marketer, or a professional communicating with partners and clients.
Want to create an email in your corporate colors, but don’t want to distract your designer from work to find out the exact color? Or maybe you’ve seen an amazing color somewhere on the web and want to use it? There’s an easy solution that can help you use just the right colors in email marketing.
Colorzilla is a useful tool available for both Mozilla and Chrome browsers. With the help of a familiar eyedropper, you can now find out the exact color of any pixel on any webpage. There are also other features within the extension, like advanced Color Picker, CSS Gradient Generator, Color Analyzer, and more.
This is a template extension that can save you a lot of time. You can use their ready-made templates or create your own. You can also add your own variables and save even more time by creating shortcuts: for example, instead of typing “Kind regards” every time, simply type “KR” and press the Tab button, and the extension will put in the full text.
Add this extension to your browser, click the extension icon, hover over any word, and you will see which font is used. If you create intricate email templates for your campaigns, this extension will greatly help you with the design side of it.
You can also click on a word, and see all the details about the font: style, weight, size, line height, and color scheme. It will also show you the full alphabet in that font.
A nice little tool that might be handy for anyone. With Bitly you can shorten and track your links. You can customize links to brand them. Within the free plan you can shorten up to 1,000 links and 50 branded links per month.
Extensions for email analysis
Nothing fancy, just some handy tools to make sure your emails perform as well as they can.
With this extension, you can preview, troubleshoot, and optimize your email. The extension works with Campaign Monitor, Marketo, MailChimp, and some other ESPs. You can add the extension into your browser for free, but if you want full access to all features, you need to have a paid account at Litmus.
As you can remember, emails under 250 words receive the highest reply and conversion rates. So if you, like us, care about keeping your emails short and to-the-point, you might like this.
Simply select the text you are interested in, right click, choose “Word Counter Plus”, and see the word count, character count, average word length, and the longest word length.
We all want to know if our email gets opened. At least I do, especially when I then have to hear an excuse of “I didn’t see your email, sorry.” I know you read it, Karen!
Once you install an email tracker, you can let Karen know what you really think. Oh and yeah, it’s also great for business. Find out when your email gets opened and links in it clicked, and never lose track of a lead.
Price: unlimited free
A perfect email tracking tool for Gmail, jam-packed full of useful features. With it you can trace every email sent: see whether the recipient has opened the email, how many times and when; same with link clicks.
The extension is forever-free, meaning that you don’t have to pay for it to get all the good features like link tracking, scheduling, or reminders. Ever. But even that is not the most exciting part. The best thing is that Snov.io Email Tracker doesn’t add any annoying signatures or stamps to your email, so the recipients will never get distracted from your message.
Price: $48/year; freemium is available
A browser extension for Gmail, Hotmail, and Yahoo! Mail. As soon as you add the extension to your browser and send an email, a circle appears next to it; when the recipient opens the email, a check-mark appears next to the email. If you want more features (like link tracking and full statistics), you’ll have to pay for a pro account.
Price: €4.99/month; freemium is available
The extension works well with Gmail in Chrome, Mozilla, and Opera. It shows a check mark ✓next to an email if it’s tracked and double-checks ✓✓ if your email was opened by the recipient.
Free plan offers you unlimited email tracking. For other features, like tracker signature removal, click tracking, daily reports, and reminders, you’ll have to pay.
Choose the right tools
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Hope you find these tools useful. Many of them can take your email marketing to the next level for free or for a price of a cup of coffee.
Share in the comments which Chrome extensions you love to use for email marketing. We’ll keep updating this article with the best suggestions and new finds!