Ubiguity FireFox Add-On Saves Research Time

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Check this FireFox extension out..

You can select a word, phrase or block of text on a page, open a command window and you have access to several research sites including Wikipedia, Google, Yahoo!, Amazon and more.

I've been playing with it today and it rocks!

It saved me loads of time researching content for one of my favourite niche markets.

#internet marketing #addon #firefox #research #saves #time #ubiguity
  • Profile picture of the author Luisc137
    Thanks for the tip John. There is also a nice add-on that lets you access your blog instantly and make new posts all why still browsing the page you're currently on. Its great for doing research and adding to your blog at the same time. Its called ScribeFire.
    • Profile picture of the author ExRat
      Hi John,

      Thanks - I'm a firefox addon nut and I currently use the dictionary search addon which you program to search any site you want with the words you highlight (via right click). But I will take a peek because the sites you mentioned are the ones I currently use with it anyway...

      Have you tried 'speed dial' addon? I use it for quick access to sites I use for research - it's a bit like a seperate favourites/bookmark function with quick 2 click access (including 1 click for opening the new tab)...


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