Firefox Extension Allows You To See Google Search Results by Country

Jul 13, 2007 • 7:24 am | comments (4) by twitter Google+ | Filed Under Google Search Engine

Ever want to see what people in other countries are seeing for a particular search in Google? For example, let's say you are based in the U.K. and you want to know what people in the U.S. are seeing for a search on big blue pineapple chair.

You can now install a Firefox extension to easily switch from country to country.

RedFly Marketing created a Google Global Firefox Extension that makes this possible.

To install this extension, go to this page and click "install now." Then select “Search Google Global” and select what country you would like to see the results from.

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Dave Davis

07/13/2007 12:13 pm

Hi Barry. Thanks for the mention. Very much appreciated. Glad to see you finally found a thread ;) If you have any feedback or any suggestions that you think might make it a better tool for everyone, let me know.


07/17/2008 04:47 pm

Barry is there any way to do this by city for the US?

Barry Schwartz

07/17/2008 04:58 pm

Don't know, man this is an old post.

Dave Davis

08/11/2008 04:11 am

Frank, the new version has options to do this by city, state and zip code. Drop me a mail if you have any questions.

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