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14 Tools You Will Need as a Blogger

Are you still struggling to get your content neatly arranged and enhance your blog’s navigation? Here are some 14 tools you should consider using right now.

14 Tools You Will Need as a Blogger

Tools for brainstorming ideas

Quora– This is a crowd sourcing tool that can help you detect the kind of questions people ask and how you can answer them quickly on your blog. It helps you search for keywords and generating the right content for your blog’s niche.

Read this https://blog.kissmetrics.com/quora-marketing-guide/

BuzzSumo – This tool allows you to enter a topic in its URL , and then you get the best content that can perform best on social media pages. It can help you to have a broader look on a topic, especially from an existing idea.

Read this http://buzzsumo.com/knowledge/getting-started-with-buzzsumo/

Blog Topics Generator– This is a Hubspot tool that allows you to enter some keywords and it automatically generates five titles for you.

Twitter Trending Topics – you can grab some fresh ideas to generate new content from the trending topics on Twitter’s homepage, and you can even make use of Uber-local to narrow down your search.

Tools for organizing your ideas

Evernote – If you need ideas very fast, this tool is what you need. You can drop your snippets, notes, web pages and photos unto this tool, and you can also tag your content according to how important it is or stages of development.

Dropbox – This tool helps you stay organized when you drop and share your content. You can store or share your PDF files, photos, design files and even Word docs from here.

Tools for the creation of Search Engine Optimized content

Google Trends– You can easily run your ideas through Google trends to detect the volume of keywords or phrases being used mostly.

Keyword Planner– This tool helps you frame your ideas into a blog post that people can easily find out. Keyword planner helps you check the keywords quickly, and Google will send the keyword volumes to help you design your blog idea.

Yoast WordPress SEO plugin– You can fine-tune any idea with WordPress plugins, and this one will help you focus through the keyword search results you get. Yoast is a keyword tool that can tell you how many spots on a page the ideal keyword appears.

Tools for writing easier and faster

Google Docs provides powerful editing tools including spelling and grammar checks to help you write faster.

Grammarly– This is a free online grammar and plagiarism checker where you can copy your texts and get results immediately for your content structure, punctuation, style and plagiarism.

Tools for creating excellent visuals for blogs

Meme Generator– This is a tool that can create a meme from the scratch and use it to build different characters and enhance your blog visuals.

Canva– This is one of the most used image tools. It comes with pre-designed templates as well as custom images that you can incorporate into your social media pages. You can also drag and drop different interfaces, add nice fonts and perform many other image editing features.

Tools for distributing your web content

Google Webmaster Tools– you can sign up for this tool to build links in your articles, make use of the best keywords and boost your search engine rankings easily.

Read this https://searchenginewatch.com/sew/how-to/2273660/how-to-use-google-webmaster-tools-to-maximize-your-seo-campaign

MailChimp – This is one of the largest tools for sending mass emails to your contacts . You can use it for automated campaigns or send messages up to 2,000 contacts at the same time.

About The author

Olympia Powell is a blogger, writer and artist.  Works as a writer and blogger at Essay-writer.club Started working as a writer cause of love for the  art of writing and literature. Having some free time paints paintings and just tries to make some art. You can contact her in Twitter Facebook

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3 comments

  1. Hi Vishwajeet,

    Thanks for the list.

    Personally, I use the following:

    Quora
    Keyword Planner
    Grammarly
    Google Webmaster Tools
    Yoast
    Dropbox

    Going to try other tools as well.

  2. Thanks for sharing these tools!

    I’ve been utilizing some of them, such as Yoast and the Keyword Planner, but I could definitely be using a lot more.

    Thanks again 🙂

  3. Hi, Olympia!

    Lots of great tools you have shared. I have been using quora for last 3 years and I have to say there is no website like quora when it comes to getting answer about a particular subject. It is pretty addictive. There is a plethora of quality information available there about any subject.

    I also liked Blog Topics Generator. Just put three nouns there and in seconds it generates 5 topics for you. It is awesome.

    Next tool I liked is Grammarly. I am currently using it as I type. It saves me a lot of time because I am not good at identifying grammatical mistakes and punctuations etc.

    Thanks again for sharing such useful tools 🙂

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