Looking for blogging content and sitting to organise and deliver to your readers is enough hard work. Producing the perfect blog without the little silly mistakes is even harder. And then there is the website traffic and Google ranking problem that you also should worry about. That’s a little too much for your favourite free time hobby. But what if you knew of tools that could help you with all that?
Tools that could make your 2020 blogging seamless
There are far too many tools on the internet today that could help you deliver the near-perfect article. Tools that could help your SEO, social media marketing, image finding, content writing and proofreading, etc.
While other sites suggest more than 50 tools, this blog is an analysis of the most useful and must-have blogging tools.by Jaz
Easily one of the most useful grammar checking tools for bloggers. Avoid those spelling mistakes you wouldn’t normally see unless you are looking too hard.
Grammarly is easy to install and use. All you need is an add-on install for your chrome browser and the app will feature in all your input areas.
Yoast assists you to cover the SEO basics and make sure your post is well optimized. It is extremely easy to use, all you need is follow instructions and you will be good to go.
Templates are in millions here and though not all are free, you only need to pay as little as a dollar to remove some watermarks on some templates.
This piece wouldn’t be complete without Sumo. Sumo is a wonderful tool that could help with your marketing.
Studies prove that quotes and images are the most shared on Twitter or anywhere. And some of your blog readers would want to share some of the information or images they find on your blog. With sumo, they can do this easily courtesy of the Sumo image sharer. The Sumo highlighter, on the other hand, makes it easy, sharing blog snippets they like for tweeting.
Revive Old Posts
As you progress in your blogging, you realize that you have a bunch of old blogs lying lifeless that you may need to rejuvenate.
As important as it is to write fresh content, it’s also important to revive the old posts and jog your reader’s memories. Doing this helps add a little more traffic and drive reader engagement. Revive old post is the perfect tool for this purpose.
The tool reduces the time spent trying to remember old posts. Also, if you don’t like feeding your social feeds constantly, this is the tool for you.
My Stock Photos
While canvas helps find the right template, infographics, and images, My Stock Photos specialises purely in images. Here, you can find high quality and free stock images for your blogging.
Who said you couldn’t use two tools at once? Find an image on My Stock Photos and upload it on Canva to use it as a background, then add text on it and your traffic will never be the same.
This is only a tip in the iceberg of blogging tools available. There are hundreds of additional tools out there, perhaps thousands. Feel free to use them collectively for a hassle-free 2020 blogging journey.