MY FAVORITE BLOGGING TOOLS



Hello beautiful people, in today’s blog post I am going to share with you some of my favorite blogging tools I use to make my blogging experience easy. There are so many blogging tools out there that I have not yet used but with time I will get to give them a try. If you are new to blogging these tools will come in handy for you.

Blogging is much more than writing blog posts and hitting publish and waiting for a miracle for readers to stumble upon your blog. You need tools to help you put your content in front of people.


Disclaimer: This post contains affiliate links and I might earn a commission if purchases are made through any of these links at no additional cost to you. 


Here are some of my favorite blogging tools:-

Free blog course

If you don’t know where to start and you are not sure of how to create a blog that will actually turn into a profitable business then you need to take this free course to help you kick-start your blogging journey.

Click here to take this free course. 


Google Drive

This is a cloud-based storage. I store a lot of files here and I get 15GB of cloud storage for free. Moreover, you can access your files anywhere and you don’t have to worry about losing your files.


Canva

I use Canva 99% of the time to create beautiful graphics for my blog posts, Pin graphics for my blog posts to pin on Pinterest and sometimes I use to create Instagram posts. I also used Canva to create my hair planner which you can buy here.


Canva has a free and paid version to help you create graphics for your website or social media.


Click here to sign up for Canva Pro free trial to unlock all features and assets free for 30 days.


Try Canva Pro Today

Pinterest

This is my favorite app of all time. I love Pinterest a lot because it is the highest source of traffic for my site. Pinterest is a virtual search engine and you’ll want to harness the power of Pinterest by creating eye-catching Pin graphics, an attention-grabbing headline and key worded description.


Tailwind

This scheduling tool helps me create and schedule pins in advance, saving me lots of time to do other things. Tailwind makes using Pinterest easier and it is the best tool to grow your Pinterest traffic. You can schedule bulk pins for your account and then Tailwind posts them for you at the best times of the day when your audience is most likely to see them.


Moreover, tailwind isn’t just for Pinterest but also it can be used to schedule Instagram posts. I like to save lots of time, so I can do more writing and just chill.


Want to give Tailwind a try?


Using this special link get the first month of Tailwind for free + free $15 credit for an extra month.


Blogging Planner

I am not a super organized person but I like to plan my blog content and organize all the things I am supposed to do so I won’t forget them. You can either get a free planner or a buy a planner to help you stay organized and plan out your content.


Click here to get this chic, comprehensive planner to help you grow your blog and stay organized.


Rakuten (formerly called Ebates)

This tool gives you cash back on online purchase as well as cash back on selected in-store purchases as well as some restaurants. Who doesn’t like saving money?


It is completely free to join and use and if you are not already using Rakuten, you should start soon.


Join Rakuten for free and get a $10 welcome bonus! Using this link.


Google Analytics

This tool is great for monitoring your site traffic; knowing where your site visitors are coming from and what blog posts your site visitors are most interested in. This will help you determine what content to focus your time on.


Pagespeed Insights

This free tool will help you analyze the speed and performance of your site and give you suggestions on how to improve your site speed. It is easy to use; you just enter your domain name and press “Analyze”.


Google search console

This will help you know how your website is performing on Google Search and what keywords people are using to find your content on Google. This is important information because it helps you understand your audience so that you can target the right keywords and audience.


Bluehost

If you are starting your blogging journey, Bluehost is a very reasonably priced hosting service with a basic plan of $3.95/month. When you buy hosting with Bluehost, you get to create your domain for free at the same time everything is sorted.


Sendowl

This is great website for selling digital products like eBooks and also selling physical products. I started using it to sell my digital product and I like how it is easy to use. It was easy to set up my product to sell, to grab the selling button URL for the button on my sales page, to track sales and run my affiliate program.


Want to try Sendowl?


Just click here to sign up and try out Sendowl for free for 30 days.


Mailchimp

This is great for those starting out with their blog mailing list. It is super easy to create great looking emails.

Thank you for reading until next time, kisses.

 

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