The Most Useful Tools for Bloggers

the most useful tools for bloggers

Let’s face it, blogging is hard. Coming up with an idea, and then staying motivated enough to flesh out that idea, can sometimes seem like the most impossible thing in the world. But, there are tools that you can use to make blogging easier. In fact, some of the most useful tools for bloggers aid in helping to bridge creativity and fuel motivation. They can also help to optimize your site for search engines so that you can get more traffic coming to your site. With thousands of tools available out there to make your work as a blogger a piece of cake, you can make blogging easier. Here, I am going to list the most useful tools for bloggers that have helped meand can help you too.

5 Most Useful Tools for Bloggers

Canvahttps://www.canva.com

Perhaps the tool that I use the most is Canva. Founded in 2013 in Australia, Canva is a graphic design platform [source]. On Canva, you can create anything from logos for your website to pinterest pins to work presentations. You can create brochures for a start-up, a wallpaper for your computer at home, or a book cover for your book. The possibilities are limitless. There is so much you can do with this website. Even if you just have the free version, that is sufficient for meeting most of your needs. Of course, you can always upgrade to Canva pro or the paid version to have access to more images and fonts, as well as filters so that you can edit your photos directly on the site.

Answer the Publichttps://answerthepublic.com

Have you ever had a really vague idea for an article, but just didn’t know how to approach it? Well, if you have, there is a site that you can use to narrow that idea down. In other words, you can plug in a word or two, smash that search button, and then watch as your screen populates with potential topics. Specifically, these are topics that people have searched for in search engines like Google or Bing. You get to see if that great idea you had is something that people want to know more about. And what’s more is that you can use the search parameters to see how the topic word relates to a particular preposition or another topic. It is definitely a useful blogging tool for bloggers and writers alike.

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Pexelshttps://pexels.com

When you write a blog post, sometimes you just need that right picture or video to better illustrate your points. If you are not very tech savvy with the camera, or you just don’t have the right props or subjects, or for whatever reason, you have this open source library of images and videos at your disposal. While it is recommended to use as many of your own images, but when used sparingly to emphasize a point, then even stock images can be quite effective. One such library of images is Pexels, which contains so many high quality pictures of a variety of subjects from food to plants to politics. Free free to browse at your leisure, either for selecting images or seeking inspiration. After all, the right image for your next blog post could be lurking somewhere on Pexels.

DaFonthttps://dafont.com

As a writer, one thing that I have always stressed about is finding the right font. When designing a book cover, making a presentation for work or school, or creating a new Instagram reel, sometimes the right font can help make the overall look pop, if you get what I’m saying. And sometimes the fonts that are on your standard word processor or any other writing program just don’t quite make the cut. That is when you can crack open this handy dandy website DaFont. On DaFont, you have access to a variety of different fonts, from vintage to decorative to professional. Who knows, you might just find your new go-to font on DaFont.

Headline Analyzerhttps://coschedule.com/headline-analyzer

Just like a title on a book is one of the most important attributes in convincing the reader to pick up the book, the right headline can go a long way between whether your blog post gets read or not. Introducing the headline analyzer! This particular headline analyzer, made by CoSchedule, helps you create a headline that is powerful and readable. It analyzes each word in your headline, deeming it as either too emotional, too powerful or too common. It gives you hints to help you improve your headline so that your audience is more likely to click on that link. You can even download it as a Chrome extension, so that it is available literally at your fingertips. Definitely check this one out today so that you can can create the right headline for your work in progress.


These are the 5 useful tools for bloggers that I use. Comment below and tell me what blogging tool(s) that you use? I’d love to know!

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Hi! I'm Helen and I am a 32 year old biracial millennial mom raising two multiracial children. I am a writer, English consultant, and social media manager. I am a self-proclaimed chocoholic.

13 thoughts on “The Most Useful Tools for Bloggers

  1. “Fraid I’m not very creative with my blog. I just use news reports and books I read (including, but not limited to the Bible).
    An older friend when I was a young man said an educated person needs to be informed on five fronts:
    Religions (particularly the Bible, but not that alone)
    Philosophy including ones you with which you disagree
    Art including things you find unappealing
    Natural Science (based on a Biblical worldview)
    Math/Phyusics “The rest are just stamp collecting.” (Ernest Rutherford) ๐Ÿ˜‰

  2. Hi Helen,

    Thanks for listing the blogging tools that you find to be most useful. I’ve used all of them apart from DaFont, so I’ll check that one out (although I tend to stick with system fonts for the speed advantage). Like Sherri, I also find Grammarly to be very useful. And Pixabay is a good partner for Pexels.

  3. Once again an helpful posts, I would say! I’m using all of these but not that much frequently, hence I can confirm these tools are truly recommendable!

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