Check out these online resources that I use to build my blog.
Some of these are paid so take note but most are free. you can begin using them today if you want.
Coschedule headline analyzer-If you like blogging then this resource is definitely worth a shot. This online tool helps you to write better headlines for your blog post. It takes your headline and weighs it based on how many common, uncommon, emotional or words of power you use. This tool is great to use if you’re looking to avoid writing lackluster headings and also if you want to catch the attention of your audience.
Canva.com-If you’re blogging today and you haven’t heard of canva…um just one question: where have you been? Not only is this a great tool for creating designs for your website, you can go pro and expand upon your graphics skills. Canva also allows you to create a free account, which should be sufficient if you’re just starting out.
Stocksnap-Every body knows that pictures help your website come alive, otherwise it would just seem like a block of boring text/ My personal favorite website to get royalty free pictures is stocksnap.io all pictures are in the creative commons domain and can be used commercially without asking permission. It’s a great site especially if you want to avoid getting copyright infringements.
Feedly.com-Use this website and the mobile app to keep track of all the blogs you are interested in.
Buzzsumo.com-This is a great tool if you want to find out the social engagement of certain blog post. you can search up to 5 topics per day on the free version but you need to upgrade if you want more functionality. You can use buzzsumo to see how well a type of blog post will do. You can check engagement on twitter, facebook, google plus and others.
Pixabay.com-Another website where you can get high quality royalty free pictures for your blog.
Portent.com/tools/title-Maker-Run out of title ideas? use this tool to help you develop eye catching titles for your posts.
Fiverr– This is a great platform to get affordable services for you website. You can get graphics or logos done for just five dollars! you can also become a freelancer if you wish. Signing up is free and you get paid every other week for work you have done.if you are just starting out this is a great platform to try out.
Odesk-This is a great online platform to outsource work for your business. You can also set up an account and perform freelancing services.
Evernote-This app syncs with your phone tablet and pretty much any device you use. It is great for creating notes and planning out your day. you can also set reminders and share tasks with other people.
Quicknote-If you are doing research online, this is a great tool for information gathering. It is a google chrome browser extension that you can use for free.