Looking for the best blogging tools to level up your blogging game and content creation strategy? Here are the 5 tools I absolutely swear by!
I use Flodesk for my email marketing for many reasons, but the main reasons are because it is so user-friendly. The user interface is very aesthetically pleasing and very simple and straightforward. If you’re a blogger or small business owner, you likely have a pretty simple email marketing strategy and don’t want to waste too much of your precious time trying to learn a super complex system. If that sounds right, then Flodesk is perfect for you.
The great thing too, is there’s just one monthly price with includes unlimited subscribers. Unlike competitors, Flodesk doesn’t penalize you for growing your list. Some other email marketing platforms require you to pay more for having more subscribers. With Flodesk, whether you’re looking to start a small newsletter or build an email
marketing empire, you pay the same monthly price.
Before you write your first post, share your first photo, or sell your first product, your website needs to get on the internet. Hosting is your website’s connection to the world.
One of the reasons I love using Bluehost to host my blog is because of the customer service. They are always available 24/7 for all of my random questions and needs. Whether it’s through online chat, phone, or email, I’m always able to get in contact with someone and have them help me fix my blog or any other hosting issues I come across.
It’s very straightforward pricing, and my blog always runs smoothly and never crashes. If you’re just getting started, you can get your blog domain up and running for as little as $3.95 per month.
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I love using Planoly to schedule and plan out all of my social media content because of how simple and easy it is to use. I’m a big fan of aesthetically pleasing user interfaces, and Planoly has just that. The platform is so crisp and nice to look at, and the features are top-notch.
You can plan and schedule all of your posts, preview your feed, edit images, view analytics, and reply to comments all in one place. You can even do keyword research on the platform itself.
It really is a one-stop-shop for all things social media planning, and their blog has amazing resources, tips, and content ideas for users as well!
I absolutely LOVE the features CoSchedule offers for bloggers! You can schedule all of your blog posts, plan out social media posts, email marketing, etc. All in one place. This tool has been crucial to my blogging success. You can also schedule your blog posts to be promoted on social media in the future on the blog post itself in WordPress.
The amount of features and tools this program offers is truly incredible for the price. I have been using CoSchedule for quite some time now, and I honestly would recommend it if you are someone who wants to be able to schedule out your posts and social media promo, and not look back.
CoSchedule has saved me so much time and energy with blogging and I am very grateful I was recommended it by another blogger when I was first starting out too!
I honestly prefer using Canva over Photoshop for many different reasons. First of all, it’s WAY easier to learn and much more simple to use. Second, I love that it’s all online so it doesn’t take up the storage on your computer. Third, I love that you can sort and organize everything very simply. You can create folders, templates, and even brand preferences such as default fonts and colors.
Canva is great for creating all types of graphics from social media posts, headers, Pinterest pins, blog post graphics website elements, and so much more.
I absolutely love Canva and would 1000% recommend it to any blogger, content creator, or business owner out there.
I hope you liked these 5 blogging tools I swear by, and that they help you optimize your systems, save time, and create fire content!