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12 Content Creating Tools For Every Blogger

Blogging has come of age that many bloggers have now a lot of tools to increase their productivity and be more creative. Of the many tools out there, there are key tools that every content creator use or must have to make their work stand out.

Content creation does not only cover writing, it also involves creating videos for your project, and lately even podcasts are on the rise. In this article, we shall discuss some of the top tools you can use to write better, correct mistakes in your work, and even help you work much faster.

From the list, you may find some of the tools that maybe you have used or you are already using. For tools that you have never tried out. Its worth trying them out as this list contains fundamental tools you should be using.

As a content creator, I personally use all these tools and that’s why they are my top priorities when it comes to content creation. It has taken me time to discover some of these tools and lucky you, you have all of them at your disposal from the beginning

12 Content Creating Tools For every Blogger

  1. Grammarly

Grammarly

Grammarly is a spelling and grammar checking tool that ensures there are no flaws in your writing. The best way to use Grammarly is to download the Grammarly app on your desktop and integrate it into your editors such as word and Google Docs. Once you have integrated it. The app will automatically highlight all the spelling and grammar errors in your work and auto-suggest for you the correct option.

This tool is much powerful and superior to functionalities of Microsoft word and give great results. The free plan is just fine for common spelling and grammar error. However, should you need more advanced functions, you can upgrade to the paid plan.

  1. Hootsuite

Hootsuite is a muiltiplatform sharing tool that enables you to share your post from your website to other social media pages such us Facebook, twitter and Instagram all under one function and at the same time.  With Hootsuite, you can intergrate all your social media handles at once and make all your publishing or social media sharing  from one point.

This tool is so great such that you can schedule your post for future posting and they will be published right on time without the need of manually doing it. Hootsuite makes your work easier and faster. This tool is suitable for bloggers who share their blog post across various social media platforms and for social media marketing.

  1. Fotor Editor

Fotor is a great tool for bloggers who would wish to include images in their blog posts. This is a great tool for resizing your images into the right sizes and quality and as well converting your images into the correct formart such as PNG. There is more that you can do with Fotor editor.

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When you realize your image is that big or will take much space of your storage, just drop it into the Fotor editors and reduce it to your desired size. Fotor editor also allows you to Crop, rotated and fine tune your image in various aspects. You can also edit an image by adding text on it and so on using the Fotor editor tool.

  1. Canva

Canva

Canva is one powerful tool that can help you create great marketing tools. This popular tool helps you create beautiful designs on almost anything. Canva is a powerful tool for creating social media graphics, presentations, posters, documents and other visual content.

With canvas you can create anything from scratch or you can use the available library of templates that can easily be edited to achieve your desired piece of work. Instead paying for expensive logo, you can create your own easily on Canva.

  1. Copyscape

Copyscape

Copysacpe is a great tool to ensure your content is original.  This is a powerful tool for bloggers who outsource content from other writers. With copyscape you can run the article submitted trough it to check for any plagiarism. Copyscape will highlight all parts that have been plagiarized from the article and will also show you where they were copied from.

To use copyscape, you first need to need to publish your article to be checked. Then copy the link of the article into copyscape and scan it for possible plagiarism.

This powerful tool will also give you the total number of websites from which your content was copied from.

  1. Pixabay

Pixabay is a great library of free stock image that any blogger or content creator can use to get free images to be used with blogpost. This copyright free images can be accessed for free. All you need to do is visit the Pixabay website and search for the photo you want. Download the photo and use it with blog post or your social media marketing.

There are several alternatives to Pixabay such us Pexels, Unsplash and shutterstock. However sutterstock demands you pay for the images to get acess to watermark free images.

  1. Answer The Public

Answer the public

If you are looking for ideas to write about on various topics, then answer the public is your number one keyword research and blog post ideas source for various topics. By searching using any keyword on Answer The Public website, you will get various search results that people are searching for.

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This will give you Ideas on what to right and what exactly people are looking for on the interweb. Answer the Public leverages on the use of IA to give realtime and accurate information on search results.

  1. Ezoic

Ezoic

Ezoic is a Google AdSense Ad partner that enables content creators monetize their websites and video content and get higher earning than what AdSense pays publishers. Ezoic harnesses the use of AI to match readers with appropriate advertisements thus advantaging publishers on earning.

Personally, I have been using Ezoic as my ad partner for monetization on my various websites for the last two years and am loving it.

With Ezoic I saw 50% increase in my earnings and my experience has been positive all through. Ezoic is more than just a monetization platform. Using Ezoic comes with great advantage as you get access tools such as ad tester that allows publishers to test various articles with various search terms thus increasing their visibility in search results. Ezoic also have developed a Content delivery networks that ensures that websites of publishers under Ezoic load much faster.

Being a Google-certified partner, Ezoic requires you to be in good standings with google to get approval. There is no traffic requirements to get approval with Ezoic and if you are already an AdSense publisher, sign up with Ezoic to increase your earnings.

  1. Google Analytics

There are various analytics out there that can help you measure and analyzes traffic on your website. One tool that stands out is Google analytics tool that gives you real time data of traffic on your website.

All you need to connect your blog or website to Google analytics is your Gmail account. By going on analytics website, you will be able to sign up for a free account. To integrate your website with Google Analytics, you will need to add a tracking code in the header of your website.

Google analytics also helps you to know common you get more visitors, preferred articles on your website by web visitors, devices visitors are using to get to your websites, their geographical location among others.

  1. Google Docs

Google Docs works in a similar manner as Microsoft word editor. However, google Docs is rich of functionalities that out ways the normal Microsoft office word document. Google docs allows  for real time saving of your work as you type. With this, you don’t have to worry of loosing your work when power goes off before you save your work.

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Google Docs also allows you to access your work anywhere from any device. This is because you will only be required to log in with the email you used to create the Docs.  With Docs, you will be able to share your work with your core workers by giving authorization, carry out realtime editing and submit assignments with a lot of ease.

  1. Light Shot

Lightshot

Light Shot is a very important tool for every content creator. This is an app that enables you to easily take screenshots on your PC  and using them together with your content.

To get started with Light Shot, you need to download the app and install it on your PC. The app is available for both windows and Mac users. Once you have downloaded it you can now start taking screenshots on any part of your screen.

To use it easily. Simply use the ‘Print Screen’ button on your keyboard, then select the area on your screen you would wish to screenshot using your mouse. From here, you can directly save the image to your PC or share it on any platform using a link that will be provided.

  1. Reverse dictionary

Reverse Dictionary is a powerful tool you can use for keyword research for your blog posts. The way Reverse Dictionary works is pretty simple. It simply looks through tonnes of dictionary definitions and grabs the ones that most closely match your search query.

For example, if you type something like “longing for a time in the past”, then the engine will return “nostalgia”. The engine has indexed several million definitions so far, and at this stage it’s starting to give consistently good results (though it may return weird results sometimes). It acts a lot like a thesaurus except that it allows you to search with a definition, rather than a single word. So in a sense, this tool is a “search engine for words”, or a sentence to word converter.

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