List of blogging tools forbeginners
1. Writing tools
Google Docs – If you want to create and manage your documents online, instead of offline, use a tool such as Google Docs. It allows you to access your files from any computer, and from any location. All you need is to log in to your Google account. Sharing documents enables you to work with a team online.
Apple Dictation – This built-in option on your Mac can help you optimize your work as it converts spoken words into text. The software also supports punctuation and other characters. There is a similar software if you are using Windows (Windows Speech Recognition) or if you prefer an online tool, Google Docs Voice Typing can be a useful
Bear writer – This is a writing app enabling you to integrate your work on your iPhone, iPad, and Mac. An interface comes with editing tools as well as the option to convert the text into PDF or Word document. Other features include cross-note links, adding to-dos, hashtags, rich previews, etc.
Paragraphs – The Paragraphs app comes in a simplified
form without any menus or widgets that typically are a part of a text editing app. Writers sometimes find it challenging to
stay organized, which is when this service can be helpful. It offers a tool to track your writing progress, set up goals, and stay focused on your writing.
CoSchedule Headline Analyzer – Try boosting your blog performance with better titles. Use a tool such as this one to optimize your blog titles based on suggestions or use them to get even more ideas.
Hemingway App – Get useful ideas on how to optimize your blog post style. This tool highlights complex sentences, and it also shows alternative solutions.
Copyscape – Double-check your content before you publish it, or use the tool to look for copies of your pages on the internet.
2. Organization tools
Toggl – Toggl is a time logging tool enabling you to track
your time spent writing. It also allows adding team members so you can increase productivity and optimize your time.
Evernote – Use Evernote to organize your work and ideas,
share the notes and sync everything in one place.
Todoist – Manage tasks and projects using this tool to enhance productivity and standards organized. You can access the tasks everywhere because the tool comes with apps and extensions for more than ten platforms.
DropBox – DropBox is a very popular tool for storing files
online, as well as sharing them with other DropBox users,
which is very helpful when you collaborate on projects.
Another option for managing files is Google Drive.
Trello – This is a platform that allows you to integrate the
apps you are already using to manage your team and
optimize your workflow. Boards, lists, and cards help you
organize your projects and productively collaborate with
Checklist – A simple interface offers a variety of handy
features such as checklists templates, reminders,
attachments, cloud sync, etc. Use it to keep track of your
daily tasks, to stay organized and productive.
3. Content tools
Readability Test Tool – Use this tool to check the
readability level of your articles quickly. It evaluates the text
based on the most used readability indicators and gives it a
score. You can test by URL if the page is already published
on your blog, or you can type the text directly into the
Recite – Use this tool to create graphics with a quote. All
you need to do is to enter the quote, select the style, and
click on “Create”.
Pablo – Pablo is one of the easiest ways to create graphics in
a couple of minutes. You do not even need an account.
Simply visit the website, choose templates, images (or
upload your own), select the file size and finally, share or
download your design.
Canva – One of the most popular design tools, Canva offers
a variety of templates, free and paid image library, and a lot
of editing tools enabling you to create stunning designs
without any experience as a designer.
Easelly – This tool can be used for creating engaging
infographics through a simple design tool and library of
more than 100,000 images and infographics templates.
BeFunky – BeFunky offers three major sections for photo
editing and graphic design, which include a photo editor,
collage maker, and designer toolset. Besides the tools, you
can find a lot of useful resources with tutorials and creative
Iconfinder – The collection of SVG icons offers over 2
million of icons you can browse and use in your designs