15+ Essential & Free Blogging Tools You Must Have!

Grammarly

Grammarly, with the help of its AI-powered writing assistant, allows you to compose bold, clear, mistake-free writing. Moreover, you can organize your writing feedback according to your readers and even get suggestions on finding the perfect words to express yourself.

My Stock Photos

There are different categories to choose from and the interface is so simple that you won’t find any difficulty navigating the site. Also, all photos are licensed under CC0 license — meaning you can do whatever you want with our photos, including their usage in commercial projects

Google Trends

The tool shows you trending keywords from top to down. You can even enter a specific search term that you’re curious about and it’ll show you how search volume has varied for that term over time and in different locations

Todoist

You can use the app’s intuitive dashboard to create a list of things that you want to work on along with their priority and schedule. Within these tasks, you can create subtasks, designate the person responsible, see the task’s progress, and keep a record of the tasks completed

Sumo

There are different ways you can use Sumo to grow your blog like, boost social shares on your website, give a hike to your site traffic, get more email subscriptions, and a lot more

Keywordtool.io

The tool offers you to generate up to 750+ long-tail keyword suggestions for every search term and all the results are reliable. The best part is, you can use this tool for free and without even having to create an account on their website

Canva

With Canva you can design stunning graphics (flyers, posts, invitations, presentations, business cards, etc.) via pre-made templates or simply drag-n-drop elements like fonts, filters, icons, and stock images. Once done, you can save and use these graphics freely on your website

Yoast SEO

Yoast allows you to optimize your site for keywords and keyphrases, provide readability check, making it easy for bots to crawl your site, ability to work in every WordPress editor, and a whole lot more. Moreover, the plugin is regularly updated for efficiency

Hemmingway

When you enter a text in the Hemmingway app, it highlights different errors in different colors so you can easily make changes in your writing. Moreover, you can format your text right in the app and use it wherever you want

Ahrefs 1

With Ahref, you can research keywords or keyphrases that your readers are searching for, analyze your competitors, track your ranking progress, and a lot more. What’s more, is that there are free learning resources and great support available for the users

Desk

Desk supports different publishing platforms including WordPress, Blogger, Medium, and Tumblr etc. The app offers an array of writing modes, visual styles, and shortcuts. There’s also a preview mode for real-time editing and meta information section

Buffer

Buffer allows you to schedule your social media postings for maximum effects. You can also use it to measure your performance on different social media platforms, create reports, and get insights on your campaign’s reach, engagement rate, and sales

Meme Generator

It is a simple app with an easy interface that allows you to search or generate any meme. There are different categories of the most viral memes that you can use as visual and add your own text to it.

Pocket

A similar tool is Instapaper, which works in the same way, but doesn’t have as many applications. One of the best things about Instapaper is that you can forward full emails to save for later (Read-it-Later only allows you to save links via email).

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