As a blogger, it's easy to find yourself spending way to much time on your everyday blogging tasks. I've found it beneficial to have access to blogging tools that will save me time.
In this post, I'm sharing my favorite time-saving blogging tools. I highly recommend giving these tools a try if you're looking to free up your time.
10 Blogging Tools That Will Save You Time
Grammarly is a free online grammar checker. Grammarly makes the process of checking your content for errors so much easier. After trying out Grammarly for free, I decided to upgrade to the premium version, and I love it.
Along with checking for spelling and grammar mistakes, the premium version of Grammarly features vocabulary enhancement, advanced checks for punctuation, grammar, context and sentence structure, genre-specific writing checks, and a plagiarism detector.
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MiloTree is a smart pop-up that helps you grow your email list, Facebook, Pinterest, and Instagram account. I like MiloTree because it allows me to grow my social media followers with little effort on my part. MiloTree has helped me grow my Pinterest account to over 10,000 followers.
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If you create social media graphics for your content, Picmonkey is a great tool to have. I recommend Picmonkey because they have ready-made templates that make creating graphics for your blog and social media accounts a breeze.
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StayFocusd is a productivity extension for Google Chrome. StayFocusd helps you focus on your tasks by limiting the amount of time you spend on distracting websites.
With this extension, you add the sites you want to block to your "blocked sites" list, set how long you want the sites to block to last, and the extension will block your access to those sites for the amount of time listed. StayFocusd saves you time by allowing you spend more time on what's important.
If you take social media marketing seriously, Hootsuite is the social media tool for you. HootSuite is one of the most widely used social media scheduling and management tools.
Along with allowing you to schedule content to your social media channels, Hootsuite is filled with features that will help you manage and grow your social media channels.
Tailwind is a Pinterest scheduling tool. I use Tailwind to help increase my Pinterest traffic and followers. Tailwind saves you time by allowing you to schedule pins to your Pinterest account. That way, even if you're not manually pinning, you're still active on the platform.
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Headline Analyzer is a tool created by CoShedule that scores the headline of your blog post. We all know how time-consuming it can be to create a great headline. Headline analyzer will help you create a more enticing headline.
Coming up with blog post ideas can be a real struggle at times. The Blog Idea Generator is a fun tool that helps you generate blog post ideas. All you have to do is fill in the fields with terms you want to write about, and the blog idea generator will provide you with a list of blog post ideas.
Not every topic will work for you, but this tool is pretty useful for providing subjects you can write about.
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Staying organized is one of the best ways to save yourself time. Editorial Calendar is a WordPress plugin that allows you schedule your content within your WordPress dashboard.
Editorial Calendar allows you to drag and drop to change your post dates, manage your drafts, and more. If you want to test out the plugin, visit Zack’s WordPress Sandbox and use the username and password "test."
Hemingway App is another great tool that can save you time with proofreading.
The app states that it will "make your writing bold and clear." They go on to say "It’s like a spellchecker, but for the style. It makes sure that your reader will focus on your message, not your prose."
What are your favorite tools blogging tools for saving time?