Best 5 Blogging Tools For 2019 With Expert Tips


For everyone who is interested in blogging, you have to understand that blogging is an act and you will need the right tools to make your act unique. in this post, we will be talking about some tools needed for every blogger.

This is a unique list of blogging tools to which you can refer and find new tools to enhance your blogging experience as well as the experience of your readers!

Though the list of available tools is long, every tool is useful in its own way. I also summarise each of this tool in one line as a quick but helpful reference.

I have used al least %70 of the tools I will mention below, and the remaining 30% are suggested by bloggers whose opinions I read and I trust.

Note: Some of the links have my affiliate link ( I will buy recharge card)

The Ultimate Cheat Sheet of Blogging Tools

Desktop blog editors:

  • Evernote: I use this to take quick notes on my iPhone, and it’s available via cloud syncing.
  • Blogo: Desktop publishing tool for Mac that supports WordPress.
  • Hemingway Editor: A great desktop writing tool which will enhance your writing.
  • Open Live Writer: Best desktop editor for Windows OS, and you can publish directly from your desktop.

1. Content idea generation tools
  • BuzzSumo: Enter a website or a topic to find the most shared and engaging content. 
  • Ahrefs Content explorer: Similar to Buzzsumo but with more data.
  • Quora: Search for your keywords in a search box of Quora, and you will get unlimited ideas for your blog content.
  • Blog topic generator: Enter your keyword and it will give you post ideas.
2. Blog post title tool

  • EMV tool:  It checks the emotional marketing value of a title. The higher the EMV score is, the better it will perform on social media channels.
  • TweakBiz title generator: A comprehensive title generator by TweakBiz
  • Headline Analyzer: This is the best tool in this lot. Regardless of what you know or don’t know about blogging, you will be churning out the best titles for your blog posts.
  • Potent C idea generator: Call it a content idea generator or a title generator – it functions as both.
3. Proof-reading tool

Grammarly: Saviour for a non-native English speaker like me. Helps with proof-reading, suggests words, is a great companion.
ProWriting Aid: Another popular grammar and spell checker tool. Supports multiple platforms
Hemingway App: Free web-based tool to improve your writing. I’m sure you will end up bookmarking this one.

4. Stock images for blogs


Flickr Advanced search: Use Flickr Advance search to find images with a creative common license.
Google image search: Use images with an appropriate license which you can use on your blog.
Pixabay: Another great site where you can download high-quality images. You don’t have to give credit links.

5. SEO tools

Google Webmaster Tool: Free tool from Google which shows various data such as links to your website, duplicate content and keyword ranking.
Bing Webmaster Tool: Similar to Google Webmaster Tool, but for Bing search engine.
SiteBulb: Another great desktop based site crawling and auditing tool. I have discovered this recently and loving it.
Integrity: Desktop tool for Mac which checks your blog for broken links (internal and external).

It will be nice to add your favorite tools in the comment section below. Help me to make more 

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