Essential Blogging Tools Every Blogger Needs

These are the tools I use to run my blog, including all of the behind the scenes apps and tech. Free trials bonuses are given to your where ever I can!

 

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1. A Reliable Webhost

The top web hosts are Bluehost and Siteground.

60% off SiteGround hosting.

65% Off Bluehost

Read this guide to compare the differences between the two.

 

 

2. A Secure, Beautiful Theme

Fantastic source for professional, secure and highly powerful WordPress themes: StudioPress

 

 

3. A Strong Automation Tool

I use Tailwind to automate my Pinterest & schedule and plan my Instagram.

It saves me a ton of time and helps bring in a ton of traffic!

Try it free here.

 

4. A Top-Notch Email Service Provider

 

MailerLite is free up to 1000 subscribers. You can easily create landing pages and opt-in forms to collect subscribers and easily send and track campaigns (newsletters). If you have more subscribers than 1000, plans start at $10. This link gives you a $20 credit for when you upgrade.

 

 

 

5. A Spell Check App

Grammarly is a must for any blogger! It is a free tool that catches your spelling and grammar mistakes as you type.

 

6. A Few Good Affiliate Networks & Programs

Awin is an affiliate marketing network with thousands of high-paying affiliate programs. It costs just $5 to sign up (which you get back once approved), then you join affiliate programs, work with brands, and get paid.

ShareaSale – Once you are a member, you can join the affiliate programs of thousands of brands. I love this one because it makes joining and keeping track of several affiliate programs super easy. They have a handy tool to build collections of products that you can then add to your website as well.

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7. A Blog Planner

Get your free copy of my Blog Planner to help you create and market your blog!

 

 

7. Stock Photos

Check out this list of 37+ Places To Find Free Stock Photos!

16 comments on “Essential Blogging Tools Every Blogger Needs”

  1. Excellent list. Some of them I knew, others I have heard about but never tried like Grammarly. Lots of new tools I am learning about for the first time and will definitely check out.

  2. I signed up for Tailwind and have no been able to figure it out. I’ve heard they’re great but they really need to redesign their interface or something. Anyway, thanks for this list. Will come in hand when my tech friends stops being on maternity leave and can’t help me with my blog all the time, haha

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