tools to use when creating your own blog
If you’re looking to start your own blog, you’ll probably want to know the must-have tools to lift your content off the ground! We don’t blame you, either. Blogging is challenging, but it doesn’t have to be!  From understanding how to generate a consistent flow of traffic to choosing what to blog about, it can be difficult to start with, but the response can be life changing for better and for worse.

An increasing number of websites are turning to online Plagiarism Detector tools to identify plagiarism in content published online. So, whatever you do, find out your own information and avoid copying another’s copy. Not only does it go against the purpose of blogging, it could result in your website being taking off the web or could even end up sitting behind metal bars depending on the severity of your plagiarised work! But mostly, blogging is positive. To help you, we suggest using these 5 tools when creating you own blog. And did we mention that they’re free?

1. WordPress

Before you can even think about embarking into the blogging atmosphere, the first step to blogging is to build a place for all your audience to visit. WordPress is just one of several free content management systems available. And, guess what? It’s the perfect platform for blogging! So much so that more than 74 million websites are hosted on WordPress, including Song Music, MTV News and Mashable.  Not only is WordPress an easy to use content management platform, its array of creative templates enables users to create a professional-looking blog, literally at the click of a button! And the best thing is, all users have access to a helpful support WordPress forum to ensure everyone gets the most out of the tool, and their hard blogging efforts!

2. Google Analytics

Before we say anything more, Google Analytics is ultimately the most popular (and powerful) tool any business, or blog, can use to measure visitors. As a website owner, it is vital to identify what visitors are doing on your beloved site, as well as how they interact with it. With this valuable information, you can enhance your sales by maximising your marketing efforts by focusing on the aspects that really count! And, it’s completely free! Google will not charge you a penny for using it.

3. PicMonkey

PicMonkey is a great image creation site for blogs, social channels and websites alike. Better yet, it’s free to use! To a certain extent, though. Depending on how often you plan to use it, you can upgrade for £54.00 a year to access new features, such as advanced tools, additional overlays and funky fonts. Ultimately, though, the best thing about PicMonkey is that you don’t need to be a professional web designer to create a professional-looking image to represent your brand. Simply drag and drop different features onto the canvas until your heart’s content!

4. Hootsuite

Social media management tools are great for businesses that are overwhelmed by managing multiple social channels. As mentioned, social media management tools allow users to manage several social accounts on one convenient platform, so you don’t have to memorise numerous log-in details! Platforms such as Hootsuite also allow users to schedule posts in advance. Not only does this reduce the amount of distractions you become succumbed to throughout the day, it ensures all social posts remain relevant and you don’t repost a funny GIF of a cat for the sake of it.

5. BuzzSumo

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There’s no doubt about it, BuzzSumo is a great online tool. It allows users to find popular content by topic on any website, including those of big brands, so you can gain insight to what trends are prominent in the market – at any time! It’s the most time efficient way to create new blog topics focused on keywords, so you can write a blog that will be beaming with shares on social media platforms! Even brands such as IBM, BuzzFeed and The Telegraph turn to BuzzSumo for their content marketing and SEO campaigns, so you can be rest assured that it will make your life easier when it comes to blogging!

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