Top 5 Bloggers Tools 2019

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There are a ton of Bloggers tools and resources out there. Today I am going to list some the Top 5 Bloggers Tools 2019 These are the blogging tools I find to be indispensable and in my opinion, every blogger should be using and taking advantage of If you think there is a tool or resource I missed please let me know in the comments below.

In the meantime here my Top 5 Bloggers Tools for 2019!

Grammarly (software, browser extension)

Number one on my list of Top 5 Bloggers Tools 2019 is Grammarly. Grammarly is an online grammar checking, spell checking, and plagiarism detection platform developed by Grammarly, Inc. It checks for spelling, grammar, style, wordiness, punctuation, and plagiarism. It’s all done by Grammarly’s robust algorithm that scans the text and alerts you to any mistakes and makes suggestions to fix any issues.

I can tell you after receiving 100 member guest posting here in Bloggers Traffic Community. Every blogger should be using this. Mistakes are so easy to make and normal spelling checkers don’t come anywhere close to catching what Grammarly does.

Grammarly has a free and paid version put after doing research the consensus is that 99 percent of people only need to free version.

Canva (A online photo editing program)

Tool number 2 is Canva. Canva is a graphic-design tool website, started in 2012. It uses a drag-and-drop format and provides access to over a million photographs, graphics, and fonts.

There are a lot of online graphic-design and editors out there. Most of them have some merit and have good features to take advantage of. However, I find Canva to be the most straightforward and the easiest to use of the bunch. There is a free and paid version the online tool.

I personally use the paid version on the application because it has one feature I truly love. That’s the ability to magically resize any image regardless of aspect ratio. So I can take an image \ that was made for Instagram which as a 1:1 ratio and turn into a Pinterest image which prefers a 2:3 ratio size.

I suggest starting with the free version and then moving forward once you feel comfortable with it. It is without question the one the Top 5 Bloggers Tools 2019!

Tailwind ( A web application for managing Pinterest)

Tool number two on the Top 5 Bloggers Tools 2019 almost feels like cheating. Having it on this list because it clearly belongs on our list or any list for that matter. I am of course talking about Tailwind.

Tailwind is an online scheduling application that allows you to post your Pinterest or Instagram images up to a month in advance. Besides it being a massive time saver, that is just the beginning of the benefits it offers. Its advanced analytics will help determine what images are doing well and those that are not. Tailwind will exponentially explode your traffic coming from Pinterest and Instagram.

Since Pinterest is the best social media platform for driving traffic, it’s really a no-brainer that everybody should be using it. Every website that I own I use Tailwind to help drive traffic.

Yoast SEO (A word press plugin for making your posts search engine friendly)

Yoast SEO is a plugin in for WordPress that helps you make your pages and posts from your website search engine friendly. The more search engine friendly your website is, the better it will be at driving traffic from search engines.

Now Yoast SEO is not the only SEO plugin out there. There are also some other excellent ones to choose from. After trying a lot of them, however, Yoast SEO is clearly the best. It has the most features and is updated every two weeks so you are never outdated.

The best part of Yoast is that its free version is super powerful and will be enough for most users. For those that want even more, there is a paid version as well. We recommend sticking with free version at first and if you want the features in the paid version then get them.

After seeing more than 100 guest submissions so many of our members would really benefit from installing Yoast SEO.

Pinterest ( A social media platform for driving traffic to your website)

Pinterest Logo

Rounding out the Top 5 is Pinterest. Pinterest is far and away the best traffic generation for the majority of bloggers. It’s simply the best social media platform bloggers heading into 2019. “Pinterest, Inc. is a social media web and mobile application company that operates a software system designed to discover information on the World Wide Web, mainly using images and, on a smaller scale, GIFs and videos. The site was founded by Ben Silbermann, Paul Sciarra and Evan Sharp. Pinterest has reached 250 million monthly active users as of October 2018.” (Wikipedia sourced)

The downfall to Pinterest is that it’s also far and away the hardest social media platform to get a handle on. It operates differently than other social media platforms which people are used to. However, once you get the handle on the particulars (It’s not hard) you will end up using a loving Pinterest as it will generate more traffic than other social media combined.

If you need help or have questions about any these tools. Come and join our community and get the answers. We have lots of experts here.

Thanks for reading! I Hope you enjoyed Top 5 Bloggers Tools 2019.

P.S None of the tools listed above as of this writing are paid, sponsors. So all Tools are being judged on their own merit.

Disclaimer: P.S None of the tools listed above as of this writing are paid, sponsors. So all Tools are being judged on their own merit.

16 thoughts on “Top 5 Bloggers Tools 2019”

  1. I use everything you mentioned and they really are helpful tools in growing my blog. Great article! I’m still trying to up my Pinterest Game and hope to get it looking a lot better in 2019 🙂

  2. Follow up comment: I tried Canva as I said I would in a previous comment. I found it to be easy to use and it had a lot of features, even with the free version. I’m going to add Canva to my usual toolbox for creating Pinterest pins. Thanks!

  3. Thanks for sharing. For me, Grammarly is my preferred tool. I also use Yoast SEO when starting out as a blogger and I am still using both of them till today. Im just hearing about canva, I think I will check it out and give it a try. Many thanks

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