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How to Use Tools to Save Time and Make Your Blog Stronger
Today’s episode is about the top tools and resources we use on the ProBlogger and Digital Photography School blogs. I share what they are, where you can find them, and how we use them behind the scenes to keep my blogs running smoothly, so you can use them to simplify your blogging life too.
In This Episode
- Why we use apps and tools to help us run the ProBlogger and Digital Photography School blogs
- More than 10 tools that I’ve found useful for my blogs that you can use too
- Links to all the resources and tools I mention
Further Reading and Resources for How to Use Tools to Save Your Time and Make Your Blog Stronger
- Recommended Blogging Resources & Tools page on the ProBlogger website
- The previous podcast episode I mention that includes detail on how we use SumoMe – Episode 68: How to Increase the Subscriber Numbers to Your Email List
Apps and tools that I use (please note, I am an affiliate for some of these)
- Edgar – As promised, here’s a video of how I use it:
(Or if watching videos isn’t your thing, here’s a blog post I wrote on how I use Edgar.)
Editorial and Social
- Google Analytics
- Canva and Pic Monkey
- Fantastical – great calendar app for Mac and iOS
- Mars Edit – desktop blog editor
- Easy Digital Downloads
Episodes in my recent miniseries on the important things bloggers/online entrepreneurs should do to find success:
- Part 1 – The Most Important Thing You Will Ever Do as an Entrepreneur – Podcast Episode 88
- Part 2 – The Second Most Important Thing You’ll Ever Do as an Entrepreneur – Podcast Episode 89
- Part 3 – 4 Questions to Ask Before Quitting Your Blog or Online Project
How did you go with today’s episode?
Do you have tools you use on your blog that have saved you time and made your blog stronger? I would love to hear what tools you have found useful in the comments below.
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