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The Galore of Blogging Tools and Why They are Important! 

By A&T Affiliates posted June 04, 2020

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Blogging is, in itself, a pretty fun way to get your information online, regularly and efficiently. It is also convenient in the sense that even beginners can jump into the fray without much training. You only have to look at the popularity of dozens of social networking sites such as Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, and Instagram to realize that just about any Tom, Dick, and Jane want to know more about your blog.

Good blogging services and good blogging tools facilitate this ease of use. If there were no content management tools for bloggers to use then blogging would be all but dead. The strength of blogging lies in the fact that it is easy to set up and use. Plus, it organizes itself and is easy to customize. If there were no blogging tools to facilitate this, then blogging would truly be a chore. 
Thankfully, there are literally hundreds of blogging software packages and tools both proprietary and open source. These tools all work on different levels and address different needs. While there isn't much space to write about all the available tools for blogging, here is a listing of some of the handier blogging tools around. 

1. Post Gopher: This is a WordPress plugin that converts your blog posts and pages into downloadable PDF books. It builds beautiful forms, integrates directly with your autoresponder, captures leads, and sends out download links on complete autopilot.

It also automatically transforms any blog post or page into a super targeted, high converting 'lead magnet' that's guaranteed to engage your readers. Works with the individual (or all) posts/pages plus categories and with just a few clicks you'll be all set to grow your subscriber numbers.   


2. Feedback fox: This tool will help you to start asking your audience to share their insights increases their interest and engagement in your business. They'll feel valued and appreciated when you seek their feedback and act on it. Listening to your audience is the first step to satisfying their needs. You should gather feedback to find out how they feel about you, your business, your products, services, and prices.

Also setting up AdSense on your Blog is a breeze, and you can complete the whole process in less than an hour.    

How to Choose the Right Blogging Tools?
There are many free blogging tools on the market, but loading your blog with all the free stuff you may not necessarily consider. While it may be tempting to add a visitor counter, an attractive background, an exciting new font, and a cluster of quirky animated gifs to your blog, such a plan can easily backfire. The key to getting the most from free blog tools is being selective.

This is a great idea to learn about all types of free blogging tools that are available so that you can make an informed decision about what to add to your blog, but try to remember that just because there is nothing that you need. Practice moderation and choose only those options that you think will be really useful.

If you can find out how many visitors are reading your blog by checking your traffic statistics, a visitor counter is likely to add unnecessary clutter to your page. If your blog is text-based, an attractive background can be more distracting than a benefit.

Be realistic about assessing which types of blog accessories will help you realize your vision and improve your site. Remember that even a blog tool that does not cost any of your cash may not be an asset in the long run.

Some Blogging Tips and Tools!

As a business owner, you do not want to miss the extra revenue generated by using a blog to add revenue streams to your business. Displaying AdSense ads, affiliate banners, and links, and developing another source of traffic for your core business are some of the benefits associated with blogging.

Once you have a large continuous flow of readers, selling ad space can become a viable option. This will, of course, depend on your marketing skills and your ability to provide quality and useful content.

Setting up a new blog with WordPress or any HTML website is very simple and let me assume that you have already registered a new domain related to your blog. There is also a web host that uses cPanel.

Using any web host to upload and set up your new blog is not really a brainchild. It will do just about everything for you and gives very clear-cut instructions to customize the look and appearance of your new blog using available themes and plug-ins.

Some things to consider before you begin the blog set up process. 

  • What will the purpose of your blog be?
  • What is the name of your blog? 
  • When and how often will you update your blog?
  • How will you use it to enhance your core business?   
  • How will you announce your new blog to the world?
  • Will it be separate from your business or will it be its own business? 
Marketers use traditional websites as their only method of promotion rather than using them because of the ease and simplicity of updating and adding content to join text editors and FTP programs. His blogs are his business

Once your blog is set up and you have set a name, what will be your goal, and whether it will be a stand-alone project or your core business apart from where you want to get the term.

Social bookmarking sites are an effective strategy for bloggers. You can reach a wide variety of bloggers and attract an avid reader to your new blog. I have put a small list below as well as an e-book that lists several other social bookmarking sites.

The sites above are attracting Google spiders to your new blog and will index you more quickly than usual. I don't need to say how important it would be to get targeted traffic to your blog. But I think I just did it.

You, of course, want to submit your blog to the top 10 search engines. Doing this every 30 days or so would certainly be beneficial for a solid marketing plan.

Don't forget to consider placing some kind of relevant advertising on your main blog page. Whether it is in the form of AdSense, yahoo, 7search, etc., these can bring you much-needed revenue initially over time.

Whatever you decide to do with your blog, I hope I have given you some foods as well as some tools that are available for you to get started. Social bookmark sites, blog directories, and top 10 search engine submissions will almost guarantee to attract readers to your blog and if you provide them with relevant and unique content, word of mouth can spread like wildfire at most.




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