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These are some of my must have blogging tools and resources that help me maintain my blog. I can say these tools have helped me immensely in growing my blog and they make my blog run seamlessly. Each tool serves a different purpose, which I’ll dive into below! I recommend consistently using these blogging tools so they’ll give you awesome results as well!

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Tailwind 

I use Tailwind to schedule my pins and repin other pins. This tool is great to get your content to a bigger audience. It also allows you to look at your pin analytics so you can know exactly what pins are popular. Another thing I like about Tailwind is the ability to join tribes. Tribes are communities dedicated to a specific topic. For example, if you’re a food blogger, you can join a foodie tribe to get your content directed toward other food bloggers.

Tailwind is also great to schedule your pins. So if you’re busy and don’t have time to manually schedule pins, this tool will do it for you! 

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Pinterest 

Pinterest has been my holy-grail years and is one of the best blogging tools around. I’ve always used Pinterest to find recipes, outfit inspiration, and travel guides, even before I started blogging! But back then, I didn’t know that it could also be used as a tool for blogging. Now I use Pinterest to upload pins that direct users towards my blog. The key to using Pinterest is to create visually appealing to make people want to click. Of course, it took a lot of trial and error for me to create good pins, but I’ve finally gotten it down!

I also recommend switching to a Pinterest business account, so you’ll have the ability to track your analytics and audience insights. This tool is awesome because you can figure out exactly what your audience likes and doesn’t like. The business hub also allows you to see your most popular pins, top link clicks, and much more.

Pinterest is a search engine, so be sure to include SEO rich titles and descriptions on all of your pins. Also, use highly specific words and make sure to use popular phrases that relate to your content. This takes a little practice with SEO but will make a world of a difference! 

Below you’ll see that my pin on How to Survive Online Classes has over 200 link clicks and over 7,000 impressions! That’s just one pin, and the results increase every day! I’m telling you Pinterest combined with Tailwind is a winning combo! 

Canva

If you were wondering what I use to make my pins, the answer is Canva! Canva is a graphic design tool that allows you to create graphics for social media, educational, and personal purposes. I find this tool to be extremely versatile due to the countless templates, fonts, and unique designs it provides.

Google Drive

Google Drive is great for storing all of your blog posts and drafts without clogging up your laptop storage. In fact, I write most of my rough drafts first on Google first! So before a blog post enters my WordPress dashboard it always goes through Google Docs first. I also like to use Google drive so that I’ll always have a backup copy of my blog post, just in case I have any technical issues on my blog.

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Grammarly 

I love using Grammarly to check the grammar in my blog posts. It’s always a great way to ensure I’m delivering my information in a way that is easy for you guys to understand and relate to!

As a blogger, it’s so important that you get your messages across to your audience in a professional way. No one wants to read a blog with tons of grammar and spelling mistakes. You can also add Grammarly as an extension on Google chrome so it can instantly check for errors on any site.

Mailchimp

Mailchimp is a the blogging tool I use to send out emails to my audience. I like to send out new blog post, updates, and freebies through my emails. It’s also a great way to directly connect with your audience, which is a lot of fun! I recommend trying out Mailchimp if your interested in growing your email list.


Well there you have it! The best tools to use to maintain a successful blog. I love using these tools and I definitely do not see myself stopping anytime soon.

xo, Katie Mariah

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