3 Tools I Use to Run My Blog
Hello, friends welcome to follow steps I’m your Host Siri today I want to share with the 3 Tools I Use to Run My Blog. So, Let’s talk everyday stuff. I know a lot of you own a blog This post if for those bloggers who want to grow their blog and for those who want to start their new blog
In this blog post, I’ll share my top used tools, plugins, and software. Hoping, maybe I can inspire you and help you to set your blog. I always use to think what other people use to run their blog smoothly and get tons of traffic and how they are ranking top on google. I don’t know what are their strategies and Tools but I want to share my tools with you guys
So, friends let’s get started before I go further let me tell you a note
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3 Tools I Use to Run My Blog
1st Tool Sumo.me
SumoMe is a most effective Email creator it creates pop-ups with list builder.
SumoMe is quickly rising in the blogging world. There’s a free and a more in-depth paid version. It’s a plugin that allows you to get more fans of your awesome stuff to sign up for your offers. Thus, growing your greatest asset as a blogger your email list.
It allows you to add opt-boxes, pop-ups, and welcome mats all without needing to understand coding. It also displays your blog’s social proof showing how many shares each page receives in social media.
- show the right opt-in forms using precise targeting based on posts, tags, and categories.
- pre-made beautiful design plus drag and drop designer to get it done in minutes.
- has scroll-mat, sticky top bar, inline post form, sidebar and much more options to display sign up forms.
- advanced reporting
- smart links to stop asking subscribers to subscribe
- exit and smart triggers to display forms
- and much more…
I used Sumo.me to collect emails. It collects up to 500 subscribers for free. Then you have to update the pro plan for unlimited emails. I list it because, with the pro plan, you save huge money collecting unlimited subscribers for the same price if you just send auto-responders. Otherwise, you’ll still need email software like getResponse
2nd Tool Squirrly SEO
Squirrly SEO contains great features, Squirrly comes packed with a nice keyword research tool that works with the WordPress editor. In addition to the usual analytics (like search volume), it also shows you if that keyword is a hot topic of conversion online or how it is ranked. The tool also shows you the stability of that keyword’s search volume over time. Squirrly SEO is a very visual plugin that seeks to simplify the world of SEO and carefully guide users through everything step by step it makes beginners life easy
Squirrly has a number of tools on its dashboard like
- It has the weekly audits of your content, it’ll also nudge you towards the high-performing keywords on your site and help target your content efforts more effectively.
- It also will audit all the content like social media views, like, share, and it will provide tips to increase your performance on that particular platform.
3rd Tool Grammarly
The Grammarly widget or plugin is amazing for correcting spelling errors on the go as well as catching some English errors that need to be fixed or else your email or blog post doesn’t look very professional. I make sure to allow all of my blog posts go through Grammarly’s system to verify that everything is spelled correctly and looks amazing before publishing. It’s really easy to make mistakes when you’re writing quickly, or late at night, that sometimes-little mistakes get looked over. We can install Grammarly to our chrome extension and it will correct you when you make a mistake in your post or email or any article.
The best part about Grammarly is that it’s completely free! Unbelievable, right? So, if you need a professional system to double-check your writing for emails or blog posts, then you definitely need to download Grammarly.
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