Tools To Help Your Blog’s Success
Every blogger needs some tools to help them succeed. Here are some blogging resources I recommend for your blog today to make it easier and more effective for you. Blogging take time and effort and these tools on this page can help relieve some of that time for you.
Want a social sharing tool that keeps count of all your shares? Social Warfare does just that. It shows the share count by each of the social networks you choose and a total share count for each post or page. You can customize how these share counts look.
Not only does it do share counts but it includes a fun click to tweet tool with it! You can pick from various designs to include the click to tweets in your blog posts. Another great feature of this plugin is the Pinterest application. You can customize your Pinterest images for Pinterest with this plugin in one easy step. All this in Social Warfare for only $29.00 a year!
Tools like CommentLuv can also aid your efforts by having more people come to your blog and commenting. It becomes your own social hub with CommentLuv. I still use this one today.
Triberr – I highly recommend this one for bloggers. You join tribes of like minded bloggers and help each other share your new posts (via RSS feeds) on Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, Google+, Stumble Upon and Pinerest. You can follow my tribe Inspiring Bloggers Here.
The Buffer App – I cannot imagine being so active on social networks if it were not for The Buffer. I use the premium $10/mo. version. You can use their FREE version to start.
Folks You Can Hire To Help Your Blogging Business:
Virtual Bren – I love Bren’s graphic designs. I use many of her images here throughout my blog.
Mayura4Ever – Technical Support – Mayura is my go to person whenever I run into technical difficulties. Why spend time on them when you need to generate new content and stay engaged on social media?
Free HEADLINE Analyzer – Check out this great headline tool to make your headlines stand out for all of your blog posts! You can test different headlines to see which will work the best.
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