• Hi Ludiah, welcome to Inspire To Thrive. I hear Yoast has a main competitor now. (I believe it’s RankMath) I do love Yoast still and have had the premium version for years now. What other tools were you thinking of trying here Ludiah? Thanks for coming by and have a great day!

  • Hi Lisa, I am blogger working for one year. Now only i started using tribber a fantastic marketing platform for me which saves a huge time in business. Thanks for giving a great ideas. Great job Lisa!

  • Hi Lisa,

    Thank you for the tools. I actually use the headline analyzer quite often, and I refuse to publish a post without first analyzing the title. CommentLuv Premium, I absolutely love this tool and probably am in luv with it. I’m actually working my way towards purchasing it. One thing I absolutely love about CommentLuv is its community building strategy and its structure. Say I publish a post about fashion, and other comment on the post with their fashion blog posts, twitter handles, etc. all of these links have just made the blog post even stronger. I am about $30 away from purchasing CommentLuv. So far as the other tools, I’ve not tried them out yet but definitely will. Thank you so much for your suggestions. 🙂

  • An artist is as good as the tools he uses, same goes for bloggers.

    If you are doing everything manually, it will take way more time as compared to using some simple tools.

    I’ve been blogging for around 2 years and I know how beneficial tools have been for me and how much time they save.

    Thanks for the list 🙂 Keep going.

  • Hey Lisa,

    I am using Buffer for my blog and it’s really a great tool. I never thought that I would be able to save this much time in marketing my posts. It’s REALLY a great automation tool.

    Thanks for sharing other tools for blog success. Will give them a try! 🙂

    • Hi Nikhil, It’s probably my favorite tool Nikhil. I use the Bufffer to share others too so I’m not tweeting more than 2 things at one clip. I use the Pro for $10/mo, definately worth it! The other favorite tool of mine would be Triberr. Are you a member there? Thanks for coming by Nikhil and have a great day!

  • Tribber is something that I am still trying to figure out. It seems a bit confusing to me but maybe I just have a mental block.

  • Very nice tips and you must generate great quality content regularly and keep on learning new things which are happening in your niche.One should always blog about useful content which might be useful for your readers and this will gradually increase your authority and increase traffic to your blog

  • There are indeed thousands of plugins available but it is imporatant which one to choose for your blog. Thanks for this guide.

  • Hi Lisa, commentluv is the greatest of the tools you mentioned! When you install it on your blog, everything takes off…it’s just like magic…all you have to do is reap the benefits!

  • Lisa, I won’t comment on blogs that don’t have Commentluv. Not because I’m a spamming piece of garbage. But because I use it on mine, so you should use it on yours. Disqus I have tried and I don’t like it one bit. It doesn’t load correctly and just makes me upset. As a normal person I run into Disqus and I couldn’t even sign in and use it. Yeah, that bad. – Scott Craighead

    • Scott, I do have CommentLuv Premium here. Disqus is okay, I used to comment on blogs with that interface. Do you use any of the resources here?

  • It is not the Sevin theme, it’s a hand made theme I purchased. Thanks- it shows int the footer, the designer Emma. (Vanita Cyril)

  • Hello Lisa, I really love what you did with this theme..is this the “Sevim” theme? I love the header grafix so much its so so coooooollll!!!! I really would love to have a header pix like that for mine too…still learning the hang of it… I learn alot whenever I visit…Trust me, I got this blog bookmarked for life! Way to go Lisa!

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