WordPress is a fantastic blogging tool, and so it’s no wonder that it’s so popular with bloggers. It’s easy to use, and it gives you everything you need right out of the box. You can get started right away.
However, there are lots of tools and plugins out there that can help you get even more out of the service.
Here are 15 tools that you should consider using to improve your blog.
CoSchedule Headline Analyzer
Without a good headline, your content won’t get anywhere. In fact, many readers won’t read past your headline at all. This tool analyses your headline and gives you helpful data, and tips for improving it.
You’ve got to updating frequently, and looking for new ideas all the time. This tool is designed to help you find what’s trending, and come up with new ideas for blogs. It can also put you in touch with social media influencers, and get your blog seen by more people.
Every blog should be proofread before it goes live. If you can, you should proofread your own writing, and get to know the mistakes you commonly make. If you don’t have the time though, the writers at this service will help you get them proofed in time.
If there are several people working on one blog, then this plug in helps you organise work flow. You can leave notes on drafts, and assign blogs to different people to write.
This tool will help you find the right keywords to use when you’re writing your blogs, to increase traffic.
Like proofreading, editing is a step that you must never skip. There are many times when you may need some help with it though. If you don’t have the time, or you can’t see where to edit, this service will help.
If you’re new at blogging, you may want some help in improving your writing. This service offers writing consultation that can help you out.
This plugin is designed to make Tweeting out your blog updates easier. It also gives you a lot more control over Tweet composition and link customisation.
Visual info is important when it comes to creating compelling blogs. This plugin helps you make graphs and infographics to illustrate your points.
Easy Word Count
Good blogs aren’t too long, and keep the reader’s attention the whole time. This tool will help you check the length of your writing.
This plugin is designed to grow your subscriber database. It’ll help you create opt in forms that encourage readers to sign up, without being obtrusive.
You can be accused of plagiarism even if it was accidental on your part. Use this tool to check your text before you post it.
This plugin can be installed to show readers related posts once they finish reading the one they’re on.
This plugin gives you control over your page’s SEO, and is especially helpful in giving you the analytics on any post you create.
Using links is a good way to improve SEO and back up your arguments. This tool monitors the links you use, ensuring you’re only using the best quality links available.
Use these tools and plugins with your WordPress blog, and you’ll see that it’s easy to improve the quality of your writing. With a little time and effort, you can create quality content that will engage your audience.
On – 10 Aug, 2017 By Brenda Berg