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5 Free Blogging Tools that will Change your Blogging Experience in 2017.

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5 Free Blogging Tools that will Change your Blogging Experience in 2017.

Blogging tools make good writers better and better writers best writers. The tools make blogging life, not easier, but, worth it. They come in free and premium version, but I have chosen to start with free blogging tools that are amazing. Let’s have a look at them.

  1. Grammarly

I believe as far as writing is concerned everybody’s grammar, and spelling needs to be checked. Grammarly will do that for you. It is an online platform that will help you find and correct writing mistakes.

5 Free Blogging Tools that will Change your Blogging Experience in 2017.

Personally, I use it. It’s so easy to use because it has a browser extension for Chrome, Safari, and Firefox. But, I use it on the Chrome browser. The platform has both free and premium version. But I recommend using the premium version because you are not limited to anything. With premium apart from grammatical errors you are provided with vocabulary enhancement suggestions, plagiarism detection and provide citation if you need them. Which is cool.

  1. Canva

Canva is an online tool that helps you create amazing and engaging content. It is packed with easy to use features. It has enough templates to help you create amazing marketing materials, ads, infographics and anything visual you may think of including Facebook cover page and resumes. Now, if you don’t want their designs, they have given you room to create your own custom project using the features.

5 Free Blogging Tools that will Change your Blogging Experience in 2017.

  1. Pexels

As bloggers, we are obviously looking for images to make our blogs virtually appealing. Well, pexels offers free stock of licensed images. Once you download the image(s), you can edit them if you want and use them for your personal or commercial purpose.

5 Free Blogging Tools that will Change your Blogging Experience in 2017.

But, the platform has given a chance to appreciate the photographers with some coins, if you feel they are doing a great job (which they always do), you can donate to help them grow.

  1. Plagiarism Checker- with Small SEO Tools.

Apart from using Grammarly, I use this one too. One thing with small seo tools you don’t have to sign up to be able to use their services. I always check the plagiarism with this tool though I do try to compare the results with a Grammarly plagiarism tool. If I can rate it on a scale of 10, I would give it 8/10 which is fantastic because it is a free plan. I have not yet tried their premium version, but when I will do that, I will update this information.

5 Free Blogging Tools that will Change your Blogging Experience in 2017.

  1. Quora

Hello, bloggers, sometimes you go blank on the ideas, but don’t worry now, with Quora everything is sorted. I can describe Quora as a world of great and amazing questions and answers. As a user on this platform, you can answer or ask a question. Probably you are wondering how is this site helping bloggers? Well, as a blogger, you can choose to respond to the questions in the form of a blog post, which helps so much in generating ideas.

5 Free Blogging Tools that will Change your Blogging Experience in 2017.

This is my A-list of free blogging tools that are very beneficial to me. I hope you will find them worth using. Feel free to share your experiences with these tools if you have been using them or you can add if I have left a tool worth the mention in the comment section below.

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2 Comments

  1. Pat

    March 21, 2017 at 5:19 pm

    Lydia, thanks for this post! I will check Canva and Pexels, because images that I created in Photoshop were not so good as they could be.

    I see you’re familiar with plagiarism checkers! Have you worked with https://unplag.com/free-plagiarism-checker? I discovered this tool recently, and at first sight it works pretty well.

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    • Lydia Kamau

      April 4, 2017 at 10:44 am

      Hey, Pat. I am happy you found the article helpful, I will have a look at the plagiarism tool.

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