5 Handy Blogging Tools

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No matter how good you think you are at blogging, no one is perfect. And to achieve the best results that you possibly can you are going to need the help of tools. There are hundreds of different blogging tools that will help you to know what to write about, which keywords are relevant, what your Google ranking is and assist you in promoting your good quality content.

While there is a vast array of tools on the market, there are 5 essential tools that will help you endlessly in your quest for better ranking results.

1. SEMrush

SEMrush is an extremely important tool that will sift through your competitor’s Google search results and see what keywords they are using, and where these keywords are ranking. Once you know which keywords are pulling in the traffic, it enables you to design your own unique blog post based around these keywords and the other relevant information.

2. Emotional Marketing Value Headline Analyzer

The more you appeal to and engage with your user’s emotion, the more likely it is that they are going to be captivated by your blog post. The Emotional Marketing Value Headline Analyzer evaluates the emotional pull of your blog posts’ headline, and will then rate it with a score out of 100. By doing this you are able to play with your headline and adjust it until it has the highest score possible. While not 100% accurate this tool does give you a fairly good idea about which of your titles is going to get the most traffic.

3. HitTail

Are you curious about which keywords are getting the most traffic for your site? Then HitTail is the perfect tool for you, as it searches for and identifies the keywords that are bringing in the most users. This tool allows you to recognize the most influential keywords, and therefore points you in the direction of what you should be writing about. HitTail also gives suggestions on blog posts that you should write centered around the most relevant keywords for high traffic percentages.

4. Keywordtool.io

This is also a handy tool for keyword searches, and using it is extremely easy. You simply type in a keyword into the tool and it will show you hundreds of results based of related and relevant keywords. It will also identify which words Google sees as related and gives you the long integrated options for combined keyword phrases.

5. Raven Tools

This platform combines 30 different blogging tools, and is actually referred to as an SEO tool rather than a blogging tool. Raven compiles a number of different SEO and social media tools that will make monitoring, managing and improving your advertising and ranking on Google, that much easier.

There are many hundreds of different tools that you can choose from if you want to oversee and analyze the traffic percentage that you are getting on your blog, but the tools mentioned above really do stand out from the rest, and will make a vastly significant improvement to your blogging.

About the Author

Lorne Fade

An avid online marketing professional currently living in beautiful Toronto, Canada. I have worked for over a decade in the digital marketing space helping businesses succeed online.

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