6 Tools to Simplify a Blogger’s Life

If you are a blogger who wants to improve your content and simplify your life, check out these 6 great blogging tools.


If you are a blogger, you know that writing content that attracts readers and great time management skills are two of the most important things to success. Here are some popular blogging tools to help you be successful.

Headline Analyzer

People read headlines and decide if the content is relevant to them. This Headline Analyzer by Co-Schedule gives an overall score of your headline as well as give you suggestions based on the type of words you are using and the length of your headline.

Read: How to Write a Killer Blog Post Title

Content Idea Generator

Do you need fresh ideas for content? This tool will help you generate hundreds of ideas within minutes. Answer a series of simple questions pertaining to your product or service and target audience, and Content Idea Generator will feed you blog posts topics for months!


Jing is a tool for those looking to record illustrative how-to videos or product demos. Jing is a free screencast and screenshot software available for both Mac and PC.


Buffer is a well-known platform and app to schedule content on all social media platforms. It offers the ability to shorten links (or even connect your bit.ly account), as well as a search option for your favorite feeds to schedule and share. If you want to customize your schedule for each social media platform, Buffer can make it happen. Analytics are also available with upgraded accounts.

Yoast SEO

Yoast SEO is known as the most complete SEO plugin for WordPress users. It drives your idea into a specific keyword or phrase that will keep you focused writing and help with search results.


PicMonkey (affiliate link) is a free photo editor and a favorite among many bloggers. For a minimal annual fee, you will have the ability to edit (or create new!) photos, add text, banners, and more.


These are just a few tools bloggers can use to simplify their lives and be more productive.

What tools would you add to the list?