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#socialbloggers 91 // Blogging Tools

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There are so many things we can use to help us blog, automate social media and stay organised.

My favourite tools are:

  • Buffer to schedule Tweets
  • Picmonkey to edit photos
  • Canva to create graphics
  • Photoshop to create Pinterest images
  • The Editorial Calendar WordPress Plugin
  • Ahalogy to schedule Pins
  • Twufer to schedule the #socialbloggers chat
  • Whatsapp web for a healthy bit of distraction

If I could make my own tool, it would probably something to do with proof reading as it’s something I’m really bad at! I’m dyslexic and often struggle to spot my own mistakes and generally will have to re-read loads of time! It would be great if there was a site where you could submit post to be proof read, and maybe have to proof read one that’s of similar word length in exchange? I’d be up for that!

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Q1: What are some of your must-have blogging tools? (From apps to physical equipment)


Q2: Is there any hyped tool or app that seemed to be everyone’s favorite, but didn’t work out for you? Why?


Q3: If you could invent a new tool to help with your blog, what functions could it perform & what would you name it?

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1. noun: a female blogger that writes about her own experiences, observations and opinions. 2. verb: to act like a complete idiot or to do something stupid. e.g: She did a Corinne.

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