Blogging Tools to the Rescue
Social Media Examiner asked 22 pros about the blogging tools they know and love. I find the number one reason people don’t blog is because they don’t know what to write about. Here are 3 tools that can shoot that excuse down and arm you with relevant and anticipated topics now and far off into the future.
Blogging Tools to Use
- InboxQ is a nifty little tool where you can find questions people are asking on Twitter. Leverage it to build up your blog ideas.
- Content Idea Generator google doc helps you find news and topics from a variety of places. It also organizes it in a convenient way so you’re ready to write at any given time.
- Diigo is a very cool way to keep track of more topics for quick retrieval.
Bonus Tool: For those of us with short attention spans, this tool is tops! Focus Booster breaks up your work time into 25 minute chunks to improve your productivity. If you’re easily distracted by emails or social media sites, check this one out today!
Blogging Tools to Help
So if your main excuse is that you have nothing to write about, you’re obviously not alone. These tools were developed to help bloggers get past that problem with ease. Check out these tools and let me know what you think. What do you like the best or the least?
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