pexels photo 6954220 60+ Tools | The ultimate list of free tools for bloggers !

60+ Tools | The ultimate list of free tools for bloggers !

Free tools for bloggers
Free tools for bloggers

60+ Free Tools for Bloggers !!

There are many free tools out there that might help you edit your social media profile pictures. But when it comes to blogging, most creators rely on the following tools to make their content creation process easier.

There are both free and paid tools. In this post, we will see the free version of all the tools I have used along with the links to the sites.

This is by no means, an exhaustive list of free tools required by content creators. You can very much create your content without these tools. These are just the best of all the free sites available under each category of tools.

Pre production

Before creating your content, you need to have an actionable plan to make your content creation process easier.

You may also need to do a simple research online for niche and article ideas.

Keyword research tools

Every content creator needs keyword research tool, be it on youtube, blog or social media.

These tools helps you identify niche related keywords along with details like search volume, ranking difficulty etc.

You may need to check:

Niche selection

Before creating your first piece of content, you need to know your niche.

Niche is nothing but a narrowed down topic for your content creation process.

Eg. If you want to create content around the category HEALTH, you niche can be narrowed down to WEIGHT LOSS. If the competition is toi high, you can further narrow down and select WEIGHT LOSS FOR WOMEN OVER 40.

To find your niche, you can enter your category in the following sites and find the trending keywords in that category:

Websites include :

Google trends

Google Trends allows you to explore the popularity and trending topics within a specific niche or category.


Pinterest is a visual discovery platform where you can find ideas, inspiration, and trending topics related to various niches.

Google search

Conducting searches on Google can help you identify popular keywords and topics within your chosen niche

Amazon search

Amazon’s search function can provide insights into popular products and topics within specific niches.


You can select and list out all the topics you need to write about in each niche.

You can do this by doing an autocomplete search on sites like

Google search (autocomplete)

By using the autocomplete feature in Google search, you can discover popular search queries and topics related to your niche.


AnswerThePublic generates a visual representation of common questions and topics people search for online, which can help you brainstorm ideas for your content. is a keyword research tool that provides long tail keyword suggestions based on the topic or niche you enter.

Related keywords / Tags

You also need to have the keywords related to your niche or just other ways of saying the topic.

This might come in handy when you write your blog post and tags.

You can find the related keywords on sites like


Wordstream offers a free keyword tool that helps you find related keywords and expand your list of keywords relevant to your niche.

Target keyword

After finding the topics for your blog posts, we will move on to the keywords for each individual posts.

Now you need to have a target keyword or just a different way to say your topic title.

In that way, you can choose that variation which has low competition but high search volume.

You can find both the competition and search volume for free on the following sites :

Adwords google keyword planner

Google Keyword Planner is a powerful tool that provides data on search volume, competition, and keyword suggestions. It can help you find the right target keyword for your blog post.


Wordstream’s free keyword tool can also assist you in finding target keywords with low competition and high search volume.

Ahrefs free version

Ahrefs offers a free version of its SEO tool, which includes keyword research features that can help you identify target keywords for your content.

Now you are ready to start writing your blog post with your target keyword and related keywords. All you have to do is start planning and organize your ideas..

Planners & Organizers

After listing down all the topics and keywords, you may want to plan your content beforehand so that it becomes a simple routine for you. You may also need to organize your content according to the categories, topics etc.

You can plan and organize on free sites like

Google Calendar

Google Calendar is a widely used online calendar tool that allows you to plan and organize your content creation schedule.


Asana is a project management tool that helps you stay organized, collaborate with team members, and manage your content creation workflow.


Trello is a flexible project management and organization tool that uses boards, cards, and lists to help you plan and track your content creation tasks.

Google drive

Google Drive provides cloud storage and collaboration features, allowing you to store and organize your content files.


Notion is an all-in-one workspace that offers note-taking, project management, and collaboration features, making it useful for organizing and planning your content.


Evernote is a note-taking app that allows you to store ideas, create to-do lists, and organize your content-related information.


OneNote is a digital notebook that enables you to capture and organize your ideas, research, and content plans.

Read later

You might also need to save articles for future reference and inspiration. You can save the entire article by saving it on sites like Notion,


Pocket is a bookmarking tool that lets you save articles, videos, and web pages to read or reference later.


Evernote, mentioned earlier as a planner and organizer tool, can also be used to save articles for future reference.


During the production process, you may need to edit your pictures, videos, screenshot etc.

Content creation tools

There are tools which has both free features and paid features. There are apps and sites for each feature and 1 app or site for almost the entire process.

Canva is a popular graphic design tool that offers a range of templates and customization options for creating visually appealing blog post images and social media graphics.

InShot is a mobile video editing app that allows you to edit and enhance videos for your blog or social media channels.

WordPress is a widely-used content management system (CMS) that provides a platform for creating and managing your blog.

Wix is a website builder that offers an intuitive interface and customizable templates for creating blogs and websites.

Domain & Hosting

Currently you need to buy a domain i.e. a name for your website or blog.

And also hosting i.e a place to have your domain.

You can either buy a domain name or use the free subdomain feature in hosting sites like


Blogspot, also known as Blogger, is a free blogging platform provided by Google where you can create a blog with a free subdomain.

WordPress offers free hosting and subdomains for creating a blog, although there are also paid options available.


Medium is a platform where you can publish and share your articles for free, using their subdomain.


Wix, mentioned earlier as a website builder, also provides free hosting and subdomains for creating blogs and websites.

Where you don’t have to pay for your domain or hosting.

It may not look professional, but you can always grow your site, make enough money from it and then convert your blog to a self hosted blog.


If you are overwhelmed by writing a long blog post, you can use techniques like pomodoro technique, where you can work for 20 minutes, rest for 10 minutes. And repeat. This makes your content creation process more manageable and less boring.

There are also apps for time management, focus etc.

There are tons of free productivity sites and apps like


Toggl is a time tracking tool that helps you manage and monitor the time you spend on various tasks, including content creation.


Pomofocus is a Pomodoro Technique timer that helps you work in focused intervals and take regular breaks to improve productivity.

Stock Photos & Videos

You can find free stock photos, videos, gifs etc for your featured image, inside the blog post, videos etc., on the following sites.


Pexels is a platform where you can find free high-quality stock photos and videos for your blog posts and other content.


Pixabay offers a vast collection of free stock photos, illustrations, and videos that you can use for your blog.


Unsplash provides a large library of free high-resolution photos contributed by photographers around the world.


Vecteezy offers free vector graphics and illustrations that you can use to enhance your blog posts.

Internet Archive

The Internet Archive is a digital library that includes various media types, including images and videos, which can be used for your blog.

Editing softwares :

You can use free image and video editing sites or apps like


Canva, mentioned earlier as a content creation tool, also offers image editing features that allow you to enhance and modify your images.


InShot, mentioned earlier as a video editing app, can also be used for editing and enhancing your images.

Writing Tools :

If you are not a professional writer, do not worry. There are so many free tools out there to check your grammar, sentence formation, rewrite content etc.


Grammarly is an online writing assistant that checks your grammar, spelling, and punctuation, providing suggestions for improvement.


Quillbot is a writing tool that can help you rephrase sentences and improve the readability of your content.

Portent Title Maker

Portent Title Maker generates catchy and engaging blog post titles to inspire your writing.

Headline Analyzer

Headline Analyzer is a tool that evaluates the quality and effectiveness of your blog post headlines, providing insights for improvement.

Post production

After creating your content and posting it, you may need to constantly track the performance of your content.

Performance analysis tools

These tools will tell you which content has more views, more engagement, likes etc. This helps you compare all your content and produce more of what the audience needs.

Google Analytics

Google Analytics provides detailed insights into your website’s performance, including traffic sources, audience demographics, and user behavior.

You may need to connect your site for free to google analytics to track your performance.

You can track the keywords you are ranking for, audience insights etc from google analytics and google search console.

Google Search Console helps you monitor your website’s presence in Google search results, providing data on keyword rankings, click-through rates, and indexing issues.

Email marketing

After creating your content, you may need to send mail to your followers to inform them about your new post.

You first need to collect your followers’ email address while signing up and then mail them on regular basis.

You can do this with sites like


Mailchimp is an email marketing platform that allows you to collect email addresses, create email campaigns, and send newsletters to your subscribers.


Getresponse is an all-in-one online marketing platform that includes email marketing features, automation, and landing page creation.

Social media marketing

You can also publish a teaser of your blog posts on the groups in :








These social media platforms can be used to promote your blog posts and engage with your audience by sharing teasers and links to your content.

Auto scheduler

If you need to post your articles automatically, you can make use of these auto scheduler sites like


Social Champ








These tools provide auto-scheduling features, allowing you to schedule and automate the posting of your blog articles on social media platforms. Social Champ is the best here, as it allows 3 accounts per person and unlimited posts, whereas other platforms will have more limitations.

You also have default scheduling features in sites Pinterest, Quora etc.

Make money

You can make money by affiliate marketing. Find products and link relevant products in your blog post. You can do this by signing up on websites like

Amazon associates




CPA lead

CPA grip

These are affiliate marketing platforms where you can sign up and find relevant products to promote in your blog posts, earning commissions for any sales generated through your affiliate links.

These are the few tools I have used so far, and I will soon meet you with more new finds and detailed lists.

About Post Author

Resources & Links

My Trading Youtube Channel

Investopedia – Reference

Tradingview – Charting Platform

Notion – Trading journal

Quizzes for Traders

Quick calculators for traders

Swing RRR calculator

Zerodha – Trading brokerage platform (India)

CoinDCX – Crypto Platform


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