5 Best Free Productivity Tools for Bloggers

Everyone wants to be productive, right?

Well, here I’m to talk about 5 really useful productivity tools for bloggers using which you can skyrocket your blogging experience.

These tools will help you from managing your time to writing and publishing your blog posts.

So, without further ado, let’s get started…

Best Productivity Tools for Bloggers

  1. Grammarly
  2. Hemingway Editor
  3. Canva
  4. Buffer
  5. Ubersuggest

So, Let’s get to all this one by one…

1. Grammarly

Content is the King.

You must be agreeing with me on that.

Grammarly Productivity Tool

Grammarly is one of my favorite tools. It doesn’t let you commit a single grammatical or spelling mistake while you write or create content for your blogs, emails, or social media.

It comes as a Google Chrome Extension, Windows Desktop App, Android App, or Microsoft Office Add On which all have the same job – never let you commit a single mistake.

2. Hemingway Editor

Hemingway Editor is an app that helps you write better and makes it easier to understand.

Hemingway Editor Productivity Tool

It just optimizes and improves your writings and helps you write in a simple, with fewer adverbs & flowery language.

The web version of this app is completely free while you need to pay for the desktop app version.

3. Canva

Do you too spend too much time creating graphics for your social media and blog?

Canva Productivity Tool

Well, Canva is a great solution for creating amazing eye-catching graphics for your blog posts and social media in very little time.

You won’t have to pay graphic designers or for costly tools; Canva is completely free with some great features.

It is available as a web app and android app too. The free version itself does work best for me.

4. Buffer

Going through all your social media accounts one by one and posting content is a kind of boring and time taking, right?

Buffer Productivity Tool

Well, here’s a web app called Buffer, using which you can manage all your social media accounts under one dashboard in a very easy and interactive way.

The free version allows you to manage your Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram accounts. If you want to add more accounts to the dashboard then you will have to go for the premium version.

5. Ubersuggest

Ubersuggest is a great keyword research tool that is completely free to use and has a lot of useful features that even most paid keyword research tools don’t have.

Ubersuggest Productivity Tool

Earlier, Ubersuggest used to be a paid tool but now Neil Patel has bought this and made it free for all.

It’s a completely free web-based tool.

Final Words

These aren’t enough. There are a bunch of apps and tools which can supercharge your workflow and make you more productive.

I personally use all the apps mentioned here in order to be more productive.

If you want to add any app to the list, let me know in the comments.

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  1. Bikash Kampo says:

    Really very productive apps, I have not used the Hemingway App. Will check how is it useful to me. Others I have been using for quite a long time. Really good information. thanks for sharing. It would be great if you can share something related to managing the tasks or keep track of the daily work.

    1. Thanks for your kind words, Bikash.

      You made my day.

      I’ll surely consider your request in my next article.