When surveyed, many answered, “sleep”.
Many answered, “time”.
Many others answered “technology”.
According to Neil Patel, blogging is adapting. You need to be up-to-date with new blogging tools.
The best part is you won’t have to worry about cost along with learning how to use these new blogging tools.
They are all free. Some of these tools may sound too good to be true, but not one of them costs anything. Since they are user-friendly and expedite your blogging tasks, they won’t even cost you time to use.
Presenting yourself for the world to see in a disheveled outfit is the equivalent of presenting a blog post for the world to see full of grammar mistakes.
You don’t have to be a linguist or a grammarian to ensure your post is rid of grammar errors.
Fortunately, free tools exist today to help you. Grammarly is one of those tools.
Blogger Pat Flynn recommends Grammarly. He calls it The spell-check tool I use, on steroids. Through my browser, anything I write automatically goes through their database of spelling and grammatical checks to make sure I write properly.
I have invited guest author Sofie van Nierop to explain why she uses Grammarly, the value it holds for other bloggers, and how to use the site.
The question presumes you are a content creator, of course.
Bloggers want traffic. It’s a fact plain and simple. Do they want time even more?
Suppose you could have both.
You can have both, by expediting your blogging tasks.
This post will explain how to save time on each part of your blog post using free, pre-designed templates.
Overwhelming, isn’t it?
You’re running a blog, and then you must promote it as well. Your 1,440 minutes a day aren’t enough.
You are not alone anymore. Tools exist to help you save time by simplifying your blogging.
Thanks to the evolution of technology, blogging is much easier than in years past.