Top 10 Sites Every Blogger Should Know

As we all know, it’s not easy to start a blog and maintain it. There are so many bloggers out there you might like, that have inspired you to make your own blog. However, there’s just so many factors involved when it comes to keeping your blog running smoothly.

I have bookmarked a bunch of really useful sites that often help streamline my blogging processes and speed up my work. Here is the inside scoop on which ones you may want to pay attention to.
The Top Ten
1 CopyCrafter

CopyCrafter is a lifesaver if you need to hire talented, native English-speaking writers. The team at CopyCrafter will help you craft and create detailed, original texts. Their service is top-notch, and they use only the best copywriters, bloggers, and writers.

Besides creating original copy, they also help with editing or proofreading your existing work. If you're too tied down with your blog content, CopyCrafter will come to the rescue and help you complete your blogging work.

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2 Evernote

Install Evernote on your computer, on your device, or access it via a webpage. With Evernote, you can make notes to keep everything organized. I can have one note for my to-do list, one for useful web links, and another for books and articles that might inspire me. If you want to keep your information organized, Evernote is perfect.

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3 Copyblogger

More than likely, you've seen this site before. I've spent a lot of time here learning how to improve my blog and my writing. Learn to write compelling content at Copyblogger, and check the sample list for blogs if you're still unsure. No matter what kind of content you're creating, it's a great tool for all bloggers.

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4 Quora

It's wonderful that Quora works in a question-and-answer format, allowing you to see questions from real people in your audience. Answering readers personally will appeal to them and add that personal touch they might be missing. The upvoting feature lets you see how many readers are interested in the answer to a question, helping you prioritize which ones to respond to first.

5 Portent’s Content Idea Generator

I've personally had trouble coming up with good topics, or I've thought of something but just can't put it together. Drop a topic into this idea generator to find eye-catching titles for your blog or great ideas to build upon. If you're not satisfied, it'll provide you with another title quickly. Let it help your creativity or offer tips on what style or format to write in.

6 Blogging Basiсs 101

Use this site to get all the tips you need to improve traffic, attract more people, and run your blog more smoothly. It's helped me understand the daily problems I have with my blog so I can keep everything in perfect working order. Let it provide you with the tips and tools to solve all your problems and make your blogging life easier.

7 Hemingway App

Be sure to bookmark Hemingway App, as it can help your writing flow better for easier reading. If you often feel your sentences are too long and overly sophisticated, this app will quickly and clearly point out areas for improvement. Simply copy your work and paste it into this app. It will evaluate your work and highlight the sentences you can simplify.


It is a great website and tool that will help you correct all grammatical mistakes. If you opt for the paid version, it will recommend keyword replacements. We use this tool for regular blogging on our website


Let's face it: writing is difficult, and you might get tired of doing blogs and posts every day. It certainly wears me out sometimes, which is why I started using occasionally. As a full-time blogger, it is perfect for translating talk to text. Use it to keep your blog sounding like an actual conversation or to assist with your ideas if you have writer's block.

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