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Hey! I'm Sophie, I'm 22 and live in Leicester.

You can usually find me at a gig in the photo pit or shopping for another new outfit which definitely won't fit in my wardrobe.

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3 Useful Blogging Tools To Make Your Life Easier

I wrote a blog post a while ago about the top free apps all bloggers should have. Since then, I've found a few websites that I think will be really useful for you bloggers reading this. Finding content to write about can be so hard, as is taking photos. So to save you the trouble, I'm going to tell you about these three websites you're going to like LOVE!

Photo by from Pexels

HubSpot's Blog Ideas Generator

HubSpot's Blog Ideas Generator is a great little thing that you can use when you've got a bit of writers block. All you do is type one, two or three words into the boxes and it will come up with five blog post ideas that you could write about. These will need a little grammatical adjusting but it'll give you enough ideas to tie you over with.

Answer The Public

This is a website where you can find all of the most asked questions about certain topics. A great way to improve your Google ranking. If I was to type, I don't know, let's say hair into this generator, it will come up with hundreds of frequently asked questions. Why, how, what, where, if. They're all there. Answer The Public is a fab site to gain some ideas for blog posts that would generate some attention.

Photo by Lisa Fotios from Pexels


Pexels is a website where you can find stock photos for free. Yes...for FREE. Photographers basically upload their images that you can use for personal or commercial uses. It's preferred that you credit the photographer but you can edit this photos in any way you want; crop, change colours, add things, up the contrast. There are some great photos on there and I'll be using this website more often. it can be so hard to get photos for some posts so this is a really useful website.

These are my blogging holy grails at the moment and I hope you find them useful too!

Do you have any apps or websites that you find useful for blogging?

Until nest time...

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  1. This is a very helpful post.


  2. Definetely going to look into these websites, especially the idea generator as I always seem to have writers block! xx

    1. It's such a great tool, I'd say that Answer The Public can get your cogs turning a bit better x

  3. We now humbly adopt your blogging holy grails as ours. Your blog is on that list too!

  4. Nice article,it's such a great tool i really like this tool.After depending on it for years, I’ve come to feel that yoast comes with so much I don’t want. If I didn’t know any better, I’d say they just release more functions to get you to upgrade but they don’t actually make my writing ranks. I really prefer Ink for All and how it understands how Google's algorithms rank content


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