18 Free Online Tools to Get People to Read Your Blog

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How to get people to read your blog?

So now that you have a blog and you have a business to market to your audience: How to get people to read your blog? How do you get traffic to your blog? You have great content that is useful, easy to read and specific to your audience…now what? Do you just sit back and wait and hope for the best? NO! To simplify things, I have put together a list of free and useful tools that will help get people to read your blog.

1. Google Keyword Planner

Google Keyword Planner is the best free tool to use to find keywords to use on your blog. You can search for a keyword and find better keyword ideas as well as build a list of keywords to use on your blog.


2. Quora

Quora is a question and answer site where you can go to answer many questions relating to your blog or products. You can add links to your blog posts as an informational resource in your answers. It doesn’t take too long to answer questions especially when it relates to your niche. You can also use Quora to get new content ideas. Research a keyword to find popular questions then create fresh new content for your blog.

google trends

3. Google Trends

Use these three free tools to research what’s trending on and in high demand. Google Trends is a great resource to find out what’s trending now. Read top blog posts on Feedly and learn what they are doing to drive traffic to their blogs. You can search for articles that receive the most social shares. Get content ideas from your research to use for new blog posts. There is a daily limit for BuzzSumo’s free option. so know what you want to search for using Google Keyword Tool before starting your search.

4. Feedly


5. BuzzSumo

canva6. Canva

Canva is my personal favorite tool to create pictures for my blog. The majority of the pictures on my blog were created with Canva…and that’s all I have to say about that.
print friendly

7. Print Friendly

Print Friendly is an extension you can add to your browser and to your blog. Print Friendly will turn your blog post into a PDF file which you can then use as a free eBook download. You can also use your blog PDF to add to document sharing sites to drive more traffic to your blog.
TIP: Only use half of your blog PDF on doc sharing sites. Then direct visitors to your blog for the rest of the information.


8. Buffer

Buffer is a simple tool that you can use to manage your social media posts. To get people to read your blog, you have to be more active on social media. You can schedule your social media posts to multiple social media accounts. Buffer saves you time and helps to increase social media traffic to your blog. Buffer also has analytics to track how many people clicked on your links.
Google Analytics

9. Google Analytics

If you are online and have a blog or website, using Google Analytics is a must. It tracks clicks to your blog, where those clicks are coming from and how long those visitors stay on your blog. Google Analytics is THE best place to analyze your traffic building efforts.

10. Digg

Digg social bookmarking site which allows you to submit your blog content to its site. You can add the Digg plugin to your WordPress to allow your readers to share your amazing content.

StumbleUpon11. StumbleUpon

StumbleUpon is another social bookmarking site that can drive lots of traffic to your blog. Rule of thumb; bookmark other sites along with yours to spark more interest to your profile.

Google plus12. Google+

Google+ has a huge advantage over other social media sites because it is linked to Google. Google is the best search engine ever and Google loves its own products. Google uses a complex search algorithm that gives higher priority to those search results that are located on Google+.

hemingway13. Hemingway Editor

Hemingway Editor is a great tool to use to help you to make your writing easier to read for your readers. Having an article that is easy to read and flows smoothly helps your SEO and makes it easier to share.

google alerts14. Google Alerts

Google Alerts is a tool that not too many people know about but it is a powerful tool. Use Google Alerts to receive regular emails about whatever topic you choose. By doing this, you will receive alerts from Facebook, videos, newspaper articles or what evert you want to receive. You will stay up to date on trends and be the first to comment on new blog posts if you choose to do so.
TIP: Comment on other blog posts and leaving a link back to your blog is a great way to drive more traffic to your blog. Even better if you are the first commentator.

google webmaster tools15. Google Webmaster Tools

Google Webmaster is a necessity! The first thing you need to do is submit you’re your website. Then you can use all Google Webmaster Tools. Use it to improve your search presence, find band links on your site, check crawls errors and so much more.

SumoMe16. SumoMe

SumoMe is a suite of apps that you can use to get free traffic to your blog, get more social media shares and find out what your visitors are doing once they get to your blog all for free. We love free J SumoMe also has a WordPress plugin to make it easier to add to your plug.

WordPress17. WordPress

WordPress is the best content management system to use for your blog. There are many plugs and themes you can use for free. Every tool on this list is compatible with WordPress. Get it and use it.

all inone seo pack for WordPress18. All in One SEO Pack for WordPress

The All in One SEO Pack is a simple to use SEO plugin for WordPress that optimizes your blog. It helps you to write better titles, meta description and keywords for your blog posts.

Natalia’s Storm’s Conclusion

Time is money. It takes a lot of time to write a great blog post and of course you want to get people to read your blog. On top of that, you want your amazing content to reach as many people as possible. You started a blog to become a successful blogger and provide value to your readers. You want to share your knowledge with the world. I have provided you with 18 FREE tools to get people to read your blog by driving traffic to your blog. I hope that I have provided YOU with value. I ask that you use these tools now and share your knowledge to as many people as you can.

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21 thoughts on “18 Free Online Tools to Get People to Read Your Blog

  • January 16 at 10:15 pm

    You gave out some really good resources that people should start using. I love Quora and the other one is Viral Content Bee.

  • December 14 at 9:32 am

    Great list Natalia! I use almost all of those but you introduced me to Hemingway Editor, I might just give it a try this week.

  • June 28 at 6:30 am

    Hi Nalalia, nice list of tools. I’ve heard of most but not Hemingway Editor or print friendly. It is amazing just how many tools are out there for us to spread our blogs further out outline. I would add Flipboard to your list as well 🙂 Thanks for sharing!

  • May 28 at 11:44 am

    I am definitely going to have to try Hemingway Editor and Sumome. Very inclusive list, Natalia! Great resource 🙂 Thanks!

  • March 6 at 1:48 pm

    Thanks. Seems I’m good with these tools, but I do need to check out SumoMe

    • March 7 at 1:40 pm

      SumoMe is fabulous. Super simple to use and integrates with many autorepsonders!

  • March 3 at 9:42 pm

    What a comprehensive list. So many that I haven’t used before. I’ll be book marking this site! Thank you.

    • March 3 at 9:47 pm

      You are very welcome Kenny. Thank you for reading 😉

  • March 3 at 8:47 pm

    These Are Super Fantastic Free tools for us Bloggers!! Im going to check out Hemingway now!! Thanks lady!

    • March 3 at 9:27 pm

      You are very welcome 🙂 I tend to be a long winded writer and Hemingway shuts that down!

  • March 3 at 7:57 pm

    I’ve been around a bit and there’s some stuff on here that’s new to me! Going to check it out!

    • March 3 at 9:28 pm

      Awesome! Love to hear it 🙂

    • March 3 at 9:29 pm

      Thank you lots!

  • March 3 at 6:19 pm

    Awesome tools you mentioned here Natalia! I’m using quite a few of these myself for my blog, but my favorite by far is still Buffer. I’ve actually just published an in-depth tutorial on how to use Buffer (literally 20 minutes ago lol), you might want to check it out. 🙂

    • March 3 at 9:32 pm

      I did glance over that post on the feed, I will head over there tomorrow 🙂


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