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Gimp is a graphics creator, similar to Canva.
You can retouch photos, crop, resize, add effects and much more.
It can get quite complex so keep Canva in your back pocket for quick photo creation. I like to use Gimp to resize pictures to exact specifications (by pixel) and for quick cropping.
SumoMe is a WordPress plugin that offers analytics, email, sharing, traffic, communication, and ecommerce tools. It really is an all-in-one SUPER TOOL.
You don’t have to utilize all of their functions. I love using the Heatmaps, List Buider, Welcome Mat, Content Analytics, Share, Discover Traffic, and Content Form features.
These are my most frequently used FREE tools that help me run my blog. Now, if you have money to invest, behold this list of SUPER INCREDIBLE paid tools. Some of these pay for themselves pretty quickly with the time you’ll save and/or money you’ll make!
PAID BLOG TOOLS
HOW TO TURN YOUR BLOG INTO A SIX-FIGURE MONEY MACHINE by Sarah Titus
This ebook is legit! At just $2.99 (last time I checked), this is a small investment for learning SO MUCH about the blogging world and how to effectively monetize your blog. So many great nuggets of information wrapped up into an easy to read e-book at under 5 bucks! Highly recommended.
I heard about BluChic a LONG, LONG time ago.
I told myself then that if I ever open a blog, I will turn to them for my theme. I have their Paisley theme on this blog by the way. They have the most pretty, feminine themes ever!
What’s more, you can customize to create any mood you desire for your blog: classic, minimal, bright, feminine, stark.
It’s super easy to install and even easier to customize.
Growing from 2,000 to 100,000 likes in 5 months. Who wouldn’t want to achieve that kind of growth?
This ebook will teach you the exact strategies that the author used to skyrocket her Facebook page. It’s a $20 investment but worth every single penny.