5 Top Productivity Tools That Will Change How You Blog
03Aug

5 Top Productivity Tools That Will Change How You Blog

About the Author

Lilach Bullock

Highly regarded on the world speaker circuit, Lilach has graced Forbes and Number 10 Downing Street. She’s a hugely connected and highly influential entrepreneur. Listed in Forbes as one of the top 20 women social media power influencers and was crowned the Social Influencer of Europe by Oracle. She is listed as the number one Influencer in the UK by Career Experts and is a recipient for a Global Women Champions Award for her outstanding contribution and leadership in business.

  • Debbie Capeci

    Thanks for this list – I’m definitely going to check out Pocket because I always have so much more to read than I have time for in one sitting! I also agree about Canva as a time-saving design tool. I have used it often and it is so easy to use. Another tool I found to be helpful is Venngage, which makes creating infographics a snap because of all the templates they have – great visuals definitely lead to more reader engagement. Thanks again!

  • Ann

    Great list. I love pocket for saving links across multiple devices (easier than evernote which I found so confusing). I’ll look into trello (I still use manual written planner).

    Anna
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  • Makenzie Kublin

    Thanks for the list! I’ll definitely have to start looking into trello and see if it can help me with my blogging tasks. I also have started using Canva and I love it! It really has turned some of my pins into more attractive, better-looking pins that people are more likely to click on.

  • Divya

    I’d like to suggest ProofHub for remote workers productivity. ProofHub is web based project management software to improve communication, collaboration and streamline management of projects. https://www.proofhub.com/