When it comes to free resources, the internet has been our savior for decades now.

However, when it comes to resources for the internet, there are plenty of crap out there which we all need to filter through to get relative information.

A simple google search about web hosting tips and tricks will land you in front of more than 21,00,000 results and you’ll feel lost after going through just 10 of them.

We are here to your rescue. In this blog, we’ll list out top 10 free resources about blogging you need to have in your bookmark tab:

1. WordPress

You are not a blogger if you don’t know what WordPress is. WordPress is a free (and premium for better features) blogging platform whose market share in Content Management System is around 60% globally. If you want a third party host then you can go to managed hosting and check their offers.

2. Hubspot

Source: Hubspot

Being a top-notch CRM, HubSpot has already taken the market by storm. It also has some of the most amazing free blogging resources such as pre-designed templates, free e-books, infographics, and webinar videos.

3. Pixabay

Free stock images are difficult to find but not impossible. Pixabay is probably the largest free stock pictures distributor which allow millions of users to be able to blog with free images. In this world of legal battles, you don’t want to be found at the receiving end of a copyright infringement because you used images without proper attribution. Pixabay allows users to use they’re imaged without attribution too.

3. Yoast – SEO


Yoast SEO plugin for WordPress is something you wouldn’t want to miss. If you install this plugin on your WordPress blog, all of your SEO needs will be single-handedly taken care of Yoast’s amazing features. From providing space for filling out meta details of every blog post to make your blog SEO friendly, this takes care of everything.

4. Canva


Canva is a graphics platform where you can design free banners, infographics, logos, social media thumbnails, WordPress banners, and customized pictures of your own. You don’t need to be a graphic designer to be able to use this platform. It is so user-friendly that even a beginner in computers can use it without having any issue.

5. Grammarly


Grammarly is a free grammar checking tool which can be integrated into your WordPress blog. It checks instantly for grammatical errors, spelling mistakes, wrong sentence formation. If you are a blogger who publishes articles on a regular basis, this tool can be very useful as it saves a lot of time while proof-reading.

6. Google Analytics

A blogger needs to keep an eye on their visitors. Having a proper knowledge of the individual performances of your blog articles, you won’t be able to know what’s working with your audience and what’s is clearly being ignored. Google analytics helps you to track down some of the most important ranking matrices like the number of visitors you are having – updated on daily basis, comparison charts, Bounce off rates, visitors’ demographics, and much more.

7. Buffer


A blog needs to be regular on providing content. It doesn’t matter if you are going on a vacation and your blog won’t have fresh content for weeks. Buffer helps you to schedule the posts on social media platforms according to the time and date you set. If also helps in tracking down the performances of your blog posts on different social media platforms like Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn etc.

8. Neil Patel Blogs


Neil Patel is the co-founder of Crazy Egg and he also writes amazing blog posts on blogging tips, conversions tricks, email marketing tips, and other online marketing techniques. Many of his readers have adopted his methodologies and found success with their respective blogs.

9. BuzzSumo


BuzzSumo is really is sumo in the content industry. If you need to find which type of content is working for the masses, for free, there is no better place than Buzzsumo. Buzzsumo helps in finding the most trending social media topics. Also, you can find out the number of links that are pointing to your competitor’s content

10. Coschedule’s Headline Analyzer

Source: Coschedule’s Headline Analyzer

Your headline should be well optimized, not only for the SEO purposes, but for e-mail marketing, social media campaigns, and psychological impacts on visitors to your site. Each one of these things and probably much more can be analyzed by this Coschedule’s Headline Analyzer.

These are the top 10 free resources which will make your blogging much better and save you ample time to just concentrate on your writing.