How to Boost Your Blog Content Engagement with 12 Online Tools

(Last Updated On: January 5, 2017)

You love writing, so you decided to start your own blog.

You’ve been reading awesome blogs for years, so you decided to make your own contributions to the online community.

That’s great!

However, your efforts should not be limited to writing posts and publishing them on a random schedule.

Making a blog successful takes a lot of work.

Don’t worry; we have a list of tools that will help you launch yourself among the most influential bloggers in your niche.

How to Boost Your Blog Content Engagement with 12 Online Tools

Content Creation Tools

This is where the magic starts.

You will always have readers as long as you write great content.

However, you need the right tools that will help you think of relevant topics and write posts that will attract and engage more readers.

  1. BuzzSumo

This is the perfect tool for discovering trending topics.

The interests of your target audience determine your success as a blogger.

When you serve information they have been looking for, you’ll boost your chances for success.

You can enter any topic or domain into the designated area, and you’ll get information on what content performs best.

When you see which posts got the greatest number of shares on different social media websites, you’ll realize what the focus of your next post should be.

  1. Tweak Your Biz Title Generator

If the title doesn’t attract attention, it won’t matter how awesome the post is.

This is an automated tool that enables you to generate awesome titles for blog posts and articles.

All you need to do is enter a noun or verb, and the generator will launch several titles in few categories: lists, best, how to, questions, motivation, and much more.

  1. Write My Essay

When you have to write a scheduled post, but you don’t have any idea where to start, this is the website you should turn to.

The professional writers of this service will help you write engaging content on any topic you could think of.

They provide assistance through all stages of the process, so you can hire them whenever you get stuck.

The direct communication system enables you to maintain contact with the expert and learn from his knowledge and experience.

  1. Canva

If you add a visual element to your blog posts, you’ll be able to attract more readers and increase their attention span.

Images are Cool! - How to Boost Your Blog Content Engagement with 12 Online Tools

Thanks to Canva, you don’t have to be an educated designer to achieve such results.

The tool helps you create presentations, posters, blog graphics, flyers, and other types of content through a very simple process.


If you explore the most successful blogs in different niches, you’ll realize that infographics are everywhere!

Online users love absorbing information through this type of content; infographics are fun, brief, and easy to follow.

Of course, you’ll need a proper tool to create an awesome infographic. is one of the best ones you can use.

It enables you to discover, promote, and share visual content. The Share feature is very important, since it can get yourinfographics viral!

Content Management Tools

The way you publish and manage your content is just as important as your talent and style.

These are the tools that will help you at this stage:

  1. CoSchedule

You can use this tool to plan your blog publishing schedule and marketing strategy.

Your readers will be expecting posts at a certain time, so you won’t make them happy if you publish a post whenever you feel inspiration for writing.

Successful blogging takes a lot of planning.

You can connect CoSchedule with Evernote, so you’ll be able to plan, create, publish, and share your content in the simplest manner.

  1. Hootsuite

Blogging is closely intertwined with social media activity.

You’ll need to be present on several social media websites in order to promote your content and attract a greater audience.

Such responsibility can easily consume more time than you’re willing to invest.

Thanks to Hootsuite, you can manage all social networks from one place. You can schedule messages, engage your friends and followers, and measure the results.

  1. Socedo

This is the most useful automated social media lead generation tool that’s currently available.

Socedo will discover the social prospects according to the criteria you provide.

When a much larger audience is talking about your blog, a greater number of new readers will start coming your way on a daily basis.

Content Promotion Tools

When content promotion is in question, the first tools that come to your mind are Facebook, Google+, Twitter, LinkedIn, Pinterest, and other social media websites.

However, your marketing efforts should not be limited to these platforms.

There are tools that will help you drive traffic to your blog more effectively.

  1. Sniply

Sniply will attach a customized call to action to every link you share.

When you share content from other blogs, you will still bring people back to your own content.

How cool is that?

The tool will create a special link with the designated page and your call to action embedded inside.

You can share this link via email, social media websites, forums, etc.

  1. will first help you discover awesome content on the web.

When you discover a topic you think you can cover, the tool will offer great online publications that can support your fresh perspective.

Then, you can publish your new content with one click to your blog and social media profiles.

  1. StumbleUpon

When you have great content, StumbleUpon can be one of the most effective tools for its promotion.

When users like or stumble upon a particular page, it is put into the lineup; so many other users will see it when they are randomly searching for resources on a particular topic.

  1. Listly

With Listly, you can engage a great audience and bring more readers to your blog.

Lists are the essence of this platform.

You only need to connect your account with social media profiles, and then create a list related to the niche of your blog.

Who knows, maybe you’ll like Listly more than your usual blogging platform.

Wrapping it up

Remember: blog marketing is just as important as content creation.

If you don’t try to engage a larger audience, you won’t reach your entire potential as a blogger.

Start exploring the 12 tools listed above, and you’ll immediately notice the difference.




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About the Author:

Julie Petersen
Julie Petersen is a tutor and a blogger, who features the latest career and educational trends in her articles. At present time she is working on her first ebook dedicated to online learning. You may see Julie’s latest publications and contact her via Linkedin.”


  1. aAllan July 10, 2015 at 1:49 am - Reply

    Wow ! Outstanding tools. I have never heard of these before. Thanks for sharing. I have bookmarked this page for my reference. Gonna Utilize all these tools .!

    • Freddy G. Cabrera
      Freddy G. Cabrera July 11, 2015 at 11:57 pm - Reply

      Hi Allan!


      Julie shared some powerful tools to help out our blogging journey. 😀

      I’m happy you found this post valuable and helpful!

      Thank you for coming by and leaving a comment!

      Have a great week!

      I’ll see you around! 😉

    • Julie Petersen
      Julie Petersen July 13, 2015 at 1:40 am - Reply

      Allan, thank you! I’m glad you’ve found these tools helpful!

  2. Sunday July 10, 2015 at 2:44 am - Reply

    Hi Freddy,
    Its good that you shared the blog engagement tools that can be used for online success.

    Knowing the right tools to use will help you promote engagement with ease. It could save time, energy and money for the blogger.

    Personally, I have used some of these tools and I can affirm that they can be rightly applied to boost content engagement!

    I left this comment in where this post upvoted.

    • Freddy G. Cabrera
      Freddy G. Cabrera July 11, 2015 at 10:39 pm - Reply

      Hi Sunday!!

      These are some great and powerful tools Julie shared with us!!

      Yes, I agree with you – using the right tools online can save you a lot of time and extra work!

      Glad you found this post valuable, Sunday!

      Thank you for coming by and leaving a comment!

      Have a great week!

      I’ll see you around 😀

    • Julie Petersen
      Julie Petersen July 13, 2015 at 1:42 am - Reply

      Thank you for your words! I hope that these tools will upgrade your content marketing strategy!

  3. sherman Smith July 10, 2015 at 8:29 am - Reply

    Hey Julie,

    Nice list of tools to use to bring engagement back to your blog. I use three of these tools which are Buzzsumo, Coschedule, and sometimes Canva. Buzzsumo does a great job in helping you what topics and headlines to use for your next blog post and I only use the headline analyzer from Coschedule which gives you a lot of great details.

    I’m interested to find out more about and sniply. I’ve used info graphs on a couple of my post and my readers like them. It would be cool to create my own. Sniply sounds like it will push my engagement up another level which we all can use a little boost sometimes 😉

    Thanks for the share Julie! Have a great weekend!

    I found your post on under Blogging

    • Freddy G. Cabrera
      Freddy G. Cabrera July 11, 2015 at 10:31 pm - Reply

      Hey Sherman!

      Yeah, these are great tools to put in your blogging and marketing arsenal! 😉

      Julie shared some great tips here!

      I’m glad you found this post valuable and helpful man!

      Now is time to use these and take consistent action!

      Thank you for coming by and leaving a comment!

      Have a great week!

      I’ll see you around! 😀

    • Julie Petersen
      Julie Petersen July 13, 2015 at 1:44 am - Reply

      Sherman, thanks! Great that you’ve enjoyed the article! You should definitely find out more about, it allows you create awesome visual content.

  4. Siddaiah July 11, 2015 at 9:13 pm - Reply

    Hi Julie,

    These are really some good tools to use to increase blog engagement, at present I am using Buzzsumo, Canva, I don’t know about Sniply and Socedo.

    I will try to use these two tools in promoting my content, rest of the tools also very useful to increase our blog engagement, thank you very much for sharing the informtaion.

    • Freddy G. Cabrera
      Freddy G. Cabrera July 11, 2015 at 10:28 pm - Reply

      Hi Siddaiah!

      I’m glad you enjoyed the post and it is valuable and helpful to you! 🙂

      Thank you for coming by and leaving a comment!

      Have a great week!

      I’ll see you around!

    • Julie Petersen
      Julie Petersen July 13, 2015 at 1:45 am - Reply

      Thank you for your comment! You should try to use Sniply and Socedo then!

  5. metz July 12, 2015 at 1:23 am - Reply

    In my point of view, user engagement should be a major focal point for your blog. Your primary goal to keep your blog breathing is to encourage reader engagement more effective. Why? It is because the key to a successful blog is high engagement.

    We hate high bounce rate and it’s a bloggers or marketer’s job to diminish or trim it down.

    Using some practical tools to boost your blog content engagement is with no hesitation effective. Bloggers use them to abate the time consumed, but get the most out of the outcome.

    I’ve used some of the tools you’ve listed. Anyone can pick any from your list, I must say. They should consider first the tools that they REALLY need.

    Thanks for sharing!

    • Julie Petersen
      Julie Petersen July 13, 2015 at 1:47 am - Reply

      Thanks, Metz! Totally agree with your words. Let’s all use these tools, save our time and money, and achieve better results!

  6. Nikhil July 16, 2015 at 1:49 pm - Reply

    I am really honored to read this post. The Tweak Your Biz Title Generator is really a cool resource to generate tiles. Currently, I am experimenting with the sniply. Let’s see what happened. You became my fav blogger on kingged.

    Thanks for sharing……..

    • Freddy G. Cabrera
      Freddy G. Cabrera July 20, 2015 at 11:24 am - Reply

      Hey Nikhil!!

      Yes, that is a great and very useful tool, for sure! 🙂

      I’m glad you enjoy my work and the knowledge I share brother!

      No problem!

      Thank you for coming by and leaving a comment!

      Have a great week! 😀

      • Nikhil October 12, 2015 at 5:01 am - Reply

        I have tried the sniply. It’s a great tool to get traffic to our blog. I am linking the most effective articles of my blogs and it is getting back visitors to my blog. do you use it when you share any link?

        • Freddy G. Cabrera
          Freddy G. Cabrera October 12, 2015 at 2:16 pm - Reply

          Hi Nikhil!

          That is great to hear man!

          I, personally, do not use this tool. Not at the moment, at least.

          But I can see its potential! 😉

          Thanks for coming by and leaving a comment brother!

          Keep up the great work!

          Cheers! 😀

  7. Ivan Bayross July 21, 2015 at 12:18 am - Reply

    Hi Julie / Freddy,

    Hence your Blog post title drew me in to read its content. Me first, and everyone else wants Blog post engagement. Without Blog post engagement we Bloggers are like performers without an audience.

    You’ve rightly said that it’s the interests of your target audience which determine your success as a Blogger. Hence, using BlogSumo to identify what your target audience is really interested in and then delivering a great Blog post on the same (or parallel) subject is definitely a great way to get engagement.

    Using Tweak Your Biz Title Generator to churn out arresting / engaging Blog post headlines is something I just did not know about. I hopped across and test ran it. Wow! the output was staggering. Thanks, owe you both a cold one on this. Ever think of coming to India I’d be happy to pay off?

    I’ve been using Canva for some time now to create my Blog post header images. I also use Picasa. I find Picasa a little simpler to use than Canva. My only crib is that when you use Picasa most of my Blog header look boringly similar. Probably I need to learn how to get the very best out of Picasa.

    The list of tools you’ve provided is exhaustive. Everything a serious Blogger must have.

    A beautifully researched and well laid out Blog post Julie. Definitely a winner. I’m glad I had the opportunity to read through it.

    I came to your site from a link on shared on kingged by Freddy.

    • Freddy G. Cabrera
      Freddy G. Cabrera July 21, 2015 at 3:26 pm - Reply

      Hi Ivan!

      Blog post engagement is very important for the success of the blog! … that is for sure!

      I’m glad you found something very valuable here, Ivan! …

      Julie shared some great tools that bloggers need to check out and utilize.

      Having the right tools, on your blogging tool belt, can make a big difference in the results you get online!

      There is no doubt about that! 😉

      Creating cool images for your blog posts is a great idea. I do that a lot myself. But I use Photoshop, because I love it, and because I know how to work with it very well! lol

      Thanks you for coming by and leaving a comment, Ivan!

      Have a great week! 😀

  8. Sonam Asrani August 9, 2015 at 2:06 pm - Reply

    Hi Julie/Freddy,

    This is one the great posts I have read so far. All of the tools you have mentioned are very useful for a blogger. I was recently looking for a tool like HootSuite, where I can manage all my social platforms together. Because, Its very time consuming to manage all the social platforms at one time.

    I have heard about BuzzSumo before but have not given it a try yet. But, since I’m reading about it again and again, thinking to try it now. Thanks for sharing such a wonderful post. All of the tools are equally important and worth giving a try. 🙂

    • Freddy G. Cabrera
      Freddy G. Cabrera August 9, 2015 at 10:00 pm - Reply

      Hey Sonam!!

      I’m glad you found this post valuable! 🙂

      Julie shared some helpful tools here! ..

      BuzzSumo is a very powerful tool, that can be very beneficial to your blogging plans, if you really take the time to learn how to use it.

      You should definitely give some of these a try!

      Thanks for coming by and leaving a comment!

      Have a great week! 😀

  9. Jen August 18, 2015 at 7:23 am - Reply

    Thank you for the valuable post. I already use several of these tools but many of them are new to me and I’m anxious to try them. I’ve been looking for tools like and CoSchedule to streamline my work and help me be more productive and efficient.

  10. Tamas Torok November 26, 2015 at 7:56 am - Reply

    Great list Julie! Thanks for collecting these tools. I have never heard about Socedo.

    I frequently use Coschedule’s headline analyser, which scores your headline and suggest changes to make it better:

    I also use Buffer ( for scheduling social media posts and Maya ( for optimising and increasing social traffic.

  11. Christina Lynn December 6, 2015 at 5:22 am - Reply

    Hi Freddy,
    Great collection of online blogging tools you listed in this post! Really, in blogging journey we high need these online tools to do our blogging task effectively. Among some of these tools, i was not aware of Canva. It seems great tool to create infographics and so on. And, for better blogging surely we need to get in touch with such tools to make our work easy!

    However, thanks a lot for sharing this very useful post with us and keep it up!

    Christina Lynn

    • Freddy G. Cabrera
      Freddy G. Cabrera December 7, 2015 at 1:18 pm - Reply

      Hi Christina!

      Yess, we should do things in a smart way, when we are building our blogs online!

      I am glad that you found this blog post helpful! .. and yes, the Canva Tool is awesome for graphics! 😉

      Thank you for coming by and leaving a comment!

      Keep up the great work 😀

      Have an awesome week!

      I’ll see you around …