We all know that food blogging is not an easy thing. There are lots of things to deal with, such as good quality photographs to use, finding new topics, content promotion to make your blog reach thousands of people, and so on.

To make these all things effortless, quick, and effective; you need some sort of tools that makes your food blogging journey easy.

Thus, we have come up with the 9 best tools that will make life easier for food bloggers.

So, let’s dive right in!

 

To get loved by Google, your blog should be SEO Friendly. You can use Ubersuggest to find out keywords that are less competitive and high in search volume. It’s a free tool for keyword research, you can search up to 10 to 15 times. You’ll get 10 keyword ideas in 1 search.

You can even figure out what content to create for your next food blog using Ubersuggest’s Content Idea generator.

 

As the name suggests, this tool will help you find high-quality food pictures that are royalty-free images. Foodiesfeed is a collection of beautiful natural-looking pictures of food that can be downloaded for free.

Food photographers from all over the world share the photographs they take. So, there’s no need to pay for a professional photo.

 

You might have heard this name somewhere. This is a well-known tool for creating all sorts of images with inbuilt templates. This helps a lot to a food blogger, for example, to create a design for your social media such as Instagram post/story, Facebook post/cover, blog banner/graphic, YouTube thumbnail, and the list goes on.

Canva is loaded with thousands of food design templates, which will assist you in preparing your creative in mere minutes.

 

You have got the picture that you would like to use in your food blogging site, but now comes the most interesting part - editing it. 

Lightroom is literally the gold standard in photo editing. It has an easy user interface, also it’s highly effective in fixing things such as exposure, white balance, etc. Adjust the lighting, contrast, highlights, shadows, clarity, etc. to enhance your photo. You can easily save your favorite adjustments in the form of presets and use them whenever you want in a single click.

 

RecurPost is a social media management tool that will help you in scheduling posts beforehand. As a blogger, you need to make sure that you post right content at the right time on your social media profiles. RecurPost will help you in knowing the best time schedules to post and its content calendar will let you organize and plan properly.  It provides a lot of amazing features such as RSS feed integration, white label reports, team management, recurring updates, advanced editorial calendar, and a lot more. It also has an app that lets you manage all things on the go.

 

  • YouTube Analytics: 

If you have your YouTube channel then YouTube analytics is not the feature to skip. You can upload your latest recipe video or even you can review food that you have had somewhere.

You can interact with millions of people, it is the best thing about YouTube. With YouTube Analytics, you can see the insights, and know about your audience demographics, location, the device used to watch your videos, traffic source, and a lot more.

 

If your website is built on Wordpress platform then Yoast SEO is the plugin you need. This plugin helps you to boost your SEO content by helping you set a keyphrase and telling you precisely how to rank your content with that keyphrase.

It also helps you make your content readable by offering suggestions that you can easily integrate into your own style of writing.

 

My Recipe Magic is a perfect platform to submit food recipes, making personalized cookbooks, menus, shopping lists, showing nutritional values, earning extra income, and bringing more traffic to your blog.

 

 

 

Mailchimp is a tool that helps you to build and manage email lists, newsletters, automated campaigns, etc. It has a free plan available that allows you to send 12000 emails monthly to upto 2000 subscribers. This is great when you are just starting with your blog and building your subscribers list.

Summing up,

Apart from using these tools to increase your productivity, you should also try some ways to increase the reach of your blog. Join Facebook groups, attend food blogging webinars, take part in online food blogging conferences, use interactive Instagram filters to make content shareable, and listen to food blogging podcasts to get productivity tips for your website!