This are the Blogging tools we use here in whitehat method website.
Niche Finding Tools
If you went StumbleUpon and didn’t find everything you need here are a few more great sources.
- Barnes & Noble – Just a Huge list of book categories, this is one of my most favorite places to find a niche ideas is at the book store. Well, this is probably the most extensive list of categories you’ll find without having to actually visit a bookstore.
- Udemy — they have a lots of high quality courses on a variety of topics. If people are willing to purchase a course about it. Chances are its pretty popular topic. You’ll come up with a lot of ideas browsing through their courses. Go through different categories and skim through what type of topics people are creating courses on. It’s a great way to grab any ideas for your niche website.
- RedditList – Ever wonder what the hottest trending topics and sub-reddits are on the reddit. This website shows you in real-time. Although a lot of Reddit’s, sub-reddits are not niche website topics, you’ll often come up with some ideas browsing what’s trending.
- To analyze keyword we’re going to use Google’s Keyword Planner.
- You can also use other software like Long Tail Pro
Quality Images Provider
Free Competition analysis is Google search
You can also this if you have a budget for it
Freelance sites you can use are:
Textbroker is pretty much the same as Writer, but you’ll get a lot higher quality. It’s what I’ve been using recently for some of my Pillar Posts and they’re ranking quite well without me having to do much editing.
- 1. Yeast SEO
Yeast SEO is one of many SEO plugins out there for WordPress. In my opinion, it’s the best one.
SumoMe is a free plugin that, once installed, gives you a bunch of free tools to grow your website’s trafﬁc and email list.
- W3 Total Cache
The plugin that increases your site speed a TON. The difference is like night and day. This is because this plugin creates separate html ﬁles of your pages and leads that instead of dynamically generating content from PHP that WordPress uses.