Undoubtedly the battle of the success of a blog or any website in general is played in the attractiveness, added value, originality and, ultimately, the quality of its contents.

But equally is that there is already a lot of free content out there, it is increasingly difficult to highlight if you have not yet reached a high visibility and probably do not count for a long time to develop your content.

So, what can you do about this? One of the best solutions is to get more out of your time. Practically nobody works optimally and there is always room for improvement.

How to make more visual content

Good images can improve content to unsuspected limits. A very simple post that earns a lot thanks to its images, both the header and those that have been included throughout the text is a post done correctly.

This effect generally occurs to a greater or lesser extent with any content and therefore it is more than advisable to use them wherever possible. So we’ll start here. In recent years have also come many services in the cloud, both free and paid, with which you can make authentic content even if you have no idea of design. So, without further ado, here is a list of tools that you can use for effective content development:

1. Easel.ly

Using computer graphics is a way to make content more attractive and enjoyable. Easel.ly is a free tool to create infographics that is very simple to use, but allows nevertheless to achieve very worthy results. In addition, it has a series of infographics already made that you can simply modify to suit your needs.

2. Canva

Canva is a relatively recent online design tool. It is ideal for profanes who want to create designs and can really achieve precious things without the knowledge of professional tools. Applied to the contents of a blog, you can do, for example, headers with attractive designs to integrate them into landing pages, widgets or whatever you can imagine.

It all starts with the choice of the design template that best suits your need: a graphic for a blog, a poster, a business card, an invitation, an A4 document, a presentation, a Facebook header and other things.

The possibilities are very powerful and yet it is simple to use. You only pay when you use payment images ($ 1 each), but there are plenty of free high quality options. Overall, the tool is truly outstanding.

3. Tin Eye

If you want to use images in your blog or your website, it is not enough to simply take them from Google because they are generally protected by copyright against unauthorized use by third parties (you in this case.)

The really problematic thing about this is that you cannot always trust the images supposedly free (Creative Commons, etc.) since the sites that host them often do not usually make strict controls of what users upload.

Well, if you want to avoid trouble, Tin Eye helps you not to mess up because it allows to trace the use of that image throughout the web. That is, it lists you the webs where you find it (or variants) and that will give you interesting clues about a possible commercial origin of that image. The good thing is, in addition, that recognizes it really well, even after being manipulated (cropped, changes of color, etc.).

4. Free image banks

An interesting way to locate free images is to use free image banks. There are many that are there and the more you know, the better because you will access a larger image background.

5. Compfight

Another excellent way to find free images is to use Compfight, one of the best Creative Commons image viewers available and is highly recommended.

6. Iconfinder and FindIcons

Iconfinder and FindIcons are two specialized icon finders that count together with no fewer than 800,000 icons, many free and/or free.

7. Awesome Screenshot

There are few occasions where you come across one or several images that are a screenshot of a web page or something else in post. Awesome Screenshot is a very handy tool that allows you to capture screenshots directly from the browser (Chrome, FireFox or Safari are supported).

8. Toodledo

Toodledo is a web application that implements a task manager that is very simple to use, but more than enough for what you may need as a blogger.

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Torrie works a senior writer for one of the best Buy Coursework on the internet. With Coursework Writers, she helps students who are looking for services and she enjoys writing about social media.

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