11 Tools That Will Save You Time with Content Marketing

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Quality content marketing takes a lot of time and effort—there’s just no way around it.

But there are, of course, some marketers who accomplish more than others and in less time.

I’d like to see you become one of those efficient content marketers, if you’re not one already.

There are a few ways to become faster, and one of the best is to use tools.

There are a ton of tools out there—some good, some bad. Some save you time, but some may actually cost you time.

I’ve put together a list of 11 tools that I’ve tried at the very least or use on a regular basis.

Instead of having to test out a ton of tools, I hope you can take my word that these are quality tools that will save you time. This, coincidentally, will save you even more time. 

Get content ideas, fast

All content marketing begins with content. It’s in the name after all.

As you might know, a content idea can determine the success or failure of the content before you even start.

It’s important to get it right, and it’s a difficult thing to do.

Naturally, it can take a lot of time.

However, you can speed up the process significantly by using the tools in this section.

1. Feedly: One of the most popular techniques to come up with content ideas is to look at content being published on other popular blogs and then improve upon it or extend it.

What you might do is compile a list of blogs you really like and then visit them when you need to come up with a few ideas.

A huge waste of time.

Instead, use an RSS reader (Feedly is arguably the best), which allows you to collect all the posts published from multiple sources all in one place.

You can quickly scan the titles to see if any pique your interest and click through if you need to.

Once you add a bunch of sites to your new Feedly account, you’ll log in to a page like this:


If you visited those 7 blogs individually to find those posts, it would take at least a few minutes. Instead, it takes a few seconds.

That doesn’t sound like much, but it adds up over time.

To add a site to your account, type in a site name in the search bar:


That should bring up the site you’re looking for. Just click the little plus icon next to the blog name, and you’ll automatically have all its posts added to your feed as they’re published.


2. TrendSpottr: If you’re able to create content on a trending topic before competitors do, it’s good not only for your reputation but also for getting a lot of extra traffic.

Spotting trends isn’t easy even if you’re an expert in the field.

This tool focuses on spotting trending content, hashtags, phrases, and even influencers before everyone else catches on.


You might not be the first, but you’ll be way ahead of most of your competition.

It’s a simple tool to use. You pick a search term, e.g., “content marketing,” and then a label inside the tool, e.g., “trending influencers.” The tool then finds the most trending users who post about that subject.

Use the tool to build relationships with up and comers and to create content around trending phrases and hashtags.

Create better content, efficiently

The better your content is, the easier it will be to promote, and the better results you will get (traffic, conversions, etc.).

Tools can help you create higher quality content, and the best tools can help you do it faster as well.

I have a few tools here that you should give a try when the time is right.

3. Easel.ly: Creating images is one of the most time-consuming and expensive parts of creating great content.

Great images can turn good content into amazing content.

Easel.ly is a tool that allows even the design-challenged like me to create some fairly attractive infographics.

Of course, they don’t compare to the ones I get designed for hundreds of dollars, but if you need a decent infographic on a budget, give this tool a try.

To use it, create an account and then select a free template:


Next, you can click on any main element and change the text and alignment and even add shapes and backgrounds to it:


It’s designed to be as simple as possible, and you’ll have it figured out after using it for a few minutes.

4. Canva: This is another tool that can help you create great images without needing a great designer (I even wrote a guide to creating custom images with it).

Most of the time, you don’t need a full infographic, just small images for your content to make it more attractive. That’s where Canva comes in.

The tool has several different templates to choose from for social media posts, blog posts, and more:


You can also create an image with custom dimensions.

Depending on which template you choose, there will be different templates available in the “layouts” tab:


The canvas on the right is fully editable. You just click and drag, or click and type.


You can create great-looking images under 5 minutes—once you get good with Canva.

5. Hemingway Editor: We’ve looked at images but not your text. Great content needs to be well written.

“Well written” can mean a lot of different things:

  • Good grammar
  • Proper spelling
  • Easy to read

This tool can help you with all of them.

To use it, paste your text, and the tool will indicate your mistakes by highlighting them in different colors:


Here’s an excerpt from my Beginner’s Guide to Online Marketing, and you can see that it’s not perfect.


While there aren’t any huge mistakes (no red), there are areas for improvement (in yellow and blue).

I re-wrote those sentences until the tool indicated that the problems were fixed, as shown below:


The reading grade level went from 8 to 7, which is generally a good thing. In addition, it got more concise, going from 189 words to 171 (almost a 10% reduction).

Stay focused on your task

If, in addition to marketing, you’re responsible for writing content, it’s important that you become an efficient writer.

A key part of that is not getting distracted or procrastinating.

The tools here will help you focus like a laser.

6. StayFocused: The name of this tool gives away its use. It’s a free Chrome plugin that allows you to block distracting websites.

Once you install it, go into its settings and choose which sites you’d like to block:


You can choose the “nuclear option,” which blocks all websites for the time period you specify.

Or you can add a few websites that waste most of your time to your “blocked sites” list.


7. Tomato Timer: There are many productivity techniques you can use to stay focused. One of the most well-known is called the pomodoro technique.

The basic idea is to break up your work into 25-minute periods with 5-minute breaks in between.

It’s a short enough time that you won’t feel too fatigued, but long enough that you maximize the amount of work you can do.

This is a simple timer built for this technique:



Keep organized so that you’re not doing things twice

Redundancy kills efficiency.

If you have to repeat keyword research or continuously sort through lists of outreach targets, you’ll waste hours of your time.

The only prevention is good organization. There are some really great tools that can help you keep everything in order.

8. Trello: Trello is a free project management tool. It’s built to be used by teams, but it is also useful for keeping your personal work organized.

It allows you to create “boards,” almost like one of those cork boards that people hang on walls, and then to create “cards” for them.

Create one board for each main thing you want to keep organized. For example, you might have one for your content schedule (with cards for content published, upcoming content, and content ideas) and another one for your promotional work.


On each board, you can create as many lists as you’d like and add cards to each of those lists. Here’s what a board for content ideas might look like:


You can edit the cards as well as drag and drop them from list to list.

Finally, it helps keep you organized by sending you reminders before the due date.

One more feature that you might want to use is the “add members” option, which can be found in the menu of any board.



Members can be assigned to particular cards so that they get notified of changes and due dates.


Improve the efficiency of your promotion

Even if your content is great, it won’t do much for you until you promote it.

You can do all your promotion manually, and it will work. But a lot of promotion is tedious, repetitive work that can be automated by tools.

You can save tens of hours a month by using the tools in this section for outreach.

9. ContentMarketer.io: This is a really thorough tool that helps you streamline all parts of content promotion.

I can’t give you a full overview here, but I’ll show you a few features.

You can upload your content or enter a URL of content you published into the tool:


The tool then scans your content for keywords and finds influencers based on those keywords.

But it finds more than the names—it also finds their email addresses and Twitter accounts.


You can easily make quick edits to the list until you’re happy with it.

The final main feature is that you can quickly email or send a message on Twitter to all those people. You can use a template if you’d like.


I recommend choosing one of my personal templates as I’ve tested them thousands of times.

10. Buffer: If you’re doing any promotion on social media, Buffer is the first tool you need to have in your toolkit.

It allows you to connect all your major social media accounts (Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, Pinterest) and to manage them.

In addition, you can post to multiple networks at once from within Buffer.

Another big feature is that you can schedule posts to be shared ahead of time. Once you set a schedule (in your settings), you can add posts to your queue:


Buffer will post them in the order you’ve laid out. You can drop and drag them around as you please.

You can either create these posts inside Buffer itself or add the Buffer extension to your browser.

When you come across content that you want to share, you can use the plugin to quickly add the article you want to share.


Another useful feature of Buffer is result evaluation.


The tool makes it easy to see which posts are the most and least popular. You can learn by studying the data and use those lessons to get more shares and traffic in the future.

11. Narrow.io: Narrow is a tool specifically designed for Twitter.

It finds the best people to connect with based on the keywords you enter.

The big appeal is that a lot of the following/unfollowing research and activity is automated by the tool, saving you a ton of time.


It is not a free tool, however, so I only recommend it if you’re serious about growing a Twitter following.


Once you have the knowledge to be a great content marketer, you need to implement it.

Good marketers know how to make use of available tools to not only keep their work at a consistently high quality but also save time that could be spent elsewhere.

I’ve shown you 11 tools here that can save content marketers’ time, but there are definitely some good ones that I might have missed.

If there are any other tools you absolutely love and use on a regular basis, I’d appreciate it if you shared them in a comment below with me and everyone else.


  1. Awesome list – can’t wait to try some of them out. We’re using both Trello and Buffer daily, but are definitely going to give some of the others a try today or tomorrow. Thanks for sharing. 🙂

    • Nice, these should help a ton. If you have questions about any of the tools, you’re welcomed to ask 🙂

  2. Masud Parvage :

    Hey Neil, That’s a great collections of online tools. usually I use buffer but hopefully I’ll try to use others tools you recommend. thanks for sharing the resources.

    • You’re welcome Masud. If you have questions regarding any of the tools, please don’t hesitate to ask

  3. hi neal, really all are great tools for marketers. i really like Trello which gives me easy to manage all projects with my project partners and editors.

  4. Sam Nichelson :

    Once again some great content. When starting out what do you think about making content daily? Is it just better to just post once or twice a week when getting started? Thanks again Neil

    • I think daily is VERY tough and requires a team to manage. If you’re just starting out, 1-2 weeks is a perfect way to start.

  5. Hi Neil,

    Thanks for including us in this list. It’s nice to see that we’re stating to be noticed more and more by marketers. Also great to be featured on your site after years of following you guys!


    • Shobhit Choudhary :

      Hi Niel, I have been using Canva for a while it’s pretty awesome. Didn’t knew about easel.ly thanks for that tip.
      Which app do you recommend for adding water-mark to the image/infographic? I just learnt it’s significance, getting my hands on pic monkey.

      • I’m not 100% sure Shobhit, I would imagine canva can help with that, otherwise I’d research for a better solution

    • You’re welcome 🙂

  6. Great compilation !

  7. Pankaj Dhawan :

    Thanks Neil,

    I used few tools some time back but one tool I would like to add in this list – Google docs/drive/sheets – this is really awesome tool and I never shut it down because it is as I understand a must tool.

  8. Hey Neil,

    Great list. Familiar with a couple of these guys. Im trying Narrow.io immediately.

    Thanks for sharing these.

  9. Prabhu Kiran :

    Awesome post Neil. If these tools are used effectively I think most of us would be a better content marketers for sure.

  10. Great list. Trello and contentmarket.io looks to be too gud .worth trying.

  11. Thanks for mentioning some great tools Neil.
    Currently I am using Canva & Feedly out of all the tools you mentioned here.
    I really liked the trend spotter tool. Hope I will keep my readers updated with the latest trends in my niche.

  12. Awesome list, Neil. Thanks to you, I dusted my feedly app and started collecting feeds already. I am sure to add Narrow.io to an ongoing list of Twitter tools I’ve been collecting.

    I was actually a little disappointed that ContentMarketer.io doesn’t have a free trial so I cold check it out. Their plans seem to be worth it though, especially given that you can reach out to influencers.

  13. Ruairí McNicholas :

    I was surprised that Hootsuite isn’t up there! So far I prefer it to Buffer.

  14. Neil,
    I bought and paid for Hemmingway on your recommendation. This is good if you are writing a blog to 5th and 6th grade consumer readership. I write technical articles for people with advanced degrees and it would not pass extremely “dumbed down” sentences to the point of being ridiculous. I won’t be recommending this to ANYONE. What a waste of my time and patience.

  15. This is very very useful. I use Canva, Trello, rest I havent tried. Thanks for this wonderful tools list.

  16. Thanks Neil for the amazing Tools again , believe ot nor just started using the feedly and i found www.quicksprout.com There here is the screenshot


    but i dont know to integrate with my WP site without the plugin

    thanks so much

  17. Patricia Browne :

    Great post Neil. Lots of actionable content.

    While I was familiar with (and use) several of the tools you suggest, there were definitely a couple that I will try.

    Thanks again,


  18. I’m a web designer, so I work with Photoshop all day. And yet Canva has saved me A LOT of time for my social media promotion images that I attach to each article. Really great tool. I also use tomato-timer daily, applying the Pomodoro technique has really sped up my work

  19. i use inoreader instead of feedly.
    no doubt feedly is good but i find inoreader better.

    one more tool i use that is

    sticky notes (may sound funny ). i find a sense of satisfaction after completing a task by crushing the sticky note.

    • haha, I know what you mean. You should put a mini basketball hoop by your trash can so you can get a sense of satisfaction in scoring a basket too 😉

  20. Hey Neil, Great sharing! The article is worth praising. In Feedly, I couldn’t add my website contents manually. I tried by keywords, URL searching but It showed me nothing found. Is there any way to add own blog content in feedly? BTW, I love canva for social media images and for my blog also. Alternatively I use hootsuite instead of buffer. However other tools are new to me. I’ll definitely check those out. 🙂

  21. Thanks for the great list of content marketing tools.I think all are very useful tools.

  22. Just want to thank you. You are awesome and caring in sharing this info with me. This is why you are so successful. Kudos.

  23. Hi Neil,

    Just a very brief note to thank you for this list. Most I have at least heard of but one or two most welcome additions – Trend.Spottr and Easel.ly – thank you.


  24. Chris Hufnagel :

    Nice list! I used to use Hemingway for a while and then I forgot about it! Glad you reminded me and good to see they finally finished the desktop app!

    Narrow may have just hcanged my Twitter game! Pumped!!!


    • Hi Chris,

      I’ve found that you use Hemingway App, so you might be interested in checking out my app – http://adverbless.com/
      It helps to highlight adverbs and, therefore, you can make your prose stronger.

      I would be glad to hear your feedback 🙂


    • Awesome! Let me know how it works out for you

  25. Superb List Neil.I Use Buffer it is Awesome.Thanks for the great list of content marketing tools.That Tools Save our Time.
    Thank you For Sharing.Keep up it.Have a nice week ahead.

  26. Hi Neil,

    Thanks for such a nice and informative post, I was unaware of there tools before reading this post.

    Now I got everything about these tools and these are also very useful, from now I will use them in my business..
    Thanks again


  27. hi Neil,
    first is to thank you for all this informative posts you give us for free; i bet all of us are happy.
    I have used some tools but most are new to me.
    btw, is there a tool you can recommend for sharing my posts to Facebook groups? there’s so much traffic but it’s time consuming to share to one group after the other.

    best regards.

    • I’m not 100% sure about groups, but I would suggest buffer or hootsuite

    • Yes, Hootsuite supports posting to Facebook groups, pages and personal profiles.

    • Sarah Lehberger :

      Great list! And to answer the question about sharing to groups, I would suggest that you (or each content marketer) figure out which social media channels your audience is on and values the most. Hootsuite is great for posting to FB groups/pages/personal profiles as well as Twitter and Instagram. If your audience tends to be on LinkedIn vs. Instagram, than I’d suggest Buffer as you can post to LinkedIn professional groups which may benefit you more than Instagram (which Buffer does not do). Buffer also posts to Pinterest. Both are great options, so it really depends on which social channels matter most for your needs!

  28. Hello Neil,

    Thank you for this great article. I was looking for such tools to get myself organized with content creation and promotions.

    Its an awesome list. This list itself saved a lot of time for me – I don’t have to search for them 🙂


  29. Soumyakanti Ray :

    Great list and wonderful article again. I wasn’t aware of Feedly. I started using it by now. Hope it will give me new ideas to make new articles. Thank you.

    Soumyakanti Ray

  30. Freddy Junior :

    Hi Neil!

    What a valuable list of amazing tools for content marketers!

    I love it!

    About half of these tools – I have not heard of before. So thank you very much for sharing them!

    I agree with you, that it is important to use the right tools to get the job done right – and consistently. And what I really mean is to be as productive as possible every single day and make sure you are really getting the tasks done.

    Using some of these tools can really save a lot of time in the long run! 😀

    The one tool that I will be using – right away (after reading this) is the the Tomato Timer. I really like it 😉

    One tip that has helped me increase my productivity online and also helped me save a lot of time when I do work online – is Getting Very Well Organized.

    I organize everything I need in my Browser’s Folders. I keep my Browser Folders and Bookmarks pretty neat. So everything is just one-click-away for me. I just get online and get working! 🙂

    Thanks, once again, for sharing these awesome tools Neil!

    You rock bro!

    Have a wonderful week!

    • Being organized is an art, one that must be practiced daily, else you’ll fall behind.

      If you have any questions regarding the new tools you saw, please don’t hesitate to ask.

  31. Awesome tools for content marketing. Thanks Neil

  32. Hey Neil,

    Thanks for the post. Unfortunately I’ve never used any of the tools in the post. Just shows how far back i am and there i was thinking i was doing fine.

    Definitely an eye opener this one. I’ll begin trying out one after the other.

    And btw, you have got a very nice site. Just bookmarked it for future reference.

    Thanks man.

    • That’s okay, hopefully this gives you an idea of how to move forward. Let me know if you have any questions regarding any of the tools

  33. Darren Keane :

    I think dropmylink.com deserves a spot in this list – it allows you to find discussions on your topic where you can comment and get a link in a matter of seconds.

  34. Great list Neal!

    Easel.ly sounds awesome, I’m running to try it out.

    Also, I would add (yeah, I’m not objective) the “As You Type” plugin, that allows WP users to insert media (from giphy/pixabay/imgur) to their posts as they type:

    Keep being amazing

  35. Hi Neil,

    Thanks for shared valuable post to content marketers. Before I used canva and buffer only. Rest of the tools new to me. I will use all of tools one by one.

    • Definitely a good idea to start with 1 at a time. Pay attention and notice the effect of each tool as you’re using it before switching/testing out a new one

  36. Hi, Neil
    Lots of thanks for share these kind of information ..!!!

  37. Very nice information about content marketing tools. Now I can do content marketing with ease.

  38. Robin Khokhar :

    Hi Neil,
    There almost all the tools with which I am familiar but will be trying the new ones.

  39. pankaj rathore :

    hi neil
    thanx for such kind of knowledge about content witting

  40. Hi Neil,

    A great collection of online tools for the amazing content marketing, one tool I have already used that is canva but 10 are totally new for me, Today I tried to use Feedly but it takes the time to get familiar with the tools.
    Anyway Thanks for sharing with us a number of tricky tools :)) .. Keep sharing.

  41. Neil, thanks for sharing this list with us!

    As for me, once I’ve found Canva (you’ve shared it previously), I started to use it daily! Just a magic tool for those bloggers who are on a tight budget!

    Thanks again!
    Hope to read more soon 🙂

  42. Hi Neil,

    Thanks for sharing these resources. I have been using few of them and surely gonna check out the rests. Canva is my savior !


  43. Hi Neil,
    I’ve just been working through your Advanced Guide to Link Building (which is something I have just started to do, so need all the help I can get!), and noticed that two tools you suggested don’t exist anymore :

    Technorati blog list
    Google Reader

    Just though you’d like the heads up!


  44. Thanks for sharing Neil,

    But I was hoping to see Hootsuite on your list when I saw buffer.

    Perhaps u don’t enjoy hootsuite?

  45. Janis Searcey-Griffin :

    This is amazing Neil. You really knocked yourself out with this post. I haven’t even had a chance to read it all yet as I read a little and then go to implement what you suggest. I know just by the first two tools that you suggested, you really know what you were talking about. Thank you for sharing.

  46. Jason Morris :

    Hi Neil , Thanks for the great article and number of recommended tools. Do you use or know of any tools that will allow you to post directly from your website / blog and post automatically to your social media accounts? For example, Fan Page, Twitter, Pinterest, Tumblr etc? So when I create a blog post on my site, I can then have it automatically upload to my social media accounts within minutes. I appreciate any information you can share.


    • Try: If This Than That aka IFTTT

      You can post a WordPress post to Facebook automatically or FB post automatically sent to Twitter….and vice versa and crossways with other apps….and back again via LinkedIn.
      The sky is the limit, I get dizzy explaining IFTTT….so many ways to automate.
      You gotta check it out!

      Content distribution on steroids 🙂

      …. btw with IFTTT you can also put on your heater at home prior to you arriving or find your phone…or forward emails to Evernote…urgh. dizzy again.

    • I’m not 100% sure, but Hootsuite should be able to help you do that

  47. Canva would be good for Instagram, right? Originally thought snapchat, but there isn’t a way to upload pictures to a story.

  48. Hi Neil,

    Great suggestions! I use Buffer daily and Canva has saved me a lot of time. I’m looking forward to trying ContentMarketer and Trello.

    Thanks for the list!

  49. Hy, Neil Patel. i like your post. thanks a lot. i must try.

  50. What a great list of resources Neil! Thank you for sharing and giving value to me and others. I personally use some of these tools, and I look forward to testing some new ones that you brought to my attention. Thanks!

  51. I am a big fan of Feedly and Canva. Feedly always help me to keep updated and Canva is really an awesome tool to create stunning image for the blog posts.

    The day I started using Canva for creating professional featured images for my blog posts, my CTR in the social media increased. So I personally recommend this as one of the must use tool to boost up your content.

    You mentioned the tool Trello here. I am using Asana to manage all my tasks and my writers. If you are not using Asana, I strongly recommend to use it. Such an incredible features and easy to use.

    This post proved to be EPIC.

    Thanks for sharing such an awesome list of tools.

    • Glad you enjoyed and thanks for sharing your experiences with some of the tools. Asana’s great, very flexible.

  52. Ifeanyi Okolo :

    Hello Neil.

    Great post on a list of tools for creating remarkable content.

    Thanks for sharing such a valuable information.

  53. Quality content marketing takes a lot of time and effort—there’s just no way around it. But there are, of course.

  54. Great post.I Use Buffer it is Awesome.Thanks for the great list of content marketing tools.
    Thanks for sharing

  55. Hi Neil

    Great article, i thought tomato timer is good for me, ’cause sometimes i run other application while do the content, and thanks for another web that could help me better in content marketing

    • You’re welcome Indobotol, glad this post was helpful. If you get stuck or need any help along the way, please don’t hesitate to ask.

  56. Thanks for a great guide Neil. Before I’m struggling what content to write as well as image I use to look the post professional and worth to share, with your 11 tools everything is easy!

    • You’re welcome Manuel, I’m happy this was helpful. Using tools should makes work much more smoothly for you

  57. Great compilation as always. I often turn off Facebook notifications on my phone. There is also a Chrome extension to suppress all Facebook news feed (Newsfeed eradicator). It helps in saving a lot of time spent on Facebook.

    Trello is my favorite tool. I would also add wunderlist that keeps reminding me important task

  58. Such a great idea of yours! You have been a big help for me. Thanks a lot. more post for interesting topic. Great!

  59. Is there any free trial for Contentmarketer.io?

  60. Dominique Degottex :

    Very Interesting list.I Have used Hemingway for a while and I have to say that it is an efficient tool. As a none English native speaker, it helps me to make my content much better. I write the text on Grammarly then pass it through Hemingway and I get texts that are Very read and interest my reader in a better way. Keep up the good work Neil.

  61. Great list and ideas. I love finding new tools and ways of working. Thank you.

  62. Hey Neil,

    That list of tools is very usefull….and….using this tools Feedly and Canva most usefull for me in content marketting..in that blog you are are nice guided thats why the content marketting is so easy….

    Thanks Neil……for good list is shairing….

    • You have a great name 🙂

      You’re welcome Ajay, glad I could help. If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to ask!

  63. This is a awesome list of mega tools. Some i have tested and used but every time i come i visit iam leraning something new. thx neil!

    • You’re welcome David. Let me know if you have any questions regarding any of the tools that were mentioned

  64. Maurice Curtz :

    Valuable List, indeed! The recipe of qualitative content marketing isn’t arduous as it may seem: patience, smart thinking, conscious efforts and assistive technologies. Time is money. And Tomato Timer helps me to be always productive as mornings. Also, the question about content integrity shouldn’t be ignored. It’s about being honest with the work you create. I care a lot about the quality of my works. It’s what I love to do. Among the variety of tools I rely on checking with Unplag https://unplag.com/, it is a good instrument for achieving well-written content creation goals.

    • At the end of the day, you can pump out a bunch of fake content, but if there’s no substance behind it, it’s going to fade away.

      Tomato time helps, and will keep you on track. It also brings in this bit of a fun factor

  65. Hi Neil, Thanks for sharing the list. Its really gonna be of great use for many people into content marketing. I have myself used many of the tools presented in the list. They are really very result oriented.

  66. Neil,

    Thank you is not a big enough word to show appreciation for this list. This is truly an all encompassing social content management list.

    Can’t figure out which tool I’m more excited to use Hemingway Editor or Easel.ly! The value you provide to your followers is amazing.


    • You’re welcome Brian, it’s my pleasure putting these together for you. Let me know how the tools work out for you!

  67. Transport George :

    Great list of tools!!! I am using Canva and it is really helpful in creating eye-catching images for your posts.

  68. What to say, as a beginner blogger this is one of the most useful post I have read recently. I am already started using the mentioned tools. I liked Feedly and Canva very much. Thank you so much!

  69. I am using a couple of tools listed above, I will try out canva and other tools around this week and test out how they improve my tasks organization and productivity. Thanks Neil for sharing your tool list. As usual awesome stuff.

  70. Haiming Jiang :

    Hi Neil, I find this article really educative because you have reviewed 11 tools that can make the life of a content marketer easy. I’m into SEO (http://www.aplus.net.nz/ ) and as such, content is an important part of my work. Thanks for sharing!

  71. Canva is really an awesome tool..I am glad you have included it in the list. 🙂
    Thanks for the post.

  72. Hello there Neil,

    A debt of gratitude is in order for shared important post to substance advertisers. Before I utilized canva and cradle as it were. Rest of the instruments new to me. I will utilize all of instruments one by one.

  73. Forensic Notes Software :

    Another great article. I gave Canva a try and its great for making quick banners and images for Twitter and Facebook. Easy to use with a professional look. Thanks for recommending this site.

  74. Sandeep Kumar :

    That was really awesome blog.
    This was really very helpful for me..
    I was trying to find easy way. U gave me.
    Thank you Neil.

  75. Adam Paciorek :

    Great list Neil!

    What are your thoughts on Edgar (meetedgar.com) for sharing evergreen content?



  76. Sonal Sahrawat :

    Hi Mr. Neil Patel,
    Images attract people in comparison to words. You shared such a great list of advantageous tools for content marketing like Canva, TrendSpottr etc.
    Thanks for sharing………

  77. Thanks Neil! I’ll be sure to use some of these.

  78. Using Feedreder atm, definitely great to track your blog for new updates.

  79. Hi Neil,

    Thanks for share information about tools for content marketing, very useful to me..


  80. 144Hz Monitors :

    Hi Neil,

    I would just like to thank you for providing us with this very useful content. I find it extremely useful and the knowledge I get here, I use to stay relevant in my business.


  81. Thanks for this amazing list. I am not fully acquainted with some of these tools except for Canva and Buffer. This tools will definitely help me in sustaining focus in the working hours. The tomato timer would be of great help to me because I am easily drain out. Being drained out, focus is also disrupted and by that reason, my brain will not function properly. Thanks Neil for sharing it. 🙂

  82. John Lewis :

    Nice article. I got some idea.. and I would like also to try other online tools.. Thanks

  83. Sourav Saha :

    Great post on content marketing. Frankly speaking I was looking for such kind of stuffs. Thanks for the post.

  84. Thanks for sharing this about 11 Tools That Will Save You Time with Content Marketing. Because now I am going to start my new business plan. Thanks a lot for giving me idea which help me to save my time with content marketing.
    Thanks a lot for this post…………..!

    • Neil Patel :

      You’re welcome Venish, glad this is helpful. If you have any questions or need help, please don’t hesitate to ask

  85. milon khan :

    Sometimes you need to just work with what you got and make something happen along the way.

  86. Your experience have motivate me a lot which you have shared with us. As i tld u that your article help me a lot. In ma next comment i will told u everything clearly that how can ur blog help me, wht i had lernd frm ur blog. thnx for sharng such a nice ideas with us. keep posting helpful post like this.

    • Glad to hear it Ankur, the pleasure was all mine. If you have questions or feel stuck with anything, please don’t hesitate to ask!

  87. milon khan :

    hi neil patel
    Really great tips for a perfect Marketing. I am now focus on creating high quality content for my Marketing and this article really helps me a lot

  88. These are really very useful tools. Thanks for the list. It will surely help many others.
    Best wishes.

  89. Hi, Neil!

    Great post! As always, actually 🙂

    I don’t like Hemingway much, as it doesn’t allow me to do anything with my texts: no passives, no adverbs (at all!), and the most painful – short sentences ONLY! *sigh* I use Grammarly instead.

    ContentMarketer.io is new for me, and it seems awesome! Gonna try it right now 🙂

    Thanks a lot for the useful info!


    • I know what you mean, you have to get use to it. Let me know what you think about contentmarketer.io

  90. Hi Neil,

    Great article on content marketing tools. I was always willing to have a list like this and got it from here. It will really save a lot of time going after content marketing. Thanks for the useful information.

  91. Hemang Rindani :

    Brilliant. From content ideas to keyword search, selecting right target audience, creating content and scheduling it for publishing it at the right time, all has been covered. I feel that searching for the keywords and identifying right topic targeted to meet your audience requirements is an uphill task. If this is done smartly, there are more chances for you to get good visibility. Along with this, ensure that you have a great website and the elements meet the user expectations.

    • It’s definitely not easy and it usually steers most people away. However, once you get it done, all your efforts become that much more effective

  92. This post is very nicely written and well described. Your post had inspired me a lot which you have shared in this wonderful post. As I told u that your awesome post help me a lot in my work. In my next comment, I will told u everything clearly that how can your blog help me, what I had learned from your blog. Thanks a lot for sharing this wonderful and awesome idea with us. Keep posting like this helpful post.

  93. Frankly speaking, I am looking for this type of helpfull post and finally i found your article which help me a lot. But dear don’t mind, I have a little bit confusion about point no. 11- Narrow.io. Can you please explain it for me again

    • It’s a way to build a highly targeted twitter following. Check out their website Chiranjit and sign up for the free trial http://narrow.io/

  94. I am a part time blogger in a Company name Chrome techny.company. My duty is to write 4 articles per day but It’s very frustrating for me. I want to do my duty before 5p.m every day but it is very difficult for me that’s why I am looking for that kind of stu7ff. Thanks for the elpful post.

  95. This is very very useful. I use Canva, Trello, rest I havent tried. Thanks for this wonderful tools list.

  96. Alok Jasmatiya :

    Neil can you tell me which one is the best hootsuite or buffer

  97. Once again with great content, following your tips hope it will be helpful for my blog

  98. Great post! Thanks for sharing this post about the 11 Tools That Will Save You Time with Content Marketing. This awesome post inspired me a lot and also I got the useful idea.
    Thanks a lot once again….!

  99. Thanks for the guide it is great for a new gamer and marketer to promote their content.

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    The tools which you have provided are really appreciable. Actually I’m trying for the industry’s best content marketing tips, but this information completely saved my time. With the help of these tools, I can manage my Blog “http://www.ohostingreview.com/” easily. Once again Thanks for sharing these tools with us.

  101. Jual Bibit Kefir :

    waw Mr Neil Patel, amazing artikel, may i share?

  102. Hello Neil, these are soo useful tools. You are so transparent by sharing these tools. Thanks so much! 🙂


  103. Thanks for your guidence…..its very useful

  104. thanks for your valuable suggestions.

  105. Jasa Penulis Artikel Online :

    Awesome Mr, i Never know about this, i very need your post, thanks

  106. I’ve got a list on inspirational quotes on my wall. One says “Put Pen to Paper” (one I made up myself). It gets me motivated to quit messing around and get working. That kind of inspiration, along with a picture of my family on my desk, is what works best for me.

  107. I’ve noticed that in today’s world finding trends is indeed the most important thing you can do. Even if you have a lower page rank or fewer links to your website if you’re first to the title idea that’s a huge advantage.

  108. chakradhardharma :

    Great post. I’m planning an agency with fresh content writes, I hope your ideas helps to grow my business and make more sound.

  109. thanks niel, thats tool is very usefull fo me…
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  110. This is the great thing I have ever seen. The content by Neil is as always awesome, I really loved the content when Neil write as it is easy to understand and quick to learn.

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