As a blogger, you adopt tools that will make your life easier. These could be anything from an app to write down your posts (Evernote) to an app that measures your weekly social media outreach (Sumall). There are some tools that are tried and true; I have used since the beginning of my blogging career like Hootsuite and some like Canva that I'm just picking up. They have all been proven to be effective in my blogging productivity and may assist you with your blogging career.
An app that allows you to schedule tweets and retweets from your timeline on to twitter and Facebook.
Hootsuite doesn't allow you to tweet more than 140 characters which makes it a tad difficult to RT a good tweet and add your opinion!
Gives you content for you to schedule on your timelines(Twitter & Facebook). Buffer gives you the most coveted links on the web.
Some of the content is link bait and articles can be pointless. Hence the name buffer. You have to spend extra time actually reading the article/ blog post to make sure it is quality and worth tweeting before you actually tweet it.
My new best friend! It creates beautiful, eye catching photos for Twitter, Facebook or your blog. They are professional images without the grain and pixelation. To use Canva is free however, if you want to use one of their royalty images you may have to pay.
If you ever received an auto dm after following someone, it's more than likely from the app crowdfire. It does automation so you don't have to. You can invite someone to your website, thank them for the follow or tell them whatever else you want!
CrowdFire has their logo at the end of your message unless you pay them to take it off.
You can often eyeball how many followers you lose or gain on Twitter. However, this doesn't assist you in figuring out at what rate they unfollow you, who is unfollowing you and who is engaging you. Stats is an in depth analysis of this information which could be useful to you if you use it to tailor your content.
It can be very time consuming to analyze the information.