Some are FREE....


WordPress is probably the most widely used content management software in every parts of the world today.

Back in 2018, it was reported that WordPress websites cover close to 30% of the entire internet landscape.

Why does WordPress make it to the top of the list? Because it’s a powerful tool, if used the right way. It’s probably more powerful than any other “automated” website platforms in the market today. 

It also provides you with a large variety of plugins for you to customise your website or blog as to your liking.

WordPress is very comprehensive as it also allows you to build websites around it. You can either host on, or host it elsewhere.

All in all, WordPress is a very customisable platform, and it’s widely utilised by bloggers and business owners.

Google Docs

If you haven’t heard of Google Docs by now, you should start exploring it.

Majority of content marketers are using Google Docs for articles drafting

Now, not only is Google Docs a good platform for drafting articles, it’s also a good avenue to share and collaborate with other team members.

In addition, you will be able to find a way to upload your work from Google Docs to your content management system like WordPress (link).

And if you’re using WordPress, you can try using the Wordable plugin to do that for you.

Google Analytics

Have you been drafting content, and not measuring the results of your handwork?

Put that to rest with Google Analytics.

Of course, there are other ways to track your results, but Google Analytics has its own advantages.

Firstly, it’s FREE. You heard that right. Google is providing this comprehensive tool to you without any cost.

Secondly, it’s actually quite easy to setup and use. And if you drill it down further, it can actually become a very powerful measurement tool.

You can track goals such as new sale, form submission success, and many more.

Google Optimize

Have you ever wanted to do A/B testing the easy way?

Now, you can. With Google Optimize allows you to do that quite easily.

Although there’re plenty of tools to perform that, it’s good to note that Google Optimize is also FREE to use.

Yes, again. Google is providing that tool for you to use for free.

And it’s a fantastic way to start your A/B testing journey.


Articles are bland without images, wouldn’t you agree?

If you’re looking for fantastic photos to tagged with your article, visit TheStocks.IM.

It’s a comprehensive platform where you can search photos from various sites such as Pixabay and Unsplash.

Adobe Photoshop

While photos are easy to find through TheStocks.IM, customised graphics are not.

With some basic Adobe photoshop training, you should be able to start designing your own graphics for different social media platforms such as Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.

While Adobe photoshop isn’t free, it’s surely worth the investment in the long run.


Even if you’re native speaker of English, you may still bumped into some grammatical errors along way.

And without it, you’d  probably find even more grammar errors on my articles.

Trust me, Grammarly has reduced my mistakes by more than 50%.