As bloggers we can never have enough cool tools to help us through the day. I’m particularly taken by the many online applications that shine through and allow us bloggers to perform certain tasks easier. I have sourced some tools that you might find handy for your own needs.
Take a look at them and see what you think. I’d love to hear your feedback and whether they were helpful in any way.
The first one is SnapCasa, an online based screen shot application that lets you take screen shots of any website in four handy sizes. As you can see from the image below, SnapCasa delivers the following sizes quick and easy.
- Large 280×210
- Medium 200×150
- Small 140×105
- Thumbnail 100×75
You can try out SnapCasa for a sample before you register. This is a free service.
Pageonce is your very own Internet assistant if you want it to be. With Pageonce you can create one easy to navigate portal that lets you manage all your online passwords and logins, information, manage your finances, combine all your email accounts and correlate all your social book marking accounts so you can see with one look where action is required by you.
Whether you need to access a frequently used support number, check dozens of email accounts or remember multiple logins and passwords, Pageonce will do the work for you and help you to simplify your user experience.
The feature which shows you the changes in your social media accounts is great and can save you a lot of time.
Pageonce also states that they keep your information 100% secure. The following is a statement taken from their website.
Pageonce adheres to the highest standards in security in order to keep your data private and secure. Security is part of our culture and we work to bring you a great service, with the peace of mind that your information will be protected.
After checking them out, I have to say that I’m intrigued to take a closer look.
Feed Compare is an Alexa based Feed comparison chart that allows you to compare your feed numbers and performance with three other competitors. If for nothing else, Feed Compare will give you a huge ego boost if you compare your own feed with newer sites.
But that would be cheating, wouldn’t it. I think for all it’s worth, it is a fun application that outlines the growth of a blog over the course of 1 to24 months.
I hope that you might find one or all of these tools helpful and useful for your needs.