Are you starting a new blog or looking for the best blogging tools to maximize your blog? It can be overwhelming trying to figure out which blogging tools you should use, especially if you research things to death like I do.
I’m the most indecisive person and spend days, even months researching everything, making spreadsheets, and comparison lists before making a decision.
When I wanted to move from a free WordPress.com blog to a self-hosted WordPress site, I was paralyzed with indecision and fear of making the wrong choice.
I spent a ridiculous amount of time trying to figure out what to do for web hosting, a WordPress theme, plugins, the list goes on. There’s so much involved with blogging! It can be paralyzing.
But as my hubby always says, “Analysis is paralysis.” And it’s so true! Don’t over-analyze things and spend too much time researching. That’s valuable time you can spend being productive!
Let me help you out and save you hours upon hours of research and trial and error. I’m sharing my top blogging tools and resources with you. You’re welcome. 🙂
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BLOG SET UP Best Blogging Tools
If you’re starting your own blog, be sure to sign up for my free 7-Day Blog Launch Email Course! You’ll receive an email each day for a week with bite-size actionable steps walking you through the process of starting a self-hosted WordPress blog.
The Course covers everything from your blog name and branding, to registering a domain name, getting a web hosting plan, setting up WordPress, installing a Theme and Plugins, creating pages and blog posts for your site, and more. Sign up now to get started!
I’ve used several different domain name registrars and have liked Namecheap the best. Their interface is user-friendly, and their pricing is affordable.
On top of that, they include domain privacy protection for FREE! Other domain registrars charge extra for that service. So I love that Namecheap includes domain privacy protection at no extra charge!
First things first. If you’re going to have your own blog, self-hosted WordPress.org is the #1 blogging platform choice of serious bloggers. With WordPress.org, you’ll need to get your own web hosting plan with a reliable hosting provider.
After extensive research trying to find the best web hosting provider to use for my self-hosted WordPress website, I decided to go with SiteGround. One thing I looked at for web hosting providers were their customer reviews, and SiteGround has amazing reviews praising their customer service.
It also came down to the numbers. Not only are their shared hosting plans super affordable starting at just $3.95/month, but the numbers really speak for themselves with their impressive uptime and website loading speed.
If you’re looking for an affordable, fast, and secure web hosting provider with excellent customer support, SiteGround is a great option! Plus, with SiteGround, you’ll also get access to their SG Optimizer Plugin for caching to improve site loading speed.
If you want endless customization options and the capability to make money with your blog, self-hosted WordPress is the way to go. If you’re not familiar with WordPress or aren’t sure what the difference is between WordPress.com and WordPress.org and which one you should use, be sure to take a look at my WordPress blog post that breaks it all down.
5. Divi Theme
I’m a visual person through and through. So I was looking for a WYSIWYG (what you see is what you get) drag and drop website builder that I could use to design a custom WordPress website without having to deal with coding.
During my research for the best WordPress Page Builder, the Divi Theme by Elegant Themes kept coming up. I decided to give Divi a test drive with the live builder demo. I also tried another page builder with a free version to test out.
I thought it would be a tough choice. But after using the two, Divi was the clear winner for ease of use and customization. I love all the customization options with Divi! The visual builder makes it easy to customize a website without having to know any code.
Also, their customer service has been awesome! I love the live chat feature. Their support team is responsive and super helpful, always having the answer I’m looking for. I definitely made the right choice with Elegant Themes and the built-in Visual Page Builder with the Divi Theme!
You may also like: How to Easily Start a Self-Hosted WordPress Blog in 5 Steps
WEBSITE OPTIMIZATION Best Blogging Tools
Site load time is extremely important for any site. If your site takes too long to load, your potential site visitors may give up waiting and move on. A caching plugin is key for improving your site’s speed.
I use the SG Optimizer plugin which is included with my hosting plan through SiteGround. It won’t work with any other hosting provider. So if you’re not using SiteGround as your host, you won’t be able to use the SG Optimizer plugin.
If you’re not hosting your WordPress blog with SiteGround, you still want to use a caching plugin to improve the speed of your site. WP Rocket is a premium caching plugin considered by many to be the most powerful one for fast site loading speed.
And I agree! As soon as I installed and activated the WP Rocket plugin (before optimizing any of the settings), there was an immediate increase in my site loading speed! Once I updated the settings, it was even faster!
Plus, WP Rocket works great with the Divi Theme and SiteGround web hosting. It even works hand-in-hand with SiteGround’s SG Optimizer plugin. I use both WP Rocket and SG Optimizer together as they complement one another for optimal site speed.
At just $49 for a year, it’s well worth the small investment! And your license will renew at a 30% discount after one year… score! Give WP Rocket a try! You’ll notice a huge difference in your site’s speed.
See my honest WP Rocket review here. And check out this post for How to Drastically Improve Your WordPress Site Speed with WP Rocket!
If you’re using images throughout your site and blog posts, large image files can slow down your site loading speed. The WP-Optimize plugin will compress your images to reduce file size without compromising image quality. It will also clean up your site’s database to free up space and improve speed.
WordFence Security is an anti-virus, firewall, and malware scan plugin that protects your site from brute force attacks. It does this with a firewall that identifies and blocks malicious traffic.
It also has a scanner that checks your website for malware, bad URLs, backdoors, SEO spam, malicious redirects and code injections. Keep your website safe with the WordFence Security plugin.
One of the main reasons I use the Jetpack plugin is for the downtime monitor. It notifies me if my site is down, which I find very useful. It’s important for me to be alerted if my website can’t be accessed for some reason. That way I can get to work on resolving the issue to get my site back up as soon as possible.
Another reason I like using Jetpack is to see my site stats on my WordPress dashboard. And when I converted my WordPress.com blog to a self-hosted WordPress.org blog, I used Jetpack to transfer over my previous WordPress.com email subscribers.
You’ll also need Jetpack if you’re using WooCommerce for an online shop with your site (more on WooCommerce below in E-Commerce Blogging Tools). The Jetpack plugin has quite a few other features as well, but I just use the ones I mentioned here.
The LuckyWP Table of Contents Plugin makes it easy to insert a Table of Contents into your blog posts which is not only convenient for your blog readers but can also help with SEO (Search Engine Optimization). The Table of Contents is a useful SEO tool because each entry can rank for keywords and also has its own URL for internal linking.
Using a Table of Contents can also reduce your blog’s bounce rate because your readers can easily find what they’re looking for. When they click on a particular entry in the Table of Contents, they’ll be taken directly to that section of the blog post.
ORGANIZATION Best Blogging Tools
Trello is an awesome free tool for staying organized and keeping track of things. It’s like digital sticky notes for list-making. And I’m obsessed with both sticky notes and lists!
I use Trello for so much, including blogging and even my everyday life. One of the ways I use it with blogging is as a blog content planner to save my blog post ideas and track where my posts are in the blogging workflow process.
I also use Trello for to-do lists and to save ideas, links, photos, screenshots, and more. If you want to learn more about using Trello for your blogging biz, Kate Doster has an entire course on using Trello!
13. Google Drive with G Suite
Google Drive is cloud-based file storage. I store a lot of files with Google Drive, including my opt-in freebies. With Google Drive, you get 15 GB of cloud storage for free (much more than the 2 free GB with Dropbox!).
And if you sign up for the affordable Basic G Suite plan that includes business email (example: [email protected]), you’ll get 30 GB of storage included. If you need more than that, the Business plan includes Unlimited Cloud Storage (or 1 TB per user if fewer than 5 users). Plus, with Google Drive, you can access your files anywhere!
14. Google Sheets with G Suite
I use Google Sheets to create all kinds of spreadsheets! And I use spreadsheets to keep track of where I’ve shared my site content, affiliate programs I’ve joined or need to join, headlines for my blog posts, to-do lists, the list goes on and on. The best part is that I can access my spreadsheets from anywhere!
15. Google Docs with G Suite
I like to use Google Docs to create drafts of my blog posts. I could use WordPress, but personally I prefer typing things up in Google Docs and then copying and pasting into WordPress for my blog post formatting. Google Docs can also be accessed from anywhere. So if a blog post idea pops into my head, I can easily start a new document wherever I’m at!
16. Google Calendar with G Suite
If you’re a planner like me, Google Calendar is super helpful for keeping track of dates and making sure you don’t miss something important. I use it as a visual blog content calendar to keep track of when I publish blog posts, send emails to my subscribers, run giveaways, and more.
WRITING Best Blogging Tools
If you’re struggling to come up with blog post ideas, the handy Blog Ideas Generator will put some together for you! Enter up to 5 different words (nouns specifically) and let it work its magic.
Blogging is essentially writing. So if you’re going to be writing blog posts, you want to make sure you’re using proper spelling and punctuation.
English was my favorite subject in school, and I’ve always been big on grammar. So I LOVE using Grammarly! I can’t even keep track of all the grammatical errors Grammarly has caught for me throughout the years.
It can tell if you’re using the wrong form of there/their or your/you’re. It can also show you where you’re supposed to use or not use a comma. I use it when I’m writing blog posts, emails, and more.
Plus, the Chrome browser extension is super handy! The best part? You can use Grammarly for FREE! If you want to be a professional blogger, Grammarly is an absolute must.
The Hemingway Editor App is a super handy tool to help you write better, easy to read content. You can copy and paste your blog post drafts into the app, and it will show you where you can improve your writing.
It does this by highlighting any hard to read sentences that are long and complicated. This lets you know which ones to shorten or break up into several sentences.
It also shows you words you’ve used that you may want to replace with a simpler alternative. And it helps you avoid passive voice and fluffy adverbs that don’t add value.
You want your readers to have an easy time following along as they view your blog posts. That’s where the Hemingway Editor App comes into play. Eventually, it even trains you to think of these things as you’re writing, making you a better writer.
There’s no point in writing a blog post if no one is going to see it. Part of writing a good blog post and getting people to read it is by giving it a compelling headline (i.e. title) to entice people to open and read your blog posts.
How will you know if it’s a good, click-worthy headline though? That’s where headline analyzers come into play and help out. My favorite headline analyzer is CoSchedule Headline Analyzer, so I start with that one.
I’ll run several different headlines through it to see how they rank. The CoSchedule Headline Analyzer will score your headline and give you suggestions for improvement. Aim for a score of at least 70.
The Advanced Marketing Institute Headline Analyzer is another headline analyzer. But it scores headlines specifically based on their emotional value. Try to score at least 30% with this headline analyzer.
The Sharethrough Headline Analyzer will also analyze your blog post headlines and give suggestions for improvement.
Do you ever wonder which words you should or shouldn’t capitalize in a title? The free Capitalize My Title tool tells you exactly which words should be capitalized.
There’s more to blogging than just writing great content. The keywords you use are crucial for SEO (search engine optimization).
And you don’t want to just use any keywords that pop into your head. You should research the best keywords to use. Researching keywords will help you discover which ones people are searching for. By using those particular keywords, your content has a better chance of being found.
Unlike many expensive and complicated keyword research tools, Ubersuggest is a free keyword research tool that is super simple to use. The straightforward data makes it easy to see which keywords would be helpful to use.
It shows you the average monthly search volume as well as the SEO difficulty score for the keywords you research. The SEO difficulty score tells you how hard it would be to rank for that keyword based on how competitive it is.
Ideally, you want keywords with a high search volume and low SEO difficulty score. That can be hard to achieve though, so aim for finding a good balance between the two.
You can also use Ubersuggest to research other competitor blogs. You’ll be able to see their top SEO pages along with the SEO keywords they rank for. This can give you ideas for keywords to use and possibly even ideas for blog posts.
25. Yoast SEO Plugin
Search Engine Optimization (SEO) is an important component in gaining visibility and traffic for your site with search engines. But SEO can be overwhelming and confusing. Luckily, the Yoast SEO plugin makes it super easy to improve your site’s SEO! You can also use Yoast to help get your Pinterest Business account set-up.
DESIGN Best Blogging Tools
I don’t know how I got by trying to design anything before Canva. This free online graphic design tool makes designing graphics for your website or social media a joy!
I use Canva to create featured images for my blog posts, Pin graphics for my blog posts to Pin to Pinterest, and more. It’s definitely one of my fave blogging tools!
It’s easy to use and the pre-made templates are super handy! You could say I’m a die-hard Canva fan. I’ve tried other free graphic design tools, but they’re just not as user-friendly or they don’t have as many design options. I’ll be sticking with Canva!
There’s also a Pro version to kick your design level up a notch with custom fonts, transparent backgrounds, GIFs, and more. You can even sell Canva templates with a Canva Pro account, which I plan on doing eventually.
Image optimization is key for your site’s speed. I use the free Optimizilla website to compress images before uploading them to my website to make sure they’re optimized with the smallest file size possible without compromising image quality.
28. Creative Market
Creative Market is a great site to find all kinds of creative resources for your blog, such as fonts, graphics, stock photos, Lightroom Presets, Pin templates, and more. In fact, I got one of the fonts I use from Creative Market. They offer free goods of the week, so be sure to sign up! It’s also great to be able to support independent creators.
Unsplash is a free stock photo site with over 1 million high-resolution images you can choose from and use for free!
Pixabay is another free stock photo site with more than 1.6 million high-quality stock images and videos that you can use freely.
Pexels is yet another free stock photo and video website for people looking for visuals that can be downloaded and used for free.
Depositphotos is a premium, paid stock photo service. You’re probably thinking, “Why would I pay for stock photos when I can get them for free?” First of all, if you’re looking for something specific, you may have more or better options using a paid stock photo site.
Also, you may get improved results with your Pins on Pinterest using paid stock photos that aren’t used by everyone like the free ones. Pinterest is a visual search engine.
If you’re using a free stock photo of a laptop for a Pin about blogging that someone else happened to use for a Pin about wedding planning, Pinterest might get confused about what the Pin is actually about and show your Pin to the wrong (bridal) audience.
Just something to think about and a great reason to try using paid stock photos to see if that gets you better results with your Pinterest Pins. In addition, Depositphotos has a special program for bloggers!
BLOG SHARING & BLOG TRAFFIC Best Blogging Tools
If you’re not familiar with Pinterest or think of it as just another social media channel, you might want to sit down for what I’m about to tell you…
Pinterest is the HIGHEST source of traffic for my site as it is for many other bloggers. Unlike social media, Pinterest is actually a visual search engine. Think of it like Google with images.
You want to harness the power of Pinterest by creating eye-catching Pin graphics with must-click text, an attention-grabbing headline, and keyworded description to improve your blog’s traffic.
For more about using Pinterest to drive traffic to your blog, see my post all about Pinterest for blogging and download your free Pinterest for Blogging Checklist! Also, check out the Pinteresting Strategies Course below.
Blog Post Vote UP is one of my favorite blog sharing sites. It’s free to join and lets you link to your blog posts to drive extra traffic to your blog. You can also use it to find other interesting blog posts to “vote up.”
Bloglovin is a place for people to follow all their favorite blogs in one place and to discover new blogs they may be interested in. It’s free to use and a great way to get your blog discovered and followed by others. When members follow your blog on Bloglovin, every post you create will appear in their feed to drive traffic to your blog.
Once you sign up and sync your blog to Bloglovin, your blog posts will be added to Bloglovin automatically. How easy and great is that?! Bloglovin also has an Influencer Network you can join to find brands who may want to work with you.
Medium is an online publishing platform where people can share ideas and stories, including blog posts. It connects writers with readers for their content, and you can even earn money through the Medium Partner Program when subscribing members read your work!
Mix (formerly StumbleUpon) is a free content curation site you can use to collect web articles by adding them to Collections you create for your different interests.
You can add your blog posts to your Collections as well as add content from other people. Others can do the same and add your content to their Collections too. This is a great way to get your blog shared and discovered by new people!
Flipboard is a free website that collects and displays content with Magazines of related articles. Create Magazines and add content by “flipping” articles into your Magazines. You can do this with your own content by entering the URL or by submitting an RSS feed to become a Publisher.
PINTEREST Best Blogging Tools
Pinterest is a HUGE source of traffic for blogs and websites! Countless bloggers credit Pinterest for their success in getting their content seen and driving massive traffic to their sites. And the best part, Pinterest is free!
If you don’t want to spend all day every day Pinning on Pinterest to try to get people to visit your blog, I recommend using Tailwind to schedule your Pins and automate your Pinning.
In addition to saving time with bulk scheduling Pins, Tailwind also has other super helpful tools, such as Tribes, interval scheduling, Board Lists, and more. Definitely check it out! You can try Tailwind for free with your first 100 Pins.
If you want to stick to manual Pinning or try a mixed strategy with both manual and scheduled Pinning, see the Pinteresting Strategies Course below. And for more about using Tailwind with Pinterest to drive traffic to your blog, check out my Pinterest for Blogging Ultimate Guide post!
Pinterest is one of those things I’ve spent countless hours researching. And I thought I had a good understanding of how to use Pinterest to drive traffic to my website.
But after months of pitiful blog traffic numbers, I accepted the fact that maybe I didn’t know as much as I thought. I needed help and finally decided to invest in the Pinteresting Strategies course other bloggers were swearing by.
I didn’t know what it could possibly teach me that I didn’t already know. But… then I took the course and WHOAH! There was so much helpful information I had never even heard of or thought of before. And the course is super affordable. I highly recommend it!
41. Pin Groupie
Group Pinterest boards may not be as beneficial as they once were, but it doesn’t hurt to get more exposure for your pins. An easy way to find group boards to join is to use Pin Groupie.
Just enter a niche or keyword to search, and it’ll pull up the matching group boards as well as show you the number of board followers, contributors, and pins. Click on the board name to see the board description. Most will have instructions for how to be added to the group board as a contributor.
But some group boards have a “Request to Join” buttons making it easy to join them. You can even filter the Pin Groupie results by “Request to Join Button” in the Extras filter to specifically look for those group boards.
The Pinterest Keyword Tool is a free tool for finding keywords with Pinterest. Just type in your topic, and it will generate popular keywords and phrases.
SOCIAL MEDIA Best Blogging Tools
Get your content shared on social media to grow your social media following and also increase traffic to your site! With the Monarch Social Media plugin, you can choose from more than 20 social sharing networks to display on your website to create custom sharing options for your visitors.
You also have the option to add sharing buttons in 5 different locations: floating sidebar, above and/or below content, on images and videos, pop-ups, or fly-ins. The Monarch social media plugin is included with the Divi Theme and integrates nicely with it, making it easy to have social sharing buttons throughout your site.
The Sassy Social Share plugin is another social sharing plugin. This free plugin makes it easy to insert sharing buttons anywhere you can use a shortcode.
I use Later to schedule my Instagram posts. It helps to be able to preview how the posts will look in my Instagram feed to keep a cohesive and balanced effect.
I also like that I can upload photos from my phone but type up my posts on my computer. So much easier than trying to type on my phone!
And the saved caption tool is also super handy for hashtags I use frequently. There’s a free plan as well as premium plans for more scheduling options.
The free Better Click to Tweet plugin gives your blog readers an easy way to share your content on Twitter with a quote and a link to your content using a simple shortcode.
EMAILING Best Blogging Tools
As a blogger, building an email list is crucial for your success! That’s where the Bloom email opt-in plugin comes in. This email opt-in and lead generation plugin will help grow your following with easy to design email opt-in forms for your WordPress website.
You can choose from 6 different display types for the forms: pop-up, fly-in, in-line, below content, widget area, and unlock content. And you can use any of the 100+ pre-made templates or customize your own. There are plenty of customization options!
The Bloom email opt-in plugin is included with the Divi Theme and integrates nicely with both the theme as well as with MailerLite for your email marketing. Talk about easy! Integrations are the best!
Once you build an email list, you need to keep in contact with your subscribers by emailing them regularly. When I was looking for an email marketing service, it felt like they were all missing something and/or too expensive.
That was until I found MailerLite! I wanted something affordable that would allow me to create visually appealing emails beyond basic text emails while also being able to segment subscribers easily. Enter MailerLite!
There’s a free version up to 1,000 subscribers, but the paid plans beyond that are still super affordable! You can also create landing pages, popups, surveys, and embeddable opt-in forms with MailerLite.
And to top it off, MailerLite integrates with other tools I use, such as the Divi Theme, Bloom email opt-in plugin, and WooCommerce. This makes it super easy to manage everything! And there’s also an app now for easy access on the go. I’m so happy I found MailerLite!
Another popular email marketing service used by many pro bloggers is ConvertKit. You can now use ConvertKit for FREE for up to 500 subscribers! Give both MailerLite and ConvertKit a try to see which email marketing service provider you like best.
How many emails do you get a day? And how many of those emails do you actually open? When you’re sending emails to your subscribers, you want to use attention-grabbing, click-worthy subject lines to entice people to open your emails. The free CoSchedule Email Subject Line Tester helps you write the best subject lines for your emails to ensure higher open rates.
E-COMMERCE Best Blogging Tools
If you want to have an online shop to sell things with your self-hosted WordPress site, the free WooCommerce plugin is a must! It makes it easy to set up your online shop and products, and it even integrates with the Divi Theme and MailerLite! I use WooCommerce to sell digital products that my customers can download from Google Drive.
AFFILIATE MARKETING Best Blogging Tools
Rakuten (formerly Ebates) gives you cash back on online purchases as well as cash back on select in-store purchases as well as at some restaurants. It’s literally one of my favorite things in life!
I feel like whenever I talk about it, I sound like an infomercial because I just love it so much! Rakuten is one of the only (if not the only) things that sounds too good to be true, but actually is true!
I get a check every quarter for the money I’ve earned back on my purchases and have made more than $1,000 cash back over the years since shopping with Rakuten! Anything I can buy online, I buy online, and I do it with Rakuten to get cash back.
And not only do I love Rakuten for personal use, but it also has a great referral program! For each qualifying referral you send to Rakuten, you’ll earn $25. Plus, it’s completely free to join and use. If you’re not already using Rakuten, you should start immediately. It will change your life!
54. CJ Affiliate
CJ Affiliate is also an affiliate marketplace with thousands of companies you can partner with to earn a commission by promoting their products or services, including Namecheap, Grammarly, Hotels.com, and more.
With soooo many products available on Amazon to choose from, there’s something for everyone with Amazon. When you become an Amazon Associate, you can promote and potentially earn a commission for any of the items listed on Amazon. This makes it a no-brainer when it comes to affiliate programs to join.
56. Ultimate Bundles
Ultimate Bundles is a site that curates themed collections of digital products (eBooks, eCourses, etc.) and offers them at a deeply discounted price for a limited time. This is a great affiliate program to join and promote the killer bundle deals!
You may have used tinyurl.com, bit.ly, or other link shrinking services at some point to shorten URLs. Well, the Shortlinks by Pretty Links plugin lets you shorten URLs by creating a custom URL using your own domain name.
It’s great for affiliate links or other long, ugly links to other sites. The plugin also tracks the number of clicks on the custom URLs you create and provides a report of where the hit came from and more. This is especially helpful for tracking your affiliate links.
ANALYTICS & SITE MONITORING Best Blogging Tools
58. Google Analytics
Google Analytics is key for monitoring your site traffic – where your site visitors are coming from and what blog posts and pages your site visitors are most interested in. You can use this information to determine where to focus your time for promoting your content.
You can also use the data to figure out which topics are most popular to then create additional related content. Put the information from Google Analytics to work for you and use it to drive more traffic to your site!
Google Analytics helps you analyze your data. And the MonsterInsights plugin gives you a snapshot of your Google Analytics data right on your WordPress dashboard for easy access.
The free PageSpeed Insights tool by Google will analyze the speed and performance of your site. It will also give suggestions to help your site speed. It’s super easy to use PageSpeed Insights. Just enter your domain name and hit “Analyze.”
61. Google Alerts
You can use Google Alerts to monitor the web for new content that mentions certain words or phrases you designate and be notified about it. For example, you can set it up to notify you if your blog name is mentioned. This can let you know if your blog was linked to on another site. Who doesn’t love knowing when their content has been referenced?
OTHER Best Blogging Tools
If you include links to outside sources in your blog posts, those links can change or the info the links lead to can be removed. You don’t want to direct your site visitors to a non-existent source.
That’s where the Broken Link Checker plugin comes in. It will notify you if any links on your site are no longer working, so you can fix them. It will also let you know if any images are missing.
63. Anti-Spam Plugin
The Anti-Spam plugin is just that. It’s a free plugin that blocks automatic spam in the comments section of your blog. You don’t want your real site visitors to see spam comments.
That could be a deterrent that prevents them from leaving real comments. So be sure to use a plugin to block spam comments from being left on your blog.
Akismet is another popular anti-spam plugin. You can name your price for a personal, non-commercial plan.
Wrapping Up Best Blogging Tools
Whew… that was a lot! There are so many different tools and resources for blogging. It can be overwhelming and hard to know which ones you should use. Hopefully, this list gives you some good blogging tools to try out and start implementing in your blogging strategy.
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