6 Free Tools Everyone in the Content Writer Industry Should Be Using

It is not easy for a Content Writer or Content Marketer to continuously produce daily blog post in a snap of their fingers. They should start by finding the idea, seeking inspiration, brainstorming, researching, and writing, but that’s not the end as they have to edit and post the article. As you can already tell, creating content isn’t always a breeze.

Thanks to the development of technology, there are plenty of tools out there to help them in creating content much easier. In this article, we want to share some recommended free tools to help make your job in the making of content a whole lot easier, especially in creating blog posts.

  1. Flipboard
Content writer tools flipboard
flipboard.com

This site provides so many articles that tailor to your interests. You can find many topics from digital marketing to travel. Not to mention, the articles are up-to-date. You only need to sign up by either filling the form or connecting through your Facebook, Twitter, and Google accounts.

  1. Hubspot’s Blog Topic Generator
Content writer tools hubspot blog headline generator
https://www.hubspot.com/blog-topic-generator

Do you have any difficulty in making headlines for articles? Or maybe you just need to that certain angle of creativity to get the writing juices flowing? Try this! All you need to do is enter keywords that your blog focuses on and the generator will produce some title and topic ideas for you. Sounds like a dream come true, right?

3. CoSchedule

Content writer tools coschedule
https://coschedule.com/

According to washingtonpost.com, 6 in 10 people acknowledge that they have done nothing more than reading news headlines in the past week. Which means, the key is in the headlines, so your article’s headline needs to be attractive. However, how do you know that your headlines are attractive enough? Well, this tool will score your headline quality and rate its’ ability to drive social shares, traffic, and SEO value. So, after you receive the headline from the generator, you can directly check how it performs.

  1. Grammarly and Correctica
Content writer tools grammarly
https://app.grammarly.com/

 

Content writer tools corretica
correctica.com

When editing articles, you need a detail-oriented mind to catch even the most simple of grammatical errors. That’s why both Grammarly and Correctica exist to help you double or triple check your work before you decide to publish the article. Grammarly can catch grammatical errors directly on a blog post and social media content while Correctica checks the errors in emails, docs, and PDF files.

  1. Canva
Content writer tools canva
canva.com

After the article’s finished, you’ll need a feature image, right? Sometimes you want a unique and original pic, not just any stock image or google image. Unfortunately, not everyone has designing skills. For those who don’t, you can use this tool as it will help you make simple but attractive images. In addition to using some template options, you can also upload more than one image to be included.

  1. Word2cleanhtml
Content writer tools word2cleanhtml
https://word2cleanhtml.com/

If you like to make a draft blog post in Microsoft Word, Evernote, or Google Docs, then this can be very useful for you. Believe it or not, when you copy a document from Microsoft office and paste it into your content management system (CMS), there’ll be weird formatting issues with your HTML. With this tool, you can just simply paste your draft, click the button, and copy the proper HTML results. It will appear nice and clean cut on your CMS.

There are also many more tools that can help you in creating content. Hopefully, this article can be used as a reference for you creative geniuses and content writers out there. Check out other digital marketing tips here!

Sarah is a social media content writer for Sonar Platform, currently majoring in Public Relations at the London School of Public Relations, Jakarta

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Sarah is a social media content writer for Sonar Platform, currently majoring in Public Relations at the London School of Public Relations, Jakarta

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