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10 Best Content Writing Tools to Write Killer Blog Posts

Can you create content which is always interesting to the readers? Is it possible to reach the target all the time? The answer is simple: yes, you can. It might be a tiring task if you do it all by yourself. However, if you opt for using special tools, the task of creation of excellent content can stop being a pain every writer experiences on a regular basis and turn into a fun and exciting thing to do.

So, what are these tools we are talking about? We will talk about them in a minute in our article. So, if it sounds like something you want to master, then read on and get all the valuable information you need.

10 Amazing Content Writing Tools

Videos

Every content writer should be aware of the fact that readers find videos easier to comprehend. So, whenever they have a chance to watch a video on a given topic instead of reading a long piece (no matter how talented and experienced the author behind it is), they will opt for a video. There is nothing surprising about it: we have to digest so much written information on a daily basis that watching a video is a much better alternative which saves us effort and brings the same results. Besides, they are bright and engaging. So, what’s not to like about them?

All you need to make a good video is a camera, a video editor, and an Internet access to upload it to your YouTube channel. Do not be afraid that this requires a lot of technical knowledge. The thing is that most video editors were developed in such a way that beginners can easily navigate them and find all the features they need. As you get used to working in such programs, you will be able to understand more complicated software.

Grammarly

This tool is one of the best proofreading services online. The system was developed in such a way that writers can upload texts they created and have the software correct all the mistakes. The best part is that it does not fix everything automatically but rather points out the possible errors and when needed, offers a better alternative. So, you can see what mistakes you make often and work on preventing them. Grammarly helps you correct your grammar, punctuation, and find better words in some situations. It is a real must have for any writer.

Hemingway

Another brilliant assistant when it comes to crafting perfect content. As you understand, good articles are the ones which you can read easily without stumbling over every second word trying to figure out what an author really wanted to say. That is where Hemingway application can be a real help to you.

It helps writers improve readability of their texts by pointing out what parts are heard to read as well as which words have simpler alternatives. Thus, instead of reading the text and double-checking it yourself, you can have this tool save your precious time.

Google Docs

Even though not all users realize the potential of Google Docs, they can be a fantastic tool in a writers’ arsenal. First of all, they can track all the changes made in the text, step by step. Second, of all, a writer can start right where they stopped the last time. So, no matter where you were writing, you can easily get back on track. And also, it can correct some grammar mistakes and fix the punctuation errors whenever noticed in the text. So, use it to simplify the process of creation of killer content!

Ebooks

If you run your own blog and have a series of blog posts, then you can put them all in a single ebook. There are different formats which only depend on the target audience you choose. Such books do not take too much time to organize: just bear in mind that it should not be too long, must contain interesting chapters with catchy titles, and offer the readers tons of useful information. Check out Lulu and PapyrusEditor for more details and guidance.

Meme Generator

If you use the Internet at all, you will not be surprised to see this point on the list. Memes are fun pictures which mostly have famous people with particular expressions on them. Usually, there is a picture of a person in front of a background and some comments. You do not have to be a guru of design to create such images. Besides, with tools like Meme Generator or Quick Meme, one can create them in no time at all. So, think of adding memes to your blog to make readers love your content.

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“How-to” articles

There is no tool to craft such articles, but you should realize the potential “how-to” content has. One of the main reasons people go online is to find answers to their questions. So, creating pieces which offer a solution to a particular problem step by step is exactly what you need in this case.

Just make sure to add enough visual material to illustrate your ideas step by step to help your readers walk with you in your explanation of an issue.

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Infographics

There is probably not a person who has not used them at one point or another. But if there is, you should know that these are pictures with information and schemes on them. They often get wildly popular, especially if done tastefully.

The only problem is that they might cost you a fortune when done using special tools. Thus, it might be a good option for people familiar with design or for big companies able to pay money for such services.

Nevertheless, we highly recommend you using this tool as well.

Text-to-speech converters

It is not a tool which helps your readers but something you need as a writer. After you finish writing, you should revise the paper. And even though there are great tools to fix some grammar and punctuation mistakes out there, hearing your mistakes thanks to this useful tool is priceless. Make sure to convert your text to speech and listen to it. It will help you understand what places in the text need your special attention, what words are missing, and which paragraphs should be reviewed. Do not miss an opportunity to upgrade your text with the help of this tool.

Link list

Finally, users love it when you introduce useful links to them. Just make a list of links from all over the web which lead to some relevant content either on your site or on other great blogs in the neighboring niches. However, make sure not to provide the links to the blogs of your business rivals. It will bring no good to you and your business.

If you feel like you need a special boost in the process of content creation, then this information is exactly what you need. These simple tools are loved by many users and they will turn any ordinary content into a killer one. So, why not start using them right now?

Author Bio – Lori Wade is a freelance content writer who is interested in a wide range of spheres from education and online marketing to entrepreneurship. She is also an expert in proofreading services online, so you can apply for help if you need. Also, if you are interested in writing, you can find her on Twitter or Google+ or find her on other social media. Read and take over Lori’s useful insights!
Saurabh
 

I am Saurabh, working as webmaster and content writer at ALL DIGITAL TRENDS and Techibhai. I love to interact with minded blogger and write about SEO, Web design, Development trick and much more.

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pvariel - a few months ago

Hi Lori,
Happy to see you on Saurabh’s page.
A good collection of tools you shared here.
I am using some of the tools mentioned in this list on a regular basis.
Others I will check and use.
Thanks for sharing.
Thanks Saurabh for bringing Lori on our esteemed pages.
May you both have a great time ahead.
Keep sharing
Best Regards,
~ Philip

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Fabi Blogger - a few months ago

Would you be able to supply the links to Grammarly, Hemingway, text-to-speech converters and infographics tool? That would make this post so much better!

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    Saurabh - a few months ago

    Hi Fabi,

    Thanks for dropping your valuable comment here, I have added the link to Grammarly, Hemingway, and text-to-speech converter tool and for infographic creation, you can use piktochart, canva online tool.

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      Fabi Blogger - a few months ago

      Great! I already use Grammarly, Hemingway, and Canva, but the other links are surely very valuable for any blogger, including myself.

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Naman Kumar - a few months ago

Hi Saurabh
I use Grammarly and Hemingway application and they both really help. Other tools are also good, will start using them too. Thanks for the post and sharing the tips.

TEXT-TO-SPEECH CONVERTERS also helps in proofreading.

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soulsensecoaching - a few months ago

What a fantastic list of very helpful tools for every blogger. I really do need to start using Grammarly, thanks for the link.

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Mini - a few months ago

Amazing article. Some really nice info. Grammarly is a great tool indeed. I haven’t used Hemingway app till now. I’ll try it as soon as possible.

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Divya @ Eat. Teach. Blog. - a few months ago

As a reader, I actually prefer text to video! A lot of times, I’m at work and listening to a video becomes a lot more challenging because I don’t want to disrupt my officemates. I guess you just gotta find what works for your readers by analyzing what specific posts are doing well and trying to figure out why those specific posts have been the most successful.

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Jacqueline - a few months ago

Nice post with great ideas. Some of these I already use, but I’ve found some new ideas for my blog. The information was extremely useful.

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Heidi - a few months ago

I love Grammarly and use Google Docs for my freebie printables. I’ve heard of Hemingway I’ll have to look into it. Thanks for the info

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retlync - a few months ago

I’ve been using Grammarly for months now and its really helpful for me. Would love to try using Hemingway soon hihi

xoxo,
Rets

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Shakirah (Iman) - a few months ago

I need to get back into using Grammarly. I gave up using it because it made me feel like I was still in school, but soon I’ll be back in school so might as well get back on board.

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annalisanuttall - a few months ago

Thank you this is really helpful. xx

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Ankita Arya - a few months ago

Though I have used many tools and still I am on with it.. Hemingway is something new to me.. I am going to look into the tool now!!

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Jacqueline - a couple of months ago

I’ve used grammarly and google docs. I don’t use a lot of tools per say. Hemingway is a new name to me.

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ShaBree - a couple of months ago

This is a great list. I use quite a few of these. Will be checking out the rest.

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Tiffany Meiter - a couple of months ago

I haven’t fully gotten into the videos yet. I know they are huge, but for me personally 90% of the time I prefer to read. It is something I should explore though. I definitely will need to check out the Meme Generator! That’s a great fun addition.

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Jenny - a couple of months ago

I keep hearing about grammarly. I need to try it. I have the worst grammar. Thanks for the reminder.

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Anthony - last month

Hey, thanks my friend, I use some of these tools mention in your article, I have to say Hemingway is my favorite. Thanks again.

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Hussain Omar - last month

Hey Lori and Saurabh,
This is really a great list that any content writer use, to get the word out.
Already using most of them, just need to check the other ones.

Thanks for sharing!

Regards
Hussain

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