8 Super-Simple Tools You Can Use to Create Better Content
With so many advances in smart technology these days, marketing professionals, content creators, and their teams need to keep up with the availability of tools that help reduce their workload and maximize their output.
Yet, many don’t have the time to investigate which tools will help them the most. To help you thrive in this era of smart content, we share information about eight useful tools that can help you create more effective content and cut down on the time it takes to create it.
Start with the title
Emotional Marketing Headline Analyzer – This excellent tool allows you to measure how emotional your headlines are. You can decide which emotion you want to activate in your customers by testing various versions of your headline.
CoSchedule – We just love tools that help us write better headlines, and CoSchedule Headline Analyzer is doing it right. Simple and easy to use, you can now understand your headlines in great depth.
Check your structure
Hemingway – Insert your content into Hemingway and the tool can tell you if your text is too dense, too complex, or unreadable. Great way to reduce editing time.
Google AdWords Keyword Planner – Google has probably the best keyword tool (it should be a given that it’s the SEO ruler) that every content writer should use. This tool allows you to research keywords that you want to use in your next piece and suggests other keywords. Saves a lot of time and increases your writing’s SEO.
Google Trends – Find out if your content idea is trending using Google Trend’s technology. It shows a graph of the keywords that you intend to use in relation to their usage in Google search.
HubSpot’s Blog Topic Generator – If you’re stuck for ideas, use HubSpot’s genius tool: It allows you to input three nouns about a topic of your choice and then generates ideas for your next blog post.
Do that little bit extra
Cliché Finder – If you are writing all day, every day, it’s natural that your words may start to sound cliché. Use this simple tool to uncover which phrases have lost their impact.
Do you use any of these tools in your content marketing? Please share what you think about them and what tools you would add to the list.
This article was first published on Content Marketing Institute.