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free content writing tools.

Free Content Writing Tools

 

 

When it comes to communicating, some have an easier time with it than others will. Some have no problem talking to one or a few people but may find it hard if not impossible to speak to a stadium of people. Then there are those that have no problems with dealing with public speaking.

People’s writing skills can also fall into the same kind of category. Many factors can determine why people have certain skill levels.

Publishing content on a website requires a lot of grammar and sentence structure. Depending on the type of site will also take into account the writing skill techniques to used. For instance, a professional site has more of an extensive vocabulary for content. Your average business site will get away with less in their sentence structure.

The bottom line is, you need to create your content to come across as genuine, and targeted to the topic as you can. You need to use the best sentence structure and pronunciation you can for the readers.

The best way I know how to achieve this is by using all the help I can get. We all tend to struggle one way or another with writing content. When publishing content on your site, this article free content writing tools should help.

I’ve supplied a list of sites that may help depending on what you need help with while writing. Some you’ll find helpful and others you may never use.

Title writing tools

Title Case
Headline Analyzer

Writing productivity tools

Focus Writer
Calmly Writer
StayFocused
The Most Dangerous Writing App
Ilys
Otranscribe

Style and grammar tools

Hemingway Editor
ProWritingAid
Grammar Girl
UK vs. US spelling
Wordcounter
Thesaurus.com
Grammarly
Cliche Finder

SEO writing tools

Yoast WordPress Plugin
SERP title tool

Collaborative writing tools

Wridea
Typewrite
Google Docs

Research & Idea Generation

Alchemy Text
Google Trends
HubSpot’s Blog Topic Generator
Portent’s Content Idea Generator
Brandwatch

Miscellaneous writing tools

Read-O-Meter
A Soft Murmur

 

Author

“I’m Travis Smithers owner and author of this site.

Travis Smithers boatingAs you can see from the image to the left, boating is something I regularly like to enjoy with friends and family on my sailboat. Having an online business gives me the opportunity to pursue my passions.

What passions would you like to pursue that makes you happy? Join me and thousands of others who choose to make a difference in our and other people’s lives.

Oh! By the way love having comments and shares and look forward to seeing all those of you that join me for having an online business to follow your DREAMS!”

 


12 Comments

Izzul

August 2, 2016 at 2:01 pm

Hey there travis, there are some golden nuggets for content creation that you provides there, those link are surely gonna be useful for online or freelance writer out there and surely its going to benefit me. Thanks for the help travis, gonna check that out sooner or later because i am aiming to improve my seo and website too.

    Travis

    August 3, 2016 at 11:08 am

    Glad you found it could come in handy. I find some of the programs pretty good, so I thought I would share them and more just in case there were some other people are looking for easier ways to spruce up their content. Most people will not use all of them but even if one can save time and make it simpler to create content than that great.

Josh

September 19, 2016 at 11:42 am

Woah Man!!!
Is today my lucky day or what? I simply cannot believe how you’ve managed to create such an amazing and helpful article. Where were you all my life?

I am absolutely going to bookmark this for future reference and there are so many resources that I could start using right away.

Travis, I cannot thank you enough for sharing these awesome resources.

    Travis

    September 19, 2016 at 8:49 pm

    I find when you’re trying to keep up with all the different things that are required to run an online business that saving people time with extra resources they may need makes sense. Too many times you can end up losing a lot of time trying to create your posts and come up with proper content, so I put this together to help make things easier for people.

    Nice to hear this came in handy for you, and there will be more resources to follow as I keep researching and finding other sites out to help others with their sites.

      Josh

      September 23, 2016 at 3:40 pm

      Thanks Travis,
      I added your website to my Feedly so that I don’t miss out on any of your posts.

        Travis

        September 23, 2016 at 6:37 pm

        Happy to hear you like what the site has to offer Josh, and there will be plenty of more posts for updates on what’s happening and what is available around the Internet for resources as this site keeps maturing.

        After using and having websites for over ten years, I finally figure I’ll let others know what I have discovered and found useful for me and pass it on to all those interested. The information can save time and money for anyone looking and especially newcomers.

Richard U.

January 15, 2017 at 7:06 pm

Hi Travis,

Thanks for the post but i have to ask; How does the most dangerous writing app works and which one is llys if you don’t me asking?.

I like how you listed them down which make it easy to identify. Quick question though; have you used any of this before? and how did it turn out?

Thanks for sharing this and i will keep an eye for your next post.

    Travis

    January 16, 2017 at 12:42 pm

    Some of these methods are pretty extreme, I have heard of people using them, but some would just make me upset. For instance, I’m not a fast typer so to use a program that times you to type out your content by word count and if you fall behind wipes out the content is not my idea of being productive. I would lose everything I wrote not making the time line. Some people use it though to make them get content down. I guess the concept is just written and clean it up after.

    The ones I use are ones that check for plagiarism, spelling, possible grammar and things like that. Ultimately the programs are only as good as the programmer can make them so they are only a guide and we still need to take the time to create and produce our content.

Shay

January 15, 2017 at 7:15 pm

Hi Travis!
The tools you have listed here are excellent. First, anyone who visits your website has options. Second, they can help a writer of any skill level, whether they are academic writer or just working on their sentence structure. I know I’ll be using Hubspots blog topic generator because I’ve always got ideas in my head that I can’t figure out how to put down on paper (or in this case, online in text).

    Travis

    January 16, 2017 at 12:48 pm

    Hi Shay, and glad I could be of some help with the content writing tools. You may discover there are also some other great free programs to use in the rest of my resource space as well.

Maxx

April 19, 2017 at 3:01 pm

What’s an amazing article that consists all the free tools? Definitely suitable for all different level of writers. I personally using Grammarly tools to improve my grammar mistakes which happened all the times. Lol, Yeah, I am not a good English writing but with the tools help, I am learning to become a better writer.

Thanks for listed down all the useful resource and definitely bookmark your page for future reference.

Thanks Man

    Travis

    April 19, 2017 at 9:00 pm

    Glad to be of some help! Creating content for websites can take a fair bit of work and having different tools available to make things faster and easier is always a good thing in my books.

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