Improve Your Content Writing Skills With These 4 Tools
Today I have some content writing resources to help you improve your influence and productivity. Here’s four links with tips and tricks to kick start your work week.
Quality content is important when it comes to attracting new subscribers and followers. There are several great resources available to make your writing stand out like a pro, and create winning articles without the need for outsourcing. Would you like to improve your blog, social media posts, and books for better visibility? Take advantage of these tools, and let me know how these work for you!
1) Better business emails – Email Excellence
In order to attract new leads your business needs a professional email. Email Excellence provides helpful tools and templates to help you to write specifically to your target market. For example, create an email that prompts the reader to take action or deliver hot tips and tricks to your contacts. The sample templates are free with paid training available.
2) Get professional writing advice – ProWritingAid
If you need a better way of formulating and editing your content then you will enjoy this all-in-one resource. ProWritingAid allows you to check grammar, style, and improve your writing. Editing tools include style guides, word context, and finding errors. The website’s tutorials will strengthen your skills as well as provide helpful suggestions.
3) Transform research into writing – Airstory
You’ve done the hard work of thorough research, but don’t have time to formulate the text. Airstory provides the help that you need to write better blog posts, news articles, and more. Use their boards to organize notes, which can then be dropped into your project. Add this tool to Chrome in order to capture and add URLs to your notes as well as organizing your content with their drag and drop tools.
4) Reverse online dictionary – OneLook
Get the exact definition of a particular word from multiple resources. OneLook helps you to find the right text to use for your articles and other content. The tool sifts through over 19 million words and 1,000 online dictionaries, then indexes the results in their own search engine. Add this to your favorite browser and get free access to definitions and terms.
Hopefully you will find these business writing tools useful for your content strategy. Are there any that you would like to add as well?
Have fun with these tips and tools.
This article originally appeared on Susan Gilbert and has been republished with permission.
By Susan Gilbert, first published at https://www.business2community.com/content-marketing/improve-your-content-writing-skills-with-these-4-tools-02405045 May 13, 2021