5 FREE ONLINE WRITING TOOLS THAT WILL CHANGE YOUR LIFE



                                                  


While the world of content marketing can seem daunting at first, businesses have to publish original, compelling, high quality content to compete for customers' attention. Luckily, there are more tools than ever before at our disposal, and most of them are FREE! So here's our list of the top 5 tools you can use to polish up your content in no time...


Just copy and paste your finished piece in the box, type the code, and this nifty little scanner not only tells you what percentage of your content is original, but highlights which parts are 'Good' or 'Existing'.


CoSchedule's Headline Analyzer allows you to type in your headline and within seconds, gives you a score based on the overall quality of your headline, it SEO value, ranking in search engines and social shares. It even provides a breakdown of the analysis, providing tips on how to improve it!


3. Editing 
Although still in Beta, copy editor robot editMinion just made correcting common writing mistakes 10x easier. Simply paste your text into the box and click edit, to see weak words, adverbs, passive voice and other common mistakes highlighted. It also gives you a random writing quote for your reading pleasure.


WordCounter checks your text to tell you how many times words are repeated throughout. Perfect if you're writing in a hurry, aren't used to writing creatively or if you're concerned you're writing repetitively. 


Portent's Content Idea Generator allows you to type in your subject, and returns catchy, witty and unique content and headline ideas in a heartbeat. It even gives you the explanations behind the words. 


If you still don't have the time or the desire to sit down and write, contact us at info@writebusinessresults.com to place your content requirements in the hands of an expert you can trust.

Do you know of other free online tools to help content writers? Feel free to share below.
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