Ever thought 'Wouldn't it be amazing if there was a tool that did....' to help you with your news/blog writing? Well check out these fun finds and you might just discover it!
Here’s 4 funky little tools you might like to try out next time you’re writing your blog or news post for your website: –
- Keyword Analysis is a fundamental search engine optimization strategy. Using this keyword analysis tool you can type in your keywords and then paste in your text and your keyword density analysis will be done on the fly. No need to press submit, it updates automatically. This means that you can do all your editing within the text box, and receive live feedback about your keyword density. This is also a pretty cool tool – it does something similar but gives a report of the words used on a website too which is good for checking out how your competitors are writing simply by typing in the URL!
- Rhyming Dictionary – I love poetry so think this tool is wicked. But you know sometimes you just get stuck for the right word, or need an alternative word because you are at risk of repeating yourself? Well this is the tool for you to try out!
- Readability Test Tool – This tool provides a quick and easy way to test the readability of your writing. You can test all, or part of a web page, or simply type in your text. Try it for yourself!
- Grammar Expert – I discovered this tool aptly called Grammarly just recently. Yes, it does a similar job to Word but what’s clever is that it does this in pretty much every place you type whether it be in your WordPress web pages or blogs, emails or in your social media posts. It’s like having a teacher reading over your shoulder all the time and helping improve your work – what’s more, it’s FREE!
You probably won’t use all of these – it’s really about finding the tools that work for you and that you like and enjoy using. The more you enjoy them and find them effective the more you’ll find you use them and the better your writing will be.
So, try them out and let us know how you get on – need any help or advice – give us a shout email@example.com