6 Content Writing tools you should know about…

Producing unique content is essential in the new digital age, especially if you want the right people to end up on your website. If you are struggling to come up with some fresh, relevant ideas, there are loads of online tools out there to help you get started! We’ve shortlisted a few of our favourites…

1. Portent’s Content Idea Generator

If you really want to write something unique and outside the box, think Portent’s Content Idea Generator. This nifty tool allows you to input keywords and generates a quirky and unique title for you to work with. It doesn’t work every time, but it strays away from generic titles and will help you produce interesting content that stands out. Check out this one we tried earlier…
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2. Compfight

Visual aids are a big part of content writing, and Compfight helps you rule out any pictures you can’t use for license reasons. By clicking on the ‘creative commons’ tab you can search through a range of images to suit your content – a huge help if you don’t have an account for Shuttershock (or something similar.)
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3. Piktochart

Jealous of all those fancy infographics you keep seeing around lately? Well now you can make them too… and it’s not that difficult either! Infographics are hugely sharable; make a good one one and everybody will want to share it (and link back to you, of course) so it’s a fun way to spice up your blog posts!
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4. Theasaurus

Seems simple enough, but it’s surprising how many content writers stuff there posts with the same keywords. Using a Thesaurus regularly allows your writing to become more exciting, and you’ll even end up learning and using words you never even knew about!
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5. Factbrowser

Got a great argument or idea but failing to back it up with facts or statistics? Factbrowser gives you tons of different facts daily, about almost anything, so you can always throw a few surprising facts into the equation. 49% of online ads are never viewed for example… now there’s an idea for a new blog post…

6. Keyword Planner

Google makes the world of content writing go round, and unless you’ve been hiding under a rock for the past year you’ll know keyword stuffing is a big no go. Keyword planner helps you find groups or keywords that are relevant to your content, so you can include different ones and avoid sounding like a keyword stuffed robot (we’ve all seen it). Best of all it’s free and so easy to use… you’ll never look back!

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