15 Awesome Tools To Help You Succeed As A Content Marketing Writer

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Constantly coming up with new content for your content marketing can be a real hassle. There are just so many things to consider in order to produce the right content! Thee 15 tools will help simplify the process and help you succeed.

1. Ubersuggest

Ubersuggest is helpful for people who need to find the right SEO keywords to enhance their articles. To use the website, you type in the keyword you are working with and the site will suggest a list of similar keywords you can incorporate. Start with a keyword you know performs well on Google.

Read More: Ubersuggest Review

2. Content Idea Generator

Coming up with fresh content every week (or more frequently) can be a challenge. You can alleviate some of that stress by letting Content Idea Generator do some of the work. You type your topic into the generator and it keeps popping out idea until you find one you’re happy with.

3. Papers Gear

Paper’s Gear is another website that will let you purchase content for your blogs or articles. The writers all have advanced degrees in their areas of expertise, so they’ll be able to offer completely professional content.

4. Evernote

Think of Evernote as a home office that you keep in your phone (or tablet, computer, etc.). With Evernote, you can take notes on the go. You can also schedule events, keep track of contacts, and save files and web pages as well.

5. Feedly

Do you spend hours each week looking for content to share across your social media channels? You can save a lot of that time by using Feedly. The site lists all the latest and most relevant news in every genre.

Read More: Feedly Review

6. Hemingway Editor

Hemingway Editor will take your wordy content and help you edit it down to clear, simple sentences, like Ernest Hemingway was famous for. The site will point out run-on sentences, confusing sentences, adverb usage, and passive voice. You can then correct anything the site highlights.

7. EssayMama

Essay Mama can write you web content, blog posts, articles, social media content, and more. You can hire the site to build PowerPoint presentations or use their blog and infographics to get helpful writing tips.

8. Zamanta

Zamanta works as a go-between for your marketing content and your audience. You get real time insights from your social media channels, as well as detailed campaign analytics.

9. CoSchedule Headline Analyzer

The headline is arguably the most important part of your article or blog. It’s the thin line standing between you and your audience. CoSchedule’s Headline Analyzer will give your headline a score between 1-100 based on the effectiveness of the headline. It will also tell you which words in the title are “power words” or “unique words.” You can keep tweaking the title until you get a high score.

Read More: CoSchedule Headline Analyzer Review

10. Essay Capital

Essays Capital is a writing service where you can purchase content. Essays Capital boasts itself as the best writing service because the writers get to know your personality and what you want to be included in the writing. They pride themselves on providing writing that is indistinguishable from your own.

11. Words2CleanHTML

Do you have a Word file you need to convert to HTML? The process can be awful! You have to remove all the symbols, odd formatting, and everything else that happens when you copy and paste. But with Words2CleanHTML, your Word file will convert completely into text. No more wanting to pull out your hair!

12. Instapaper

Instapaper lets you save any article or website you find interesting so you can read it later. It also has a handy feature that lets you highlight any information you want to save for later like quotes or important statistics.

13. Ninja Essays

Ninja Essays is a custom writing service where you can order content for your blog or website and get helpful writing tips and tools. The professional writers will get to know what you’re looking for, what keywords you need, and who your audience is, and they will produce content each week.

Read More: Ninja Essays Review

14. Written? Kitten!

Admittedly, Written? Kitten! Is a pretty silly little website. You set the word count after which you want to see a new picture of a kitten. Once you hit that limit, you’ll get a fresh kitten. But it’s surprisingly helpful (and entertaining) for writers who tend to write too much.

15. Buzzsumo

Buzzsumo tells you which social media channels share your content most frequently. It can help you fine-tune your marketing efforts and focus on the right websites.

Collectively, these tools will help you build stronger content marketing campaigns and help you succeed as a content writer. This list might seem overwhelming, but feel free to start with just one of two of these websites as you think they work with your business. You’ll see a difference in your content writing immediately!

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Anna Olinger
Anna Olinger is a freelance editor from Washington, DC.
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