5 Tested tools to write better content
You don't need to write perfectly to write blog posts.
Most people don’t even think about this
If you have a website, you are a publisher. If you are on social media, you are in marketing. And that means we are all writers.
- Part 1: Writing rules: How to write better (and how to hating writing less)
- Part 2: Writing rules: Grammar and usage
- Part 3: Story Rules
- Part 4: Publishing Rules
- Part 5: 13 things marketers write
- Part 6: Content tools
Weava // It has a weird name but I don’t know how I lived my life as a blogger without this. It’s a Chrome extension where you can highlight your researches in the color of your preference. It saves and organize by color in one place.
Keywords Everywhere // Another amazing extension that shows all the keywords used for any topic you search on Google, how many times is used, the related keywords and other things people searched for. Best part: Free and unlimited!
Trello // You can write your blog post direct on WordPress, I am doing this right now. But before this I use Trello to decide things like the title, put a checklist of everything I need, the links, the images. It’s my organization tool. Trello is free forever, you can make unlimited boards and cards, and also collaborate.
But if have no idea how to start
There is a Membership that teach you how to build a successful business blogging.
It teaches you how to write and make money while blogging. It help me and it can help you.
How many tabs do you have open in your browser? If you are like me you only see the icons. I use Chrome and Opera. My favorite bookmark extension is Toby. It organizes your bookmarks in tabs and collections, and it closes the open tabs while you organize. Just visit www.gettoby.com