Writing is your drawcard.
It’s the number one tool you have at your fingertips for marketing an online business.
So it needs to be good.
You need to write compelling copy that engages readers, gets them to listen up and encourages them to buy.
Wouldn’t it be great if you could create content faster without giving up on quality?
Today I’m going to introduce you to 15 content creation apps that will make your job (and life) easier. From coming up with new content ideas, to writing content and eventually promoting it.
Let’s get straight into it.
Coming up with content ideas
This is often the most difficult step for a content creator.
And frankly, a blank page is not helping at all.
Readers are tired of the same old topics and tips. They are always expecting something out of the ordinary, life changing and breath taking. Without these catchy topics, people won’t come back for more.
So here are some sources of inspiration.
Things happen all the time, in absolutely every field. But as a writer, you can’t afford to browse tons of websites to look for interesting news. This takes too much time.
This is why Feedly exists! This web app gathers news from different websites all in one place.
Users can select the sources and sort the news by topics. After this, you only have to log in and bam – News comes to you!
Now pick up the catchiest topic one and start writing.
Then, the rest is simple as pie – start the article with the issue, suggest the solution and introduce the product that can actually sort things out. MindNote is the best place to apply this method.
This is a great method for coming up with a writing topics every day.
4. FAQ Fox
FAQ Fox gathers information from a large variety of websites.
Here is how it works – users type in a term, hit search and select the websites they want to track down. Next, the platform displays questions and answers related to that particular term.
Writers can spot the unsatisfactory answers and create a qualitative article on that topic.
This method guarantees readership!
How can you take advantage of this platform?
Read about the topics you are interested in and use them for inspiration, information, writing style, etc.
Just remember not to plagiarize!
Creating better content
Sure, marketing is kind of on auto pilot these days. But writing still requires a human mind. And yes, I know how exhausting this can be!
Fortunately, smart IT guys have invented several content creation apps to help us research, write, edit, and design content.
Below, I have chosen some of the top picks.
To read the remainng 15 Essential Content Creation Apps click the link to the original post on Jeff Bullas blog here:- http://www.jeffbullas.com/2015/07/28/15-essential-content-creation-apps/#H4D9yCmxIkJ94riJ.99
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