We all need a helping hand in creating our written content. Here are my top 6 apps and software when writing (emails, newsletters, blog posts, invitations, presentations, to-do lists, secret protocols, your kids’ essays, love letters – you name it.)
Oh-so-fine is this app. Not only does it check your spelling and punctuation (hello missing comma!). But it provides you with some seriously on point suggestions to improve your copy based on the goal and the audience of the latter. No longer can I imagine my existence without this tool.
Tip: download the Grammarly keyboard on your phone. It’ll check any Insta post or Whatsapp message you write.
2. The Hemingway Editor
The app is, in a sense, similar to Grammarly. However, it focuses on simplifying your writing. By using the app, you create sharp and clearly written content.
3. LSI in lsigraph.com
LSI or Latent Semantic Indexing keywords became highly important for a copy aiming to score well in Google. Lsigraph.com is a free LSI keywords generator. It’s easy to work in a program providing the results that Google loves.
This is a fantastic online dictionary, which always comes in hand when looking for the correct translation placed in the context of a professional jargon or a particular niche.
5. The Saurus synonyms
I thought everyone was in love with this website. But surprisingly it is not yet world adored. The Saurus offers a great variety of synonymous, making your writing interesting compelling, gripping and captivating.
Looking for visual material to illustrate your post/invitation/presentation/newsletter? Canva offers a massive stock of free images. You’re welcome.
Written by A. van Eck-Samarina
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Copywriter, translator, editor. She has 7+ years experience in the field, works mostly in the creative industry.