11 Tools to Advance  Content Creation

By Boldist | April 27, 2018


Creating original content is one of the best ways to get in the good graces of the Google gods. The following content tools are proven to help create great content and streamline the writing process.

1. Quora

Quora provides a moderated community of experts in nearly every subject. It’s perfect for diving deeper into a topic instead of sharing the same abbreviated version in other content.

2. Pocket

Pocket is the Pinterest of online content. It allows you to stay in the loop on news and industry-related content, while also allowing you to save articles for later reading.

3. Google Trends

Google Trends reveals the amount of public interest in your topic, helps with the ever-important SEO factor, and teaches you what people are currently searching for.


Help A Reporter Out helps journalists scope out their next topic. It provides a hearty database of sources for upcoming stories and allows you to feature in others’ to build your reputation.

5. CoSchedule Headline Analyzer

Don’t hinder amazing content with crappy headlines. This tool breaks down headlines by SEO and social share potential, so you can optimize for the most clicks.

6. Hemingway App

The Hemingway App provides color-coordinated edits and helpful suggestions to make your writing easier to read. Try to keep your Hemingway score at a 9th grade reading level or below.

7. Answer  the Public

Your content should answer questions your audience is asking. Answer the Public reveals what your target audience is looking up, so you can create content that engages them.

8. The Thesaurus

The thesaurus is awesome because it helps writers avoid becoming stale and repetitive. Plus, why not enliven your writing and make sure you’re using the perfect word for every context?

9. Buzzsumo

Buzzsumo makes it easy to find viral content based on keywords, so you can curate strategic content and take advantage of trending topics.

10. Google Drive

With Google Drive, you get 15 GB of online storage, and anyone you want can access your files online. Teams can collaborate, comment, edit and review version history.

11. Quip

Similar to Google Suite, Quip is a project management tool for putting everyone’s heads together. This collaborative software lets your team create, share, comment on, and edit documents.

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