A writer’s job is tough, especially when you’re always writing for one particular niche. You can easily run out of ideas or just burn out over time. However, these minor hindrances don’t mean you’re not passionate about the job. They just mean that you might need a bit of extra help for the time being, and there’s no shame in that.
Even if the above description doesn’t match yours at all, that doesn’t mean you wouldn’t like some extra help, at least when it comes to, say, faster research or accidental typos.To attempt and satisfy every #writing need you might have, we came up with a list of 5 #tools to help you get back on track. Click To Tweet
We’re starting the list with tools that do the most for you, and as we’re going down it, they’ll be more limited and focused only on small tasks to make things faster and easier. So, let’s get started.
Article Forge is a unique tool that promises to write the content of just as high quality as a human copywriter would for a fraction of the price. To see how well you think it functions by yourself, you can check out several article samples on their official site. The themes vary from topics like technology and business to finance and health. And they are actually quite good.
One definitive positive thing about this approach to content is that you can always make sure it’s 100% SEO optimized, and you’ll likely climb up in the rankings solely due to this. This is how the whole thing works.
You enter a keyword (secondary keywords are also available) along with the other requirements the system needs, wait 60 seconds, and that’s it. You got your article. All that’s left now is for you to dress it up a little if you feel like it needs it.
While some people may object to this content creation approach, the bottom line is what you’re all about. If you like it, try it out, if you don’t leave it to other people. When it comes to pricing, Article Forge can be yours for either 57$/mo or 27$/ if you choose to be billed annually.
Writesonic is a multi-purpose tool that can help any writer in their effort to create more effective texts. Whether that be for ads, articles, sales emails, product descriptions, or what have you. The process itself is extremely simple. All you have to do is choose a template you’re going to work with (landing page, ads, YouTube title, etc.), write a short description of what it is you need to get done, and click “Generate.” Soon enough, you’ll have about a dozen useful ideas and suggestions. After that, it’s your turn to edit and perfect your product before you launch and share it on your socials.
The entire process is controlled by a highly-sophisticated AI that analyses your inputs and performs a series of pattern-matching operations that ensure you’re always getting the best quality output. The best part about the entire thing is you no longer have to guess what might work and what might not because Writesonic knows.
When it comes to pricing, this tool offers several different plans for you to choose from. The Starter Plan costs 9.99$/mo, 50 credits, and some of the features are limited. The Professional Plan comes around to 35.60$/mo and unlimited credits. However, some of the advanced features are limited to 100 credits per month. And finally, the Business plan comes to a whopping 179.60$/mo, including every feature of the previous plan and 1000 credits for the advanced features.
WordAi is a handy tool for someone who really wants to hone their writing skill and make sure whatever they write grabs the reader’s attention. This is a very intricate app that understands every word you type out and sees them as humans. That’s why you won’t be getting any weird robotic sentences that sound like they were written by a 9-year-old playing around with a thesaurus. Instead, this tool will rewrite your text’s whole sentences to make them more readable and engaging.
When the AI readers your article for the first time, it works on the particular meaning of all of the words to provide useful synonyms for them later and make the writing indistinguishable from a human. This ability to understand what words actually mean and tell apart words in context makes great at creating titles.
In short, it rewrites your text without sounding robotic or inhuman. There are two different pricing plans to choose from. The yearly Turing plan and the monthly Turing plan. The former costs 347$ per year and the latter 49.95$ per month.
If the previous tool was a bit much for you, maybe this one will be more to your liking. Linguix is one of the highest-rated writing assistants out there. Much like the AI rewriting tool we mentioned earlier, this assistant gives recommendations based on context. And the reason why we recommend this instead of something like Grammarly is that they are better for different things. Both provide a spellchecker, but in our option, Linguix does a bit of a better job when it comes to style.
You can add it to your browser as an extension or just write in the app and hit Shift+Ctrl+Space to insert the text where you need it to be. One of the best things about this tool is that it comes with premade writing templates like email, social, essay, etc. So, whatever you write using it, will also always be formatted right and sound good.
There is a free version of this tool, but as you might expect, it’s somewhat limited. However, it’s not overly expensive if you want to purchase it either. There are two pricing plans the Personal and Business. The Personal plan costs 8$/ and the Business plan costs 10$/mo. Both prices are only valid if you choose to be billed yearly.
This tool was designed with the specific task of making your research process simpler. Genei is an AI-powered note-taking tool that summarizes texts, analyzes complicated research, and locates essential information.
The key information feature is possibly the most important one here. It uses semantic analysis to identify the most important sentences in any text and hence cuts the time you’ll be spending on research in half. This can be especially helpful for long texts that require a lot of research. You can only remember so much yourself. Plus, you’re bound to lose focus at one point if all you’re doing is reading off of a screen for hours on end. This handy helper makes sure that never happens again and that you’ll have all the information needed at your disposal at all times.
There are four different pricing plans if you’re looking to purchase this tool. They range from £4.99 per month for a Basic Plan to £29.99 per month for the Magic Lantern plan.
We hope you found our recommendations useful and that at least one of the tools is soon to become a permanent part of your writer’s toolkit. Remember, we all need help sometimes, and that’s why these tools were made in the first place. So, best of luck and happy blogging.