5 Best Writing and Editing Tools for a Blogger


Are you looking for tips to generate plagiarism-free content for your website? Here are some great tips to follow.

Blogging is difficult to work. You have to churn content out on a regular basis with very little help. But it isn't enough to deliver on the quantity factor. Your readers expect quality as well. They want to consume posts that stimulate the mind, not to mention educating them on matters of which they were previously ignorant.

Most bloggers have the skill required to produce high-quality content. However, most bloggers do not have what it takes to produce high-quality content in large quantities, not on a regular basis. And the fact that they try so hard to do just that using old fashioned means is tragic because there are so many online tools that would make their lives so much easier.

There is no point in toiling to produce top quality blog posts on your own when you can improve your efficiency and the quality of your work by using the internet. Just consider these tools. They are some of the best writing and editing programs any blogger could ever want:

Dynalist


Dynalist is an organizational tool. If you struggle to arrange your ideas into the sort of orderly format required to produce decent articles and blog posts, Dyanlist will bring some much-needed organization to your thoughts. The tool is basically an advanced notepad. You can use it to record your ideas in a list format.

You can also categorize these lists under headings and sub-headings depending on the content you want to produce. You can even add media files if you need help tracking them. If that was all Dynalist could do, it wouldn't deserve a place on this list.

But it takes things a step further but giving you the means to create content on its platform. The content editor it provides is decent, not quite as advanced as a specialized content editor, but adequate none the less.

Copycrafter's plagiarism checker


Copycrafter.net writes papers for people. It employs academic experts who produce content from scratch. They are assigned supervisors who ensure that papers are not only accurate but distinct. CopyCrafter promises its clients plagiarism-free content.

While you can rely on them to produce high-quality work, the website also provides a plagiarism-checker on its platform. People think that plagiarism is only a problem for academic work. But that isn't true. The success bloggers attract is dependent on the rank their content attains after it has been vetted by Google's Algorithm.

And in case you weren't aware, Google frowns upon plagiarism. The search engine elevates distinct content. Without that elevation, bloggers cannot thrive. This is why copycrafter's anti-plagiarism software is so important. It will help you produce the sort of content that Google will rank positively.

Cliche Finder


If plagiarism is bad for bloggers, cliches are probably even worse. Plagiarism will encourage Google to ignore your online content. But readers can still stumble upon it by accident. And the chances of them recognizing the plagiarism in your blog posts are very low.

However, while you can get away with plagiarism as a blogger, the same cannot be said for cliches. Readers hate cliches in writing. They make content boring and uninspiring to read. And the last thing you want is for your blog to develop a negative reputation among readers. Once that happens, your Google rankings won't matter.

This is why Cliche Finder is such a god-send for the average blogger. As the name suggests, the tool will find all the tired and over-used cliches in your writing, giving you the opportunity to eliminate them.

Evernote


Evernote always comes up in conversations like this because it has been around for such a long time. The tool is basically an online notebook. Because it exists on the cloud, you can access it from any location. Compatible with a wide variety of devices and platforms, Evernote's most defining attribute is the feature that allows you to take audio notes.

In other words, you don't have to type to record your writing and editing thoughts. Record your voice and listen to it later on.

StayFocused


StayFocused is a lifesaver for bloggers in the 21st Century. This is because, as its name suggests, it is designed to keep its users focused on the task of writing. If you love blogging but the internet keeps distracting you and, as a result, you keep missing your deadlines, StayFocused will block all the social media platforms and websites that tend to divert you from your work.


Article by Tony John
Tony John is a professional blogger from India, who started his first Weblog in 1998 at Tripod.com. Tony switched to blogging as a passion blended business in the year 2000 and currently operates several popular web properties including IndiaStudyChannel.com, Techulator.com, dotnetspider.com and many more.

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Comments

Author: Umesh21 Feb 2020 Member Level: Platinum   Points : 6

An excellent sketch of some of the prominent writing and editing tools available to the bloggers today. This is definitely a useful article for many of us.

There are millions of blogpost and articles being submitted by the writers and prospective writers daily on the internet in many forums and sites. As most of them are mediocre work, they get ignored and cornered soon by the existing sorting algorithms based on SEO or other techniques. At the same time, there are a few which get noticed by the readers as well as the search engines and big sites whose business is based on quality information and assimilation. As a blogger, one has to aspire for that type of writing and finished work which gets noticed at that level. So, using the tools suggested in this article is one way to achieve it but the ultimate acceptance would depend solely on the original ideas woven in newer styles and formats. A writer or blogger has to invent newer ways of writing with innovative methods and radical ideas to attract the attention of the readers in the ocean of internet which is expanding at a very high rate. If our content is not impressive, valuable and effective for the prospective reader, it would be lost in the crowd.

Author: Dr. Paresh Gujarati25 Feb 2020 Member Level: Gold   Points : 2

I agree with the author on using tools available on the internet when it comes to the content and its grammar aspects while dealing with the huge competition in today's blogging or the content-driven world. I personally use Grammarly for checking the spelling and grammar for all my posts. Evernote is also one of the best tools used by most of the bloggers for note-taking and related activities.

Author: Sharada04 Mar 2020 Member Level: Gold   Points : 2

The best suggestions are always welcome. A leader takes care of his team members in all the spheres. You have been a live example through this article.
I have no problem with spellings but to mix the words and mould it into sentences is really an art. Thanks for this article helping us to take the right path.



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