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How much time do you spend writing content? If you are taking the time to optimize your website, you probably know how important it is to consistently add content to your site. Successful content is fresh, relevant and useful to your target audience. Luckily, there are some great writing applications that will help you write more efficiently and effectively, streamlining your efforts.

 

    • GrammarlyGrammarly is a web application that offers help to writers by providing grammar and spelling checks and allows webmasters to check for plagiarism or duplicate content. It goes above and beyond spelling and grammar checks that your typical word processors offer, checking your content against over 250 grammar rules. Also, Grammarly will check your writing style. If you use Chrome as a browser, you can download the Grammarly app and receive instant spelling and grammar suggestions when you are writing online – for example, when you are writing a comment, post or email.

 

    • Draft Draft is a web application that embraces writing collaboration and version control. This means that you can receive feedback from peers and editors and afterward, go through their changes and choose to accept the edit. When someone collaborates with you their changes are not added to your draft, allowing you to review edits line by line so you can choose what you would like to keep. Draft also offers Hemingway Mode, a feature you can use that encourages a “write first, edit later” frame of mind that only allows you to write more. You must continue to write without being able to go back and edit your work. When you are done writing you can continue in normal mode.

 

    • OmmWriter This is a neat web app that works on Mac, PC and the iPad, and it was created to offer a “zen like” writing experience for users. OmmWriter can be likened to a small private writing area where you can shut out distractions and focus on writing productively. Ommwriter provides you with audio tracks and backgrounds each for the mood you are in so you can control your ambiance.

 

    • • Word Book– Word book is available for iPhone and Android users. It helps you write by working as a dictionary and a thesaurus for you as you write. Word Book provides you with the etymological information on words, and check your spelling with suggestions that pop up. You also get to use a thesaurus and link words together semantically, and you can manage bookmarks and your history.

 

    • Coffitivity According to research, it can be difficult for writers to create content in a space that is devoid of background noise. Coffitivity provides writers who enjoy writing at Starbucks the background noise of a coffee shop. Its a useful app that can allow you to write more effectively or even overcome writer’s block.

 

    • If This Then ThatOK, its not an app, but the web service “If This Then That” allows you to create “recipes” that can help new businesses and aspiring writers automate some of their efforts when it comes to promoting blogs with social media. For example, you can automatically send Pinterst Pins to Tumblr of WordPress, or set up an RSS feed to capture new content you would be interested in and could use as research material for your own writing.

 

  • EvernoteLast but not least is Evernote, an application that can allow you to keep track of virtually anything. It is a great application for writers, allowing you to collect notes and research from any site on the Internet, or handwritten notes that you have scanned or captured on picture. You can become a more proficient writer by organizing the things you like to read, and storing any notes you have taken securely.

How much time do you spend writing content? If you are taking the time to optimize your website, you probably know how important it is to consistently add content to your site. Successful content is fresh, relevant and useful to your target audience. Luckily, there are some great writing applications that will help you write more efficiently and effectively, streamlining your efforts.

 

    • GrammarlyGrammarly is a web application that offers help to writers by providing grammar and spelling checks and allows webmasters to check for plagiarism or duplicate content. It goes above and beyond spelling and grammar checks that your typical word processors offer, checking your content against over 250 grammar rules. Also, Grammarly will check your writing style. If you use Chrome as a browser, you can download the Grammarly app and receive instant spelling and grammar suggestions when you are writing online – for example, when you are writing a comment, post or email.

 

    • Draft Draft is a web application that embraces writing collaboration and version control. This means that you can receive feedback from peers and editors and afterward, go through their changes and choose to accept the edit. When someone collaborates with you their changes are not added to your draft, allowing you to review edits line by line so you can choose what you would like to keep. Draft also offers Hemingway Mode, a feature you can use that encourages a “write first, edit later” frame of mind that only allows you to write more. You must continue to write without being able to go back and edit your work. When you are done writing you can continue in normal mode.

 

    • OmmWriter This is a neat web app that works on Mac, PC and the iPad, and it was created to offer a “zen like” writing experience for users. OmmWriter can be likened to a small private writing area where you can shut out distractions and focus on writing productively. Ommwriter provides you with audio tracks and backgrounds each for the mood you are in so you can control your ambiance.

 

    • • Word Book– Word book is available for iPhone and Android users. It helps you write by working as a dictionary and a thesaurus for you as you write. Word Book provides you with the etymological information on words, and check your spelling with suggestions that pop up. You also get to use a thesaurus and link words together semantically, and you can manage bookmarks and your history.

 

    • Coffitivity According to research, it can be difficult for writers to create content in a space that is devoid of background noise. Coffitivity provides writers who enjoy writing at Starbucks the background noise of a coffee shop. Its a useful app that can allow you to write more effectively or even overcome writer’s block.

 

    • If This Then ThatOK, its not an app, but the web service “If This Then That” allows you to create “recipes” that can help new businesses and aspiring writers automate some of their efforts when it comes to promoting blogs with social media. For example, you can automatically send Pinterst Pins to Tumblr of WordPress, or set up an RSS feed to capture new content you would be interested in and could use as research material for your own writing.

 

  • EvernoteLast but not least is Evernote, an application that can allow you to keep track of virtually anything. It is a great application for writers, allowing you to collect notes and research from any site on the Internet, or handwritten notes that you have scanned or captured on picture. You can become a more proficient writer by organizing the things you like to read, and storing any notes you have taken securely.

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