For most of us authors on Publish0x, our primary goal of writing is to provide useful information that gets seen and read by the intended audience. Several tools are available to aid any author to consistently produce content that’s useful, captivating, and professional.
These include but not in any way limited to:
- Keyword Research Tool by Answer the Public
- Headline Analyzer Tool by CoSchedule
- Spelling and Grammar Tool by Grammarly
- Free Stock Photo Websites
- News Aggregators to Keep You Informed
1. Keyword Research Tool by Answer the Public
Answer the public is a keyword research tool that aims to provide professional writers and content marketers with actionable insight into what information or topic of interest searchers are looking for on the internet.
When you input a general word or seed word and phrase into the tool, it supplies you with tons of questions and searches queries directly pulled from Google with which you can use to develop your content and answer the specific questions people are searching for. See the image below for the questions and Google search queries that pop up when I enter the word Bitcoin into the tool.
You may be wondering, why you should bother with what people are searching on Google when you’re just a normal writer earning tips on Publish0x.
Remember, people who find your article via Google search will come to read it here on Publish0x, and then you can be sure that a good number of them will be tempted to register, become members, and then of course tip the author that helped them with answers to their questions.
Given that your posts can keep earning for you, passive income for life on Publish0x it’s a wise investment to produce content that has a chance at winning a good spot on Google searches.
Check out the Answer the Public website and start using this tool to generate interesting and relevant topics today.
2. Headline Analyzer Tool by CoSchedule
Do you want to write that captivating and shareable article headline that people can’t resist but click on them? Try your hand on CoSchedule’s Keyword Analyzer.
How does the Headline Analyzer work?
Simple! Head over to the tool via this link. Enter your headline into the tool and click Analyze Now.
It will analyze the headline you entered and give you a result similar to what I have below.
A score of 70 and above is considered cool and 50 to 69 is average. Anything below that is probably an unacceptable headline by the tool’s standard.
The tool examines your headline to determine it's overall structure, grammar, and readability and assign scores based on important headline factors such as emotionally charged words, common and uncommon words, and words with a tone of power used as seen above.
Several studies have proven that great headlines get more clicks, social shares, and ultimately more people reading your articles.
Start writing killer headlines today using the CoSchedule Headline Analyzer Tool.
3. Spelling and Grammar Tool by Grammarly
Grammarly uses artificial intelligence and machine learning technology to check your content for spelling errors, grammatical errors, punctuation and wrong word choices, bad writing styles, and plagiarism and suggests appropriate replacements to help you write like a pro.
Grammarly helps professional writers, especially non-native speakers and writers of English to produce error-free, easy professional, and easy to read articles that grab attention.
Install the Grammarly browser extension today and it will help you write correctly on nearly every site on the web.
4. Free Stock Photo Websites
This list is by no means exhaustive but a perfect place to start in your search for high quality and free images to use in your posts.
Whereas custom images are better and most recommended, if you neither have the skills to create them yourself nor have the budget to use the services of a graphics designer, stock images are your best bet to finding high quality and relevant images to use in your posts.
However, I suggest you avoid using stock photos within your articles except they're highly relevant and clearly communicate the intended message(s).
5. Content (News) Aggregators
Sometimes you can find content ideas from what other people are already writing, tweeting, and sharing on the internet and one of the best ways to stay current on hot topics is to follow some good content and news aggregator websites.
Life is easier when you can find a variety of news and content related to your industry in a single place.
My favorite of the news aggregator websites is CryptoPanic – probably due to the ‘first love effect’ (it’s the first content aggregator website I found and use consistently).
Some good content aggregators for you to follow the latest news and find a sea of fresh content includes but not limited to:
There is a saying that a workman is only as good as his tools – and that’s true to a high degree.
I hope you could enhance your writing and content quality using these and many of the tools available out there.
What other tools are you using that you would love to share with us? Let’s hear from you in the comments section below.