Feeling stuck in a rut with your writing and want to improve? Here are some tools that can help you or your team craft that perfect post or email.
The Hemingway App helps you write more clearly and concisely. Paste your text in the app or web browser, and it highlights errors in different colors to help you improve. Long sentences are highlighted in yellow, and extra-long sentences are highlighted in red. Passive voice is showed in green, and adverbs and other weakening phrases in blue.
Count Wordsworth measures pronouns, similes, clichés, and many other metrics to help you be more aware of how you are writing. It even catches your most-used words and phrases to help you vary your writing. Five different types of readability scores are also provided so you can gauge the grade level and clarity of your writing.
Grammarly is a free browser add-on that edits your writing in Gmail, Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and more. It catches both common and complex grammar mistakes, including misspelled words, you’re vs. your, and misplaced commas. If you’re confused about the edits, you can get a detailed explanation for each correction.
Hope that these tools can help you take your writing to the next level! What other tools do you like to use as you draft your content?