Top 20+ Using Tools For Freelance Writers

Top 20+ Using Tools for Freelance Writers

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by Amelia Scott — 8 months ago in Gadgets 4 min. read
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Freelance writing is the fastest-growing career in the industry. This popularity is due to many advantages such as no daily commute and no office routine. You can also work from anywhere.

If you look at the world of freelance writing you will see that you must wear many hats. You must manage your clientele, hunt for new clients, create ideas, research subjects, manage your finances, and produce high-quality writing.

For all freelance writers, here’s a list of 20 helpful tools. It can help you find new ideas, create headlines and make your blog shareable. Write without distractions.

Grammarly

Grammarly is the most widely used and accurate grammar checker. It will scan your text and check for the proper use of advanced grammar rules. It can be used in any text editor or program.

Canva

Canva is an online tool that allows the creation of any type of image. This includes blog posts images, presentations, Facebook and Instagram photos, covers for social media accounts and letters, resumes, letters, and many more.

You can add text to your images. Canva is also available for iOS.

Hemmingway

Writing is more than just knowing how to use catchphrases or showing off your extensive vocabulary. Your task is to make your text readable. Hemmingway will assist you in this endeavor, as it highlights complicated sentences and suggests alternative words.

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Ahrefs Site Explorer

Ahrefs is a well-known marketing tool that helps you find backlinks, keywords, and organic traffic. It also generates a report showing which content from your competitors is most effective in Google or on social media.

This data can be extremely useful to writers when creating blog post ideas. This tool is paid but you can get a 2-week free trial.

CoSchedule’s Headline Analyzer

Headline Analyzer allows you to assess the score of your headline. You will also get an analysis of the number of common, uncommon, powerful, and emotional words in your title, as well as tips for improving it.



Wordy

Wordy provides real-time human editing services. Simply submit your content, and an editor will take care of the rest. You can access editors in all time zones so that you can quickly get your edited text.

Streak

Streak is an extension for Gmail that allows you to track the emails you have sent. You are notified when someone opens your email. This could be very useful for hunting clients and guest posting. You can also schedule emails to be sent later, add shortcuts, and create snippets.

Copyscape

Plagiarism is a problem that many people face in the writing industry. This app allows you to identify whether the article is original. This app can be helpful if you are going to publish a guest blog post or purchase ready-made posts.

WordCounter

You can make a wordless effective the more you use it. Wordcounter can help you remove word repetition quickly. You just need to insert the text you want into a block and then check the settings. The tool will display overused words so that you can replace them.



Focus Booster

You can make a wordless effective the more you use it. Wordcounter can help you remove word repetition quickly. You just need to insert the text you want into a block and then check the settings. The tool will display overused words so that you can replace them.

Write Room

Write Room is a Mac tool that allows you to create in a distraction-free environment. It has a completely black background and offers no menu options. This allows you to concentrate on writing without losing focus.

Dark Room

You may have thought, “ Gosh! One more tool for Mac users.” after reading the above. DarkRoom is the same distraction-free writing zone but for PC owners. It’s which is a clone of Write Room. This allows for a customized writing environment, especially for Windows users.

Google Keep

This app allows you to take quick notes, create a checklist and write down your thoughts. You can even use the search option to quickly navigate through your notes. Although it has a minimalistic design, is a fully-featured notes application. It is compatible with Android, iOS, Google Chrome, and Web. You can record audio and control the app using your voice.

Skitch by Evernote

Skitch by Evernote can be used to annotate a screenshot, document, or image. This app for Mac, iPhone, and iPad makes it easy to add text, arrows, and other elements to images and documents.

Pexels

Pexels is a free image directory that provides high-quality images for your articles and blog post. It brings together photos from many free photo sites and photographers into one place. To find the image you are looking for, use the search field.

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TextExpander

TextExpander is an awesome tool that can replace any word or letter with whatever you want. This service will help you to type faster and more efficiently. It can, for example, change the letter ‘stuff” into ‘thanks for visiting’. You can store all your snippets in a cloud so that you can access this tool wherever you are.

Focus@Will

This web app allows you to set blocks of time and then choose music to play as you work. This great tool for writers can help you stay focused. You can find a unique collection of instrumental music that you won’t see anywhere else.

Feedly

Feedly is a great way to receive news from the top blogs. You can search for a specific blog or topic and organize your RSS feed into collections so you can easily find what is important to you. You can also set up alerts to be notified whenever someone mentions your blog or brand on the internet.

Amelia Scott

Amelia is a content manager of The Next Tech. She also includes the characteristics of her log in a fun way so readers will know what to expect from her work.

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