10 Tools Content Writers Should Use Everyday

12 Mar, 2022

10 Tools Content Writers Should Use Everyday

Being a writer, blogger, and content creator the main point is to not run out of ideas, engaging the audience, this becomes the main challenge.

But there comes a point sometimes when we don't have ideas to escape from this situation some tools have been designed, which help us create, research, and edit the content and that makes our lives easier.

So no need to worry even if you are out of ideas now...

Here are 10 tools for content writing which can help you every day.

  1. Ahref

If you want to conduct keyword research for Google, Youtube, and Amazon then Ahref is for you.

One can also use Ahref for finding content that's performed well (in terms of social shares and/or links) on a given topic.


Grammarly is the most used tool by bloggers. As while writing many mistakes can occur and Grammarly is there to escape us from the mistakes.

Grammarly shows you the major errors which are easily left out by us in writing the content.

You can install Grammarly as an extension for Chrome, Safari, or Firefox web browsers for free, or check longer pieces of writing in Grammarly's online editor.


You might have gone out of ideas while creating content, but don’t worry here is a tool that helps you discover the best engagement, content, and outreach opportunities.

You can also discover new keywords, monitor your performance, and identify influencers.

4. Keyword Tool

Keyword Tool is a free online keyword research tool to generate hundreds of related keywords for any topic.

It uses the Google Autocomplete feature which speeds up the searches performed by users on Google.


Semrush is a powerful SEO tool. It empowers your keyword research and content optimization with an amazing amount of SEO intelligence.

It tracks the keyword strategy your competition uses, runs an SEO audit of your blog, looks for backlinking opportunities, and lots more.

6. Quetext

Quetext is a popular plagiarism - detection software. It is a tool that allows spell checking and plagiarism detection with detailed information about copied content to improve the performance of analysis processes.

7. Google Doc

Google doc is the most liked platform by writers, bloggers just because of its user-friendliness, in fact, one can work on it offline via its app.

It's one of the best features is that it lets us work on blog content connected to the internet so we can, in real-time, collaborate with others.

8. Notion

The notion is an all-in-one workspace that combines the functionality of spreadsheets, word processors, task management apps, and more. It is more of a productivity tool.

You can literally organize your all work on notion through different templates.

9. Hemingway App

The Hemingway app is an editing tool designed to help you polish your writing. It helps you in identifying small grammatical mistakes in blogs like confusing sentence construction, overuse of weak adverbs, excessive passive voice.

10. Google Keep

Google Keep is a free note-taking application developed by Google. It can be used for storing all your ideas related to the blog because of its simple and easy to go feature.

You can also use Google Keep to create voice notes, or set time- and location-based reminders.

Which is your daily used tool? Let us know.

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