Faster isn’t always better—but sometimes it’s absolutely necessary. Batch-creating content, and doing it quickly, can be a massive boost for your digital strategy. Here are 7 tips that don’t compromise on quality.
01:28 Ubersuggest’s AI Writer
04:09 Portent’s Content Idea Generator
04:31 Hemingway App
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There is so much content out there. How can you make sure that you're keeping up with demand and that your content's actually getting seen? Whether you're streamlining your content strategy, automating portions of it, or updating old posts, content is still king, and you have to write a lot of it as quickly as you can. Want to know seven of my favorite tools that I use to write blog posts, create social posts, edit content, and organize information? Check out these and tell me what you think.
Tool number one, AnswerThePublic. It helps you discover what your audience is asking for with AnswerThePublic. With this tool, you can discover what your audience is asking for. Just go to answerthepublic.com, put in a keyword related to your industry, ideally a one-word phrase or two-word phrase, and you get instant raw search data directly from your customers so you can quickly see what they're looking for.
Tool number two, Ubersuggest's AI writer. Check out Ubersuggest's AI writer tool to either write new content or optimize an existing page. Here's the thing that most people don't realize.Now, if you go out there and you keep your content fresh and updated, you'll find that your rankings just go through the roof and using Ubersuggest's AI tool, you can put in any paragraphs or any keywords that you need fresh content about, and it can help you rewrite the content and make it better.
Tool three, VistaCreate. Creating world-class social posts in minutes with tens and thousands of templates that you can use would make your life easier, right? That's what VistaCreate can do for you. You should check it out.
Tool four, and this is one of my favorite tools of all. I don't know how anyone can survive without it, or it could just me, because I have poor grammar. The tool is Grammarly. It allows you to edit your content and streamline it for clarity, so that way, you don't have tons of errors.
Tool five, Lumen5. Lumen5 helps users create videos online in minutes with over 10 million videos created across just about every industry. You can create a talking head video and turn blog posts into videos easily. Remember YouTube, LinkedIn, TikTok, Facebook, Instagram, all these platforms want video, and you can do that with this tool. They don't care for blog content as much.
Tool Six, Portent's Content Idea Generator. Awesome tool for creating blog post titles and topic generation, and it breaks down headlines into chunks so you can learn more about why certain words belong and others don't. I love this tool. It's great. I've been using it for probably over seven or eight years now and I continually use it. Still works well today.
Tool seven, Hemingway App. Look, there's a lot of tools out there that can help you write. I love the Hemingway App, because what this does, it tells you your overall writing level, and you want to dumb it down to make sure that a kindergartner or a five-year-old can understand your content. And that's why I love the Hemingway App. It makes sure that your content is amazing, but dumbed down so that way anyone can understand it.
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