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On top of the exhaustive amount of content research you need to conduct, you also have to spend hours - if not days - into developing and polishing the content itself. Having the right skill set and tenacity is a good start. But if you really want to produce content that stands out from the competition, you also need to be well-equipped.… in this post, we’ll discuss the best and proven tools that will up your content game. These tools will span different areas of content development, such as research, editing, and analytics.

  • DG

    Dana Gore

    over 2 years ago #

    I've seen Ubersuggest on several posts now and it does seem like a great tool. I'll have to check that out (especially since it's about time for me to write another post).
    I know it can be tough sometimes to find topics to write about - especially if you need to produce a lot of content and follow a strict schedule to do so.
    Thanks for the list.

  • LS

    Lisa Sicard

    over 2 years ago #

    This is great stuff Nadav, thanks for sharing. I think collaboration is key today. Many of the bigger blogs do have multiple people contributing to them. It makes for a more vibrant community.
    I love Ubersuggest - it's quick and easy to use!
    Yoast SEO is great for writing posts, I went to the premium version over a year now and never looked back.
    Proof Hub is one I've not heard of and looks interesting for me to look at further. Thank you!

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    Lorraine Reguly

    over 2 years ago #

    Portent’s Content Idea Generator is a good one for bloggers. It helps generate good titles too, and offers a spin on the topic you want to write about. Many bloggers and content writers benefit from using this tool!

    Google Docs (and Google Sheets) are also awesome. I use Google Docs and love this tool! The two best features of this tool, IMHO, is that you can install the app on your phone and "write on the go" (whenever you're waiting for something, like in the waiting room at a doctor's office, travelling on a bus or train, etc.) because it also allows you to "work offline." The second feature I like is that you can use the dictate function. So, you can speak instead of type.

    I've never heard of Oribi. That's a new one to me.

    Thanks for the great share! As a freelance writer for hire at Wording Well, I have my own set of writing strategies and tools I use already, but I am always on the lookout for things/tools that will help my fellow bloggers, freelancers, or clients!

  • CR

    Cori Ramos

    over 2 years ago #

    Hi Nadav,

    Thank you for sharing this with us. I'm using some of these tools like Ubersuggest, Yoast, Content Idea Generator and some others. You introduced me to some new tools here like SentiOne. It's always good to know what our readers are thinking and paying attention to. What better wat to come up with content, right? :)

    Have a great weekend!


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    Reginald Chan

    over 2 years ago #

    Ubersuggest is a great tool. It gives you several great alternatives in terms of keywords and definitely one of the best LSI keyword tools out there for idea generation!

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    Ravi Chahar

    over 2 years ago #

    Hey Nadav,

    Content search is the first step which requires some serious efforts. Buzzsumo has always been one of my favorite tools. Google Alert is also something I have an eye on.
    Thanks for sharing these tools with us.