In a May 2016 post entitled 5 Tools to Jumpstart Content Creation, we provided a list of aids “to enable you to keep your production interesting, frequent, up to date and mistake-free.” Over the nine months since that post, we’ve come across a few more tools to assist content marketers in this endeavor.
As with the original, the following list of tools is not comprehensive. Our hope is that, at the very least, a few of them prove useful to you and find their way into your daily routine as aids in the creation, organization and distribution of your original content.
Grammarly. Grammarly helps you achieve a higher level of quality by probing your work for errors and opportunities to improve intelligibility. Grammarly allows you to add it onto Chrome as a free plug-in.
MailChimp. Take control of the email distribution arm of your content marketing with this user-friendly platform. Along with multiple plans that vary in price depending on your emailing and analytics needs, MailChimp offers a free plan that allows you to send up to 12,000 emails a month to as many as 2,000 subscribers.
MeetEdgar. Creating content for social media on a regular basis can certainly be a demanding proposition. Not only does MeetEdgar help you get a firm grasp on social media by organizing and automating the process, it also keeps all of your previous posts from going to waste by reusing them and giving them the potential to reach brand new audiences.
Trendspottr. Stay ahead of your competition by making use of this social media tool that keeps you aware of any trends appearing on the horizon. Trendspotter is $49 a month. There is also a free trial period available.
Are there different content marketing tools that you prefer to use? Please share!