You pump out stellar content every day, but some days your brain continues to sleep while you are wide awake, no matter how much coffee you drink. This is normal. Regardless of your writing proficiency, there are times when your brain gets tired, needs a break, or is ready for some stellar inspiration. Lucky for you, today is that day. I am to infuse you will stellar content generation tools that will be the shining light of writing inspiration the next time your brain is feeling dark and sluggish and in need of a little boost.
5 Awesome Content Generation Tools to Inspire
Out of content ideas? Portent is a content idea generator! Not only will it help you devise a title for your next piece, but this site also helps you will content strategy.
I didn’t love the first suggestion they gave me about the topic “social media influencer” – “Why Holden Caufield Thinks Social Media Influencers are Phony”, so I hit the REFRESH button and came up with this:
ZenPen embodies Zen ideals; minimalist writing at its best. The idea with this platform is to inspire without extra noise. The page offers blank space to get creative and maybe that’s just what you need today.
One of my new personal favorites – because I love a visual creative space – Soolve calls on the web assist you in devising your next piece of content. Use the key terms that are created right on the platform, or click on one of the search engines to dive deeper.
If the name isn’t enough to get your writing juices flowing, Unsuck-It should get you excited to write a post that doesn’t suck. The point of this platform is to provide you with replacement words for overused business jargon.
Are you breathing any easier yet? The HubSpot Blog Topic Generator is an awesome tool that gives writers a week’s worth of blog posts. All you need to do is provide three words, and poof! Content ideas generated. This does sound like the dream content generation platform, but HubSpot admits their algorithm isn’t perfect. It’s a great tool to use in combination with the others.
There are loads of tools available to assist you in creating content; everything from copyright free image databases like Unsplash, to robust grammar correctors like Grammarly (a personal fav). It’s a good idea to find the tools that work best for you in each area of need, and then Pocket or Bookmark them into a virtual toolbox of sorts, so they are at your fingertips every morning when you wake up. The moment you have that mug of coffee in your hands, and you sit down in front of the computer to write, open your toolbox of content generating platforms and watch deadened inspiration evolve into flourishing brilliance.
If you have a surplus of brilliant writing ideas and would like to contribute as a guest writer for this blog, The Wire, we are open to submissions! All Advowire members can do this in your dashboard, or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.