Three Tools Focused on Building Articles

Tools Focused on Building Articles

There is the mistaken assumption that a writer does not have any tools. The writer simply sits in front of the keyboard and starts typing. Most times though, writers are fond of many tools to help them write. Here are three different tools focused on building articles.

Grammarly

Many editors and long time readers believe that every author has a voice. The voice they refer to does not imply specific content, but rather the way things are written. A skilled author has an articulate sound with few grammar mis-deeds, little repetition of phrases, and a definite direction. The best authors are ones that appear that they are not even trying; that these were the only logical formation of words to possible occur. As you can see in the following paragraph, I am not a skilled author. I have a flaw with the word “this”, in that I use the word “this” too much. This is because I found out this “style” of my voice through repeated checks through Grammarly. Grammarly has also shown me how to find and correct both word synonyms and parallel structure mistakes. Grammarly is an expensive service, at $30+ month, but I find well worth the cost.

Survey and Study Resources

Professional authors use a variety of resources to emphasize their points. The problem with many content production sites is that articles are based on other articles. The material constructed is, what many writers say with spite and spittle, online noise. The echo nature of one article spawning several afterwards leads to dilution of pure content and originality. The way to avoid this dilution cycle is to subscribe to several professional survey and study resources. The subscription allows an individual to stay on top of the latest trends, without being dictated to on what those trends are.

Robotic Voice

There is what is intended and what is real: writing is often a battle between the two. The author may want to say a certain sentence, but forgets to add in a keyword. The author is not forgetful, they merely added the word in automatically, in their head, when they wrote the line. A text-to-speech robotic voice will help a writer use their ears and pick up on the missing word or phrase. Furthermore, if several phrases are said in repetition on accident, a robotic voice will help pick these up as well.

These three different tools help provide an extra edge to any content producing writer. While these are not the only tools available, they are a great start to begin to build quality articles. Furthermore, these tools allow an author to edit their work without having to request someone else to help. These tools enable the writer to get more done and turn out better work.