Writing is the best skill to develop and knowing how to use tools to leverage your skill can make a great career or a successful side hustle.
1. Write Well by Julian
- Generate insights for your topic •
- Rewrite for clarity •
- Iterate towards mastery
2. Hemingway app
- Get a score for your article
- It will suggest removing words to simplify •
- It’ll tell you which sentences are hard to read
3. The Ultimate Guide to Writing Online by @david_perell
- Create your online home
- Set up your distribution system
- Connect with anyone
- Paraphrases your articles into plagiarism-free
- Find the right synonyms
- Uses AI to rewrite
5. Writing, briefly by @paulg
- Idea generation
- How to write well
- How to create a feedback loop
- One of the most valuable Chrome extensions
- Spots grammatical errors instantly
- Suggests alternatives to improve your writing.
7. Marketing Examples
- Writing Inspiration
- Great collection to see what works
- Steal formats and frameworks — not words
8. Google Docs
- Simplest experience
- Auto-saves your work in case you forget
- Complete editor to fit all your needs
9. 21 tactics to help you become a better writer by @nateliason
- Banned words list
- Creating an outline of writing
- Editing process
- Great for short-form writing
- Encourages you to simplify complex topics
- Tight feedback loop with your followers Believe it or not — Twitter is one of the best ways to become a better writer. You can also use Twitter as an effective marketing strategy
By Aadit Sheth
If I had to concise the list and give you 3, — it’d be these ones:
1. Google Docs
2. Write well by Julian
But the other resources will really help you excel.
AI content writing tools that can try:
To add leveraging AI tools is a great assistance for your writing when you don’t know to put it in the right words.
- 1. Copy AI
- 2. Peppertype AI
- 3. Headlime
- 4. Jarvis AI
- 5. Markcopy AI
Tips to Make an Essay Longer
Including quotes, whether they be from a book, news article, or trusted source, helps strengthen and validate the point you’re making in a paper. But you can’t just drop a quotation without context. Introducing, writing out, and properly unpacking a quote can add value — and length — to your essay.
Start getting really descriptive about everything.
How illustrative can you get about the evolution of electricity, you ask? Well, the answer is: Very. The howling wind gushed passed Benjamin Franklin at 30 miles per hour on that cold, rainy night, pulling the string of his kite taught as it fought to stay in the sky and sent his grey hair flying up in the sky like silvery wisps.
Use numerous examples.
Make sure to do extensive research on your essay topic and come up with at least 2-3 examples for every argument presented. One example might seem like enough, but adding a couple more points improves your paper and boosts its word count.
Try to make your header longer.
If possible, of course. Some teachers clearly state what information needs to be included in the header. But if there’s no guideline, add what you can within reason — I’m not sure your teacher is going to appreciate your TikTok or Insta handle listed on the page.
Have someone proofread.
Getting another pair of eyes to read your paper might reveal some areas in need of work. Maybe you need to elaborate a bit more on a certain argument or include a quote to strengthen an example.