Marketing September 16, 2016 Last updated September 19th, 2018 873 Reads share

12 Editing and Proofreading Tools for Content Writers and Bloggers

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The joy of the internet is that it allows everybody a voice, allowing for bloggers and content writers to flourish online. Because of that freedom, though, it means that the writer is fighting to make themselves heard above the crowd. How do you make yourself stand out, and show that you’re worth listening to? One option is to make sure that you put care into your writing, including making sure it’s properly edited and proofread. These 12 editing and proofreading tools will help you craft the very best pieces possible and make your writing some of the best out there.

#1. Clarity Jargon Buster

Worried you may be using too much jargon in your writing? It’s an easy trap many writers fall into, when they’re enthusiastic about a subject, or simply trying to impress the reader. Check by using this handy Clarity Jargon Buster tool. Paste your writing into it, and it will highlight any jargon that you’ve used. It’s then easy to go through and strike through them, improving your writing at a single stroke. Remember, the reader wants to know your ideas, and jargon simply gets in the way.

#2. Readability Test Tool

You can write amazing things, but if your writing is too complex for most readers, your ideas will sadly go unnoticed. This Readability Test Tool allows you to check the readability of your text, quickly. Paste it in, and you’ll be given its readability score based on several different scales. You can then amend your work accordingly, tweaking it so it’s aiming at the correct audience for you.

editing and proofreading tools#3. Boom Essays service

Do you need a little extra help in editing and proofreading, or don’t feel confident in your skills? Boomessays service lets you access top quality writers who can help you out. They can help you plan out, write, proofread, and edit a blog piece, helping you throughout the whole process. In the end, you’ll have a top quality piece of work that you can be proud of.

boomessays service#4. Pro Writing Aid

ProWritingAid app is a great all in one tool for editing. Simply paste your writing into the page, and it will return it to you, marking up the errors you have made while working, as well as giving you access to a plagiarism checker. You can even download it into your favorite text editor, for ease of access. If you want to do all your proofreading and editing within the same tool, this could be the app for you.

prowriting#5. After The Deadline

Are you in a hurry? If you need to keep up with the latest news on your blog, but still keep your work looking good, After The Deadline is a useful tool. Paste your writing in, and you’ll get indications of incorrect grammar, spelling errors, and style suggestions, all color coded so you can check it over at a glance. Now your blog will on the bleeding edge of the news, while still delivering the polished style that your readers have come to expect.

after deadline#6. Grammar Checker

Is your grammar where you fall down in your writing? This Grammar Checker app is the tool for you. When you input your writing for analysis, it will instantly pull up the errors and help you correct them, meaning you’ll never have errors in your publications again. You can download it on a whole host of machines, including Android phones if you’re fond of writing on the go.

grammar#7. EssayRoo Service

This Australian Essayroo service focuses on academic writing, but they can help you with almost any piece you care to mention. They’re also great if you need to outsource, as they can write, proofread and edit a piece for you on spec. You’ll be able to deliver quality content on a tight schedule, no matter what.

essayroo australia#8. Spell Checker

A Spell Checker is a vital tool for any writer, no ifs or buts. However, your choice of spell checker is important. This handy tool offers several different functions depending on your needs. You can have a version that corrects your spelling as you type, saving you time, or you can use one that works in a different window, keeping you on task until you’re ready to edit. No matter how you want to use it, there’ll be a mode just for you.

spell checker#9. Slick Write

Slick Write app is an accomplished, fully stocked editing machine for your writing. Write or paste your work into the window and it will give you all the tools you need to edit it. Flick between different windows in order to get different perspectives on your work, depending on what you want to check for.

slick#10. Hemingway Editor

Hemingway Editor app is a very simple editor that can help you see just where your weaknesses are, and shows you how to correct them. Paste your work into the app, and it will highlight the errors in your text in different colours. These colours will show you instantly where those weaknesses are, making the job of improving your writing that much easier.

hemingway#11. Paper Rater

This Paper Rater tool offers to give you vital information and feedback on your writing before it goes to publication.  Before you submit your writing, run it through their software to find out whether it needs editing for grammar or possible plagiarism. Once you’re ready to rewrite, it’ll give you suggestions on how to go about it. It’s really helpful when you feel you need a guiding hand.

paper rater#12. Ginger Proofreading

Ginger Proofreading sophisticated piece of software can proofread your work for you, picking up on spelling and grammar errors that other programs can’t. When writing, everyone needs a quality proofreading tool in their quiver, and this is one of the best ones to use.

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With the help of these online writing tools, you can start crafting pieces that are grammatically and thematically perfect, wowing your audiences and bringing in more fans, and even maybe job offers. Try them now and see just how they can help you improve your writing skills.

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gloriakopp

Gloria Kopp is a web content writer and an elearning consultant from Manville city. She graduated from University of Wyoming and started a career of a creative writer. At the present time she works as a freelance writer and editor. Besides this, she has recently launched her Studydemic educational website

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