1. Ulysses

You're probably out and about a lot, gathering intel on the latest events. 

Sure, it's great for getting you out of the office, but not so hot for helping you get those posts written. After all, you have to wait to get back to a PC before you can get anything down in writing.

This app is the best way to get writing even when you're in the thick of things. 

It can be downloaded on several kinds of devices, even to your phone. That means that you can get writing straight away, without losing any of the detail.

Another one of the tool's many advantages is that you can change your files into other formats, such as Word or PDFs. 

You can even export directly to Wordpress. What better way to get blogging?


2. After The Deadline

Proofreading your work sounds like a drag, doesn't it? It takes so long, and it's so dull. Plus, how do you know that you've caught every error? You don't!

This tool makes the whole process a lot speedier. 

All you have to do is paste your text into the box, and it will instantly give you feedback. All errors are underlined, and you'll get suggestions on how to improve or correct them.

All that needs to be done then is correct the mistakes and paste the text wherever you want to publish it. 

That's it, you're done! Try this tool when you're in a hurry to get published.


3. Grammar Guide

Grammar matters more than you know. Ever read a post from somebody else and flinched because the writing was so bad? 

Good grammar makes it much easier to follow your ideas in print.

If you think your grammar could use some work, check out this website. 

There are lots of in depth guides on every aspect of grammar you can think of, from usage guides to grammar myths. 

You'll find it a lot easier to make yourself heard when you can use the right grammar in your writing.


4. Boom Essays 

Got time to edit your posts? Didn't think so. You're so busy getting pieces written one minute, and running out the door the next, that editing has to go by the wayside. 

It's not advisable, but that may be the way it is.

However, it doesn't have to be. 

This writing service is able to take in your written pieces and edit them for you. They're expert writers and know just what makes a post shareable, so you can trust them with your words. 

When you get it back, the post will be ready to post right away. It'll help you get so much more done while improving the quality of your output.


5. 1 Checker


Do you not want to use a spell checker through a browser? It makes sense if you don't want to copy and paste parts of text back and forth.

Instead, this tool may be the answer. 

It's a comprehensive spelling and grammar checker that can be downloaded into almost any program you use. 

1 Checker can be used in Word, Outlook, or even your browser if you write directly into social media sites. 

This way, you can get your posts checked with the minimum of fuss. You'll be surprised at how much your posts will improve with this.


6. Writefull


Being a writer isn't just about writing anymore. 

If you want to get found by search engines, think about the words you're using and how you're using them.CLICK TO TWEET

This writing app could be the best way to get that data without you having to do the hard slog. 

All you have to do is write into the app, and then select a chunk of the text. 

The app will then check to see how frequently it shows up in texts from Google Books and Google Web, among other sources.

7. ByWord 2

Thanks to hot-desking and working from home, you probably use a few different machines to do your job. 

Are you sick of lugging around USB sticks or using cloud services to back up all your work? 

This tool can help.

It provides a clean interface in which to write, and backs up all your work online. 

No matter where you are, you'll have access to everything you've written. No more scrabbling around, trying to find that lost file!


8. Essayroo

Proofreading is more difficult than you think. It's hard to see errors you made while writing, as you know what you meant when you were writing it. 

That's how a lot of errors slip past people and make it online.

To stop this from happening to you, send your posts to the writers at this service. 

They're a third party, so they can look at your writing with a critical eye. Essayroo proofreaders will check your writing and send it back to you, ready to go.


9. Language Tool

You may have been reading through this list thinking, 'The grammar checker social media tools are all well and good, but they're no use to me because I don't write in English.' 

It's a fair point. This tool, then, may be the one for you.

Like other grammar checkers, you paste your writing in and you'll get instant feedback on its grammar and spelling. 

Unlike other tools, though, the Language Tool can check your writing in over 20 languages. 

If you write in Polish, German, French, or another language, this tool will help you get the most out of your posts.


10. Spell Check Plus

The built-in spell checker in Word is great, but it's not capable of catching everything. 

After all, it's not capable of telling you why you got a word wrong, and how you should fix it.

This spell checker can. 

Paste your work in (directly from Word, if you want!), and it will highlight all the errors for you.

It'll also give you more detailed feedback, so you know where you went wrong and how to avoid it next time. 


11. Slick Write

Do you like data? You'll love this writing tool. It's a perfect all in one tool to help you improve as you're writing your posts.

As you write into the tool, it will keep you up to date with feedback on your writing. 

You'll get information on your spelling and grammar, as well as useful tips to improve it.

It also features a useful statistics screen, which tells you the frequency of the words you use, as well as several or stats that you may want to use. 

If you want to do the number crunching on what you write, try this tool on for size.


12. Hemingway Editor

Serious about improving your writing? If you want to know what you need to improve in your prose, try this tool out. 

To check a piece of your writing, paste it into the tool. It will then analyze it and give you feedback on the errors you have made, and how to correct them.

The great thing about it is that each error is highlighted in a certain color. 

The colors correspond to certain types of error, all of which are numbered on the side. 

Then, you'll know where you're tripping up in your writing, and where you need to start making improvements.



As you can see, there are all kinds of reasons why you'd want to start using online tools in your writing. For example:

  • You want to learn where you're going wrong in your writing, so that you can start improving it.

  • You're eager to avoid easily made errors in your public writing.

  • You want to give off a better image of your company online.

  • You're ready to save time on the repetitive tasks so you can spend more time being creative.