6 tools to power your blog’s content

Coming up with fresh posts and maintaining a consistent publishing schedule can be daunting. Here are apps and websites to help PR and marketing pros gain inspiration.

Running a full-time blog can be a demanding task, especially if you’re publishing posts regularly to gain popularity.

However, title generators and other online tools can suggest effective headlines and can help you write entire blog posts.

Here are six online tools to help inspire blog posts and create clickable headlines:

1. Blog Title Generator

This website can help you come up with a headline that will best suit your post. Type in your topic, and you receive a list of suitable titles.

This generator makes headlines that will catch readers’ eyes and get them to read your blog. It’s aimed at generating titles that go viral and is written in a way that hooks readers.

Use this tool to generate hundreds of different titles to keep you inspired, such as, “”Ten facts that are guaranteed to impress you” or “10 most unbelievable facts.”

2. iDeas for Writing app (iOS and Android)

If you are adamant about writing regular blog posts, you must come up with novel post ideas on a consistent basis.

Much more than a title generator, iDeas—an app that helps you come up with writing ideas—you don’t have to worry about writer’s block.

It is a whole writing workshop with creative triggers and exercises to get you inspired for blogs, creative writing, poetry and much more.

Users can ask for help from a professional content writer, complete writing exercises, create characters that will trigger scenarios, create headlines and generate first lines to stories as a writing prompt.

3. HubSpot Blog Topic Generator

The HubSpot blog topic generator asks you to give it up to three words of your choice—use plural nouns for the best results.

Complete all three fields or only one; the more words you submit, the more topics it will generate for you. One round of generating can help you come up with more than a week’s topics for your blog.

Although the algorithm isn’t perfect, it gives basic ideas for headlines. Tweak them to be more relevant and grammatically correct.

4. SEOPressor

SEOPressor is a website focused on creating the best SEO opportunities for your content and website.

For $9 per month, use this tool to improve your blog’s SEO and get insights on what words work best.

Use its search engine to find creative blog post ideas and headlines—remember, the right keywords in titles have much to do with your blog ranking highest in search results.

Headlines suggestions will also catch readers’ attention and get Internet users to click on your blog posts.

5. Article Generator Pro

This website generates content for articles, essays, blogs and websites on any topic imaginable. It can help you automate your blog content, so you do not have to do that much work in your daily blog posts.

With one click, you can get a detailed article written for you. Use the shuffle and rewrite features to enhance the content your needs.

You can customize word count, add automatic bibliographies, customize research options, automatically send content to your email address and add images to your work.

It will display the first few sentences of generated articles for free, but users must sign up for a premium membership to get the entire article. It costs $19 per month.

What tools would you add to this list?

Linda Willson is a University of Washington student. A version of this post originally appeared on Spin Sucks.

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