6 Powerful Tools for Creating Viral Content

6 Powerful Tools for Creating Viral Content

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6 Powerful Tools for Creating Viral Content

By Dexter Patterson

These days there are more digital marketing tools than you can keep up with as a blogger but the tools that I do use make my job a heck of a lot easier. I honestly believe in the power of content marketing, so I want to share with you some of the tools I use to take my content to the next level.

#1 Alltop– This is a great place to start your search when you don’t know what you should be writing about for your next blog post. Alltop aggregates all the best news on the web and it’s pretty much every niche you can imagine. I promise if you go to the Alltop website you will find a source of information that you never knew existed. You can create your profile and house all the best blogs and information sites you need in one place. I view Alltop as the Google for content marketing.

#2 CoSchedule Headline Analyzer- A catchy headline can go a long way in helping your content go viral. The headline is the first impression, and you know what they say about first impressions. This FREE tool helps you create attention-grabbing headlines every time. It analyzes the verbs you use, the length of the headline and also the emotional sentiment your headline portrays. Once the analysis is complete, they give your headline a score and letter grade. You can then view how the headline would look in Google and adjust accordingly. Coschedule Headline Analyzer is very user-friendly and will help you get more eyes on your content.

#3 Grammarly– As a blogger, it’s hard to write and edit all of your material without missing something once in a while. If you want to eliminate some of the headaches of editing copy, then I suggest you start using Grammarly today.

#4 Foter– This site gives you access to thousands of hi-resolution photos you can use for your content marketing efforts. It is free to register, and it has an attribution feature that helps you give credit to the photographers who have provided the images.

#5 Pic Monkey– Pic Monkey is one of my all-time favorite tools to use as a blogger. Once you have an image picked out for your blog post you upload it to Pic Monkey to layer text and edit the photo.

#6 Buffer– I believe in the mantra work smarter not harder. For this reason, I use a content management tool to schedule all my social media posts. Some people are not fans of scheduled posts, but I can’t see how I could operate my day-to-day life outside of content marketing if I didn’t have a tool that helped me deliver content all day every day without having to be online 24/7. I know some people worry about the impact tools like Buffer, Hootsuite or TweetDeck may have on organic reach, but I can tell you from personal experience, I have seen no difference.

Let’s connect on Twitter @drpatterson2 if you want more digital marketing tips. Thank You!

You can also stop by my website www.drpmarketingsolutions.com

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