This week’s cool tool recommendation is RhymeZone a fast rhyming dictionary and thesaurus.
Quickly find rhymes, near rhymes, synonyms, antonyms, homophones, similar sounding words, words with the same consonant pattern, and other related words from its database of over 100,000 words and phrases.
RhymeZone also has an app for Amazon Alexa and an add-on for Google Docs.
I love learning about new tools to make social media marketing more creative and effective, so I’ve decided to share some of my favourite tools with you at the start of each week. This week’s cool tool recommendation is StoryLab.ai- an AI copy generator that helps you generate copy ideas, hooks, outlines and ready-made copy for marketing purposes.
Whether you’re looking to create an Instagram caption, a blog title, or ad copy, this tool is designed to inspire you.
Here’s How To Use StoryLab
Begin by selecting the type of content you want to create.
In the example below, I’ve inputted “social media marketing strategy” as a blog topic and the tool has generated some ideas for headlines.
Here’s what happens when I input the same term into the email subject line generator.
And here’s what is returned when I ask for ideas for a social media post. I have to say this is by far the most impressive result.
I’ve only recently been introduced to this tool, but I can already see I am going to save some time testing out its features over the coming week.
You get 25 “runs” per month for free with StoryLab. Upgrade to a basic package to get 250 runs or unlimited runs with the top-tier package.
This week’s cool tool recommendation is Buzzsumo a useful tool to explore what pieces of content are popular on social media around a certain topic.
Use it to analyze what content performs best for any topic or competitor, and find the key influencers to promote your content.
Here’s an overview of what turns up when I input “social media marketing tips” into Buzzsumo’s search tool.
I can easily determine which posts are most popular through the number of shares they get.
And here’s what I see when I input my own domain name into the search bar. I could do the same with my competitors’ domains and see what is performing well for them.
The free version is useful to get a quick snapshot, but if you are interested in doing more with the tool, such as viewing backlinks and who is sharing your content, you will need to upgrade to the paid version.
I love learning about new tools to make social media marketing more creative and effective, so I’ve decided to share some of my favourite tools with you at the start of each week. This week’s cool tool recommendation is subject line rating tool – SubjectLine.
According to Copyblogger, on average, 8 out of 10 people will read headline copy, but only 2 out of 10 will read the rest. Your headline is the first (perhaps only) impression you make on a prospective reader.
SubjectLine has studied and analyzed millions of headlines to see what works. Simply enter your subject or title into its online tool and get a grade (out of 100 possible points). It will tell you what works and what can help you to improve.
I love learning about new tools to make social media marketing more creative and effective, so I’ve decided to share some of my favourite tools with you at the start of each week. This week’s cool tool recommendation is Bloomberry. This tool gathers questions being asked across the web on forums, e-commerce sites, Quora, Reddit, and more. It’s a useful tool to help you discover what popular questions around topics can be answered through content that you can create. Here’s a snapshot of questions related to social media strategy, one of the topics I enjoy teaching and writing about the most.
For now, BloomBerry is free whilst in beta, with a new Pro tool being tested.