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We’ve compiled a list of the easiest and most effective tools every modern writer needs in order to stay relevant and productive. To read the 1st part of this article, click here.   Audio
  • Transcribe: A text editor designed specifically for transcribing interviews.
  • OTranscribe: A web app for transcribing interviews.
  • Audacity: free editing tool.
  • Overcast: A powerful yet simple iPhone podcast player.
  • Meerkat: Tweet live video.
  • Periscope: Explore the world through someone else’s eyes.
  • Vine: Create short beautiful videos in a simple and fun way.
  • WeVideo: The leading online video creation platform for video editing, collaboration and sharing across any device.
  • Canva: Super simple graphic design tool.
  • Pixlr: Pixlr Editor is a robust browser photo editor.
  • Kraken: Image optimization.
  • Unsplash: Free beautiful, high resolution photos that you can do anything you want with.
  • BBC Academy: Tons of resources on journalism, shared by the teams at BBC.
  • The Clues to a Great Story: a TED talk by a creator of Wall-E and Toy Story.
  • How I Got 6.2 Million Pageviews and 144,920 Followers: A blog post by Ali Mese on getting lots of people to read your posts.
  • Campaign Monitor: Elegantly simple email marketing.
  • TinyLetter: A simple way to create newsletters for people who aren’t looking for advanced reporting or features for businesses.
  • Curated: An easy way to curate links into an email newsletter.
  • Mailchimp: Send better email.
  • Really Good Emails: A collection of great emails.
  • Email 1K: A 30-day course to double your email list.
  Social media
  • Buffer: Schedule posts to Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, Google+.
  • Storify: The easiest way to find, collect and share what people are saying all over the web.
  • OneShot: Highlight screenshot of text and share them to Twitter.
  • Alexa: Analytical insights to analyze any site’s rank.
  • io: Free alternative to Google Keyword Planner.
  • Woorank: Website review and SEO tool.
  • Quick Sprout: Complete analysis of your website.
  • SEO Site Checkup: Check your website’s SEO problems for free.
  • SimilarWeb: Analyze website statistics for any domain.
        Have you used any of these tools? Did we miss out on your favourite online tool? Please share your thoughts in the comments section below.       About the Writer: Osakwe Richard is an avid follower of tech news and developments around the globe and a Scrabble aficionado.

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This article was first published on 29th May 2015

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