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Free Versus Paid Article Writing Software - Which is Better?

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Posted 24th July 2017 at 09:19 AM by tyronne78

Anyone that spends anytime at all on the internet soon realizes that content is the very foundation on which it is built. If there were not content, then there would be no internet. Because of this, everyone who does business online needs as much content as possible. Still, not everyone is a writer. For this reason many try looking for technology that will help them write better and faster. Here we will look at free and paid article writing software.

It is natural to look for free solutions whenever possible. Online it is remarkable how many useful and capable free products that are available. With article writing software, to be good requires it to be well written programming and it must be maintained. For this reason, you will find that the free choices are simpler programs and their functionality is so limited that the end result saves you little if any time when writing.

Another problem is that some such as article jockey was around and now if you visit their site, you see that they have apparently gone the way of the wind. But this is to be expected I suppose. Many times these tools and services that are free are trying to establish themselves well enough to then become a paid tool. If that does not happen then they close shop and move on. Anyone who was using their free article writing software is left having to find something else.

While many of the free tools for writing are here today and gone tomorrow, there are some writing tools that can help organize information.

Free Article Writing Software Tools:

1. Sigil
This tool is used for creating eBooks and has a WYSIWYG for formatting and so forth. It offers a spell checker and can generate a table of contents for your book.

2. Evernote
This tool is useful for gathering content that can be revised latter and used for writing content. It is mostly used in the research phase of writing.

3. FreeMind
This is a mind map. It is often very useful to organize your thoughts to be able to write well and fast. This mind map has lots of features and is completely free.

4. OpenOffice
Regardless of the writing that you do, you will likely find that having a capable word processor is very useful. Microsoft Office is of course the most common and most popular. But if you do not have it and want a very good alternative, Open Office is completely free and very robust.

5. Zemanta
This is a FireFox ad-on. Its main purpose is for bloggers and those who send lots of emails. As you are writing it will tag content that is related to what you are writing and uses a sidebar to prompt you to include the material in your article. Its features include the ability to link to FB and Twitter. It can locate creative commons pictures and even be linked to Flickr.

You will likely find that some of the tools listed above are very useful in many ways. That said, it will still not give you something that really helps you to write faster. For this you will almost certainly need to consider investing in paid article writing software.

Paid Article Writing Software Tools:

1. Quick Article Pro
This tool works by getting material from the top search engines based on the keywords you give it. It will then determine the appropriate material for an intro, main content and a conclusion. This tool gives you a number of sentences that you can choose from and drag and drop them into the appropriate sections. The premise of this tool is a good idea, but most will likely feel that the final output is not as useful as it might first appear.

2. Leading Articles
If you are looking for highly spun articles that can be quickly added to the various places you want to put articles, this is a tool that many like. You can choose from a wide range of topics and get articles that are in the 500 to 600 word range. To keep these articles from being over used, they remove it after it has been used by 300 people. These articles can easily be made to be totally unique, but the quality is moderate.

3. Instant Article Wizard
This tool is web based making it accessible regardless of what kind of computer you are using. This tool pulls sentences from places all over the web and they are then put into a somewhat readable article. The material is very useful and while some cleaning up will be necessary, many find this a useful tool as they do not need to really think of what to write. The tool gets them the material and then the individual just does a bit of organizing and minimal rewriting to come up with a readable and totally unique article.

4 - Article Builder.This is likely the most popular tool by serious marketers. It has been integrated into many other tools and makes it super easy to get readable unique content. It has articles from several hundred different categories and you can order the length of article you want ranging from 300 words up to 1000 words. The articles produced by this tool will be usually 80% unique or more and can easily be made into a totally unique article. You will find that it is more expensive than most with a price of almost $200 a year, but that gives you up to 400 articles a day.

5. Jiffy Articles
This tool is different in that it gives you the chance to actually be the author of the article and for it to be completely unique while saving you time when writing. This tool can assist you when writing in a hundred different topics or categories. It has well over 5000 templates. Once you choose a template, it helps you to make a title, intro and then the body content. Many say they can write 500 word articles in fifteen minutes or less. It cost about $130 a year.

With the right tool you can write faster and better and that makes you money. The paid tools therefore, just make sense.
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