10 must-have tools for Copywriters.

It is said that a craftsman is worth as much as his tools. The same goes for copywriters and just about any other industry.

In addition to the copy rules, make sure that the copy you make is of good quality.

That’s why the Internet has many different applications that you can use to hone your skills. Now let’s take a look at it.

These different sources should be your everyday friends. Below you will find these most important tools.

  1. Copyscape

 Copyscape is a free web-based tool that allows you to check the content of a single web page to see if it contains duplicates found elsewhere on the web.

Publishers may also want to check out the prepaid version, which allows for plagiarism to be investigated in a normal text area rather than an already published page.

How do you use Copyscape?

Copyscape offers a free and premium version.

To get started you can try the free version and if needed you can always try the premium version of Copyscape.

Go to the Copyscape homepage, enter your blog address and click the GO button. On the next page, you will see the result of the page where your blog posts were copied.

  1. Grammarly

Grammar is the most important resource for a modern copywriter. Writing with grammar is just easier.

Correct your grammar mistakes, but also suggest changes that include a simpler vocabulary. There is the option to profile your articles as you write in the application (you can define the audience, your skills, and the tone of the text) which helps to write better content. Also, Grammarly prepares reports on your improvements: how many mistakes you make, what are your weakest points, and what is the average “rating” of your articles. Grammar is a writing tool that allows you to check for various types of errors.

Grammar and Punctuation

Spot grammar and punctuation errors from basic to advanced. It also provides real-time tips and guidelines for correcting these errors, such as incorrect commas.

  1. CoSchedule Headline Analyzer

The magic of headlines is a mystery to many copywriters.

Headline Analyzer is a great tool that can help you write headlines that direct traffic, shares, and search results to the projects you are working on in CoSchedule. Analysis of headers in projects. Types of words. Follow the old titles.

CoSchedule Headline Analyzer helps with this. The tool uses a scale, where a score of 70 is generally considered a good and catchy title.

The tool analyzes many factors in the title. Whether it has been used before or not is it emotional, what structure have you used (how to do, list, ask questions, etc.)

  1. Hemingway app

The Hemingway app provides a lot of different information about what you write. The information includes the number, number of words, how many sentences are difficult to read, how many sentences are very difficult to read, which sentences have simpler alternatives, how many adverbs you use, and how often you use the passive voice.

There is a lot of information in one tool, which makes the Hemingway app one of the most powerful writing tools on the web.

  1. Google’s keyword planner

The Google Keyword Planner is the freeway to introduce Google to keywords related to your business. It shows the search volume and potential amount per click for each keyword entered, as well as related keywords.

If you need a topic for a new blog post, Google Keyword Planner is the platform to start!

  1. Wordable

Wordable is a great tool for creating and maintaining websites, but when it comes to writing, most copywriters prefer Google spreadsheets or good old Word.

The problem with copying text from either one is that the formatting is lost when pasted into WordPress. You have to do it all over again. The word worthy solves this problem. You can copy and paste your article into WordPress and format it exactly as it was in the original document.

  1. Flickr 

It is simple and painless to acquire and recognize images on Flickr, and the quality is second to none.

  1. Ninja Conversion Toolbox 

Conversions are a top priority in professional writing. Conversion Ninja Toolbox is essentially a website with a large library of conversion optimization features.

This is a great place to hang out if you need CRO advice.

  1. Zite

Zite is a great iOS and Android app that selects the latest web content for you based on your interests. This is a great way to explore your niche and help you come up with new topics and slogans that target your copy.

  1. RhymeZone 

Poetry isn’t all that requires rhyme. Even the editors sometimes need it.

Next time you’re looking for a rhyming word to amplify your text, head over to RhymeZone.


The best way to write is to write the first word. If you write without researching your titles, testing, or using your copy on plagiarism-proof software, your copyright is insufficient. Use these copyright tools to streamline your writing process and deliver an excellent copy.

Your writing team is now ready for the challenges.