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  • mschmidlen

    AWESOME list of tools, THANK YOU!

    • Robert Morris

      You are welcome!

  • Hassan Rashid

    Another distraction-free writing software is OmmWriter!

  • Ellen Butler

    This is the most exciting article I’ve seen since the one on the best websites for designing graphics! I’ve never heard of these, and what’s more, it never occurred to me to “google” help with writer’s block…or DWS (Distracted Writers Syndr

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  • http://www.aha-now.com/ Harleena Singh

    Hi Jeff,

    This is such a great resource for writers like us, and of course bloggers too who write consistently :)

    I’ve just about heard of a few from this awesome list, which I’ve bookmarked, and would certainly be checking out the rest. Some of them seem so new, but awesome ones.

    Thanks for sharing these writing tools with us :)

  • SamSingh

    This is rightly said, Write or Die. You can’t survive unless you write
    useful content for the readers. Its the key to success. Continuous
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  • Robert Morris

    Thanks, Kimanzi!

  • Didi Hoffmann

    Hey, thank you very much for this really good writeup. We are currently working on a new idea in writing longer texts together. It is called http://www.DBook.biz The main concept is that you split up the text into manageable items and hence gain a lot of structure and text management.

  • Ruth

    Hi there John
    Awesome post thank you – you came as if called. I was just looking over the weekend for exactly these types of tools to help me and some of my students with exactly this issue. I will definitely pass the info on ( with a link to your Blog of course – lol ) for them to use.

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  • http://subconsciousproxy.com/ Maurice L. Robinson

    Thanks for the tips. They’re nice options to have at hand. I’m more familar and comfortable with osCommerce and osCMax code editing–a WordPress newbie.

    Over the past month I’ve gotten back into pen and paper writing and I now have a few note books going. I also use a command line text editor which is a lot easier on the eyes.

    How concerned should I be about the load I’m putting on my WordPress site if I start using it like cloud terminal?

  • Diana Navarro

    Great tips. I’m excited to look into them.

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  • http://aglimmeroflight.net/ R. Glimerhope

    Great tips, thank you so much! Didn’t know that such helpful tools existed. It’s really going to ease online writer’s life.

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  • Selmon Olive

    In this contemporary world today, we all know that how much importance time keeps for the marketers. And when it comes to writer, I think so that they played a very important role in the marketing part as online marketing is hugely based on content and its a critical issue to visualize the things go alright in the segment practically.

    But being in the online marketing profession, I think to save the time and utilize it to the maximum in a very different manner. Practically I use a tool which keeps track of the hours I spent on a particular project and take reference of it with arranging the upcoming tasks or projects. This approach some what builds up a way to stay focused and updated in terms of the business management. The tool that basically I prefer using is from Replicon.

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  • Jaysen

    Bloody awesome list. Thank you so much man

  • Jaysen

    This is freaking awesome list. Ty

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    omg plotbot looks awesome. I’ve used Write or Die and I think it would work great for certain types–but I think it makes me more nervous than anything else ;)

  • Jjimmy

    In this modern world, there are number of content marketers are in the web and so we can see a tight competitions with each other. So the content marketers have to complete their work by applying some tips and also they have to add new tool for improving the same.
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  • http://www.justoutsourcing.com/ Nicole Miller

    Hey there, Robert. See how you like First Draft (http://www.justoutsourcing.com/files/fd) It’s writing software for online freelance writers like myself, and it automates a heck of a lot!!

  • Abby Smith

    Great post and very interesting information. I agree with you that all
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    with a way to write down all the ideas , but will also enable them to
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  • April McCool

    For those working on novels, or even long papers or non-fiction books that require chapters and research, Scrivener is writing software that helps you organize your writing, research, etc. I believe it’s $40, but you can frequently find it on sale, plus you get a free month to try it out and see if it’s for you. (I get nothing from this plug–I just use it.

  • Kevin Peter

    Robert, so true! I get ideas while taking a leak, and by the time I wind up, they evaporate or get mixed with other collateral thoughts. I nowadays carry my phone along, a notepad app helps to jot down whats necessary!!! Gotta try most of these now. Thank you :)

  • http://blog.atomicreach.com/ Atomic Reach

    Hi Robert, great list! We all need to save time when there’s so much writing going on online now a days. Atomic Reach can help here too and then some, you can check out our lite version here http://webapp.atomicreach.com/

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    Great tools for a person like me who loves to write. I will definitely use every tool
    that you have posted here. I wish you could post another article like this.