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2017

WRITING - 5 Tools Every Blogger Should be Using! – Going Big — The Official Crowdfire Blog

by decembre (via)
1. Grammarly (Addon - https://app.grammarly.com/) : Tenses, Conjunctions, Punctuation. Advise or Advice. Co-operate or Cooperate. This nifty tool helps me proofread my work of creation to make sure there are no spelling mistakes no commas missing and that my end result reads well. I just have to copy and paste my text into Grammarly’s Editor and see it work its magic! 2. Power Thesaurus (https://www.powerthesaurus.org/): This tool makes sure I never run out of words. Ever. Abnormality can become Anomaly, Excitement can become Exhilaration, Untidy to Unkempt, Indirect to Vicarious …. the possibilities are endless! 3. ZenPen (http://www.zenpen.io/) : I find myself experimenting with all of that little editing/ (formatting?) tools available at the side while writing before I even have the first sentence ready. It gives me a minimalist writing space to write my blogposts without any distractions. 4. Hemingway (http://www.hemingwayapp.com/): My one stop tool to refine my blog post and make it publish ready! It does everything: Highlights grammatical errors, Points out complex words and suggests alternatives, Flags passive voices, and, Highlights sentences which are difficult to read and could do with breaking lines. 5. Evernote (https://evernote.com/): Evernote is that super handy tool that helps me take the right notes, so I can bring them all together when I put pen to paper in my next blog post. Evernote lets me note down things on the go wherever I am. I can note down Texts, Images and even Audios for when I want to revisit them later.

EDITOR - Markdown Monster - TUTORIAL (image) - Getting Images into Markdown Documents and Weblog Posts with Markdown Monster – Markdown Monster Blog – Medium

by decembre (via)
Getting Images into Markdown Documents and Weblog Posts with Markdown Monster: One good justification for using a rich editor for editing Markdown or a Weblog entry is that you can provide some additional features above and beyond what a simple text or code editor can provide. When you’re creating content you are usually dealing with a number of things beyond plain text like code snippets, feature widgets and most importantly — images. Just about any document you create is likely to include some visual content in the form of images and getting images into documents should be as quick and easy as possible. In this post, I describe all the different ways available in Markdown Monster to add images to Markdown content.

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Regrouper vos outils de communication

by Giraultises (via)
Glide est une suite qui regroupe un gestionnaire de contact, un chat, une boite email, un espace de partage de document, un calendrier, un éditeur de texte, de présentation, d'images, de blog, ... le tout en full flash.

Ecriver des billets depuis les Air

by Giraultises & 5 others (via)
AirPress est un logiciel RDA qui vous permettra d'écrire directement vos billet pour votre blog depuis votre ordinateur. Vous pourrez ainsi envoyer du texte, de la vidéo, des photos, du son, ... depuis un simple éditeur ergonomique.

Une timeline pour vous suivre dans le temps

by Giraultises & 6 others (via)
CircaVie est un service qui vous permet de créer une timeline pour publier au fil du temps des photos, des textes, des commentaires, ... C'est en quelque sorte une plateforme de micro-blogging sous forme linéaire. Vous pourrez aussi l'intégrer dans votre blog.

Un YouTube pour les formats texte

by Giraultises & 49 others (via)
Scribd est une application dans la lignée de SlideShare (partage et publication de présentation). Vous pouvez ainsi uploader tous vos documents textes (pdf, doc, ppt, xls, txt, ...) et les partager sur la toile. Scribd dispose aussi d'un lecteur pour diffuser facilement vos documents sur votre blog ou site.

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