In Digital Marketing

There is little doubt content marketing is an important part of your business strategy: with a right content marketing strategy you can inform your followers of a lot of news, updates and all major info about your company and what you are doing at the moment. Moreover, blogging can also boost your SEO strategy.

In this post we will review some of the best tools for content marketing, discover tools to capture your ideas, correctly analyze headlines, proofread your content, and use free images for your pages or posts.

Headline Analyzer by CoSchedule.
Headline Analyzer is a tool that will give a score to your headline quality. Headline analyzer provides tips on individual components of the title, helping you find a title that suits your strategy!

headline analizer- content marketing tool

Hemingway App.
Are you looking for a way to make your posts easier to read? Very well then, Hemingway App is the right tool for you. The Hemingway Editor will give you ideas on how to improve your first draft, just minutes after you have written it.

hemingway app

Evernote is a cross-platform, freemium app designed for note taking, organizing, and archiving. The app allows users to create a “note” which can be a piece of formatted text, a full webpage or webpage excerpt, a photograph, a voice memo, or a handwritten “ink” note. Notes can also have file attachments. Evernote is available in a paid version or a more restricted free version. Evernote collects tools and it is very useful to capture ideas even on the go, via mobile or tablet.


Death to Stock.
Death to Stock provides high quality blog-ready images for free by email. They also sell other “packs” for nominal fees. You can view more on the death to stock websites

content marketing tools death to stock

What do you think about this content marketing tools? Have you tried them? Tell us your opinion or suggest more content marketing tools.

Can we help you sign your best sponsorship deal?

Riccardo Tafà
Riccardo Tafà
Managing Director for RTR Sports, Riccardo graduated in law at the University of Bologna. He began his career in London in PR, then started working in two and four-wheelers. A brief move to Monaco followed before returning to Italy. There he founded RTR, first a consulting firm and then a sports marketing company which, eventually, he moved back to London.
Recent Posts

Leave a Comment

2016’s Biggest Social Media Trends according to Ryan Holmes
Snapchat and Sports Marketing: different points of view of a game