Want to create relevant, engaging and professional-looking social media content? Here’s some useful tools and resources that can help…

 

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Answer The Public

A clever insight tool that shows what people are searching for online.

BuzzSumo

A useful website to help discover content ideas, gather insights, and identify influencers.

Google Alerts

Learn how to set up the free notification service provided by Google.

Grammarly

Grammarly helps detect grammar, spelling, punctuation, and style mistakes in your writing.

Canva

Create social media graphics with ease.

Feedly

The easy way to organize, read and share news content. The free plan allows you to follow up to 100 sources and organize them into 3 feeds.

Rev

Converts audio and video to text. Useful for transcriptions, and to create captions/subtitles. $1.25 per minute

Giphy

An online database where you can find and create memorable GIFs.

Lumen5

Lumen5 combines powerful A.I. with a simple drag-and-drop interface to help you create professional video content in minutes.

Unsplash

Over 2 million free high-resolution images brought to you by the world’s most generous community of photographers.

Kapwing

Kapwing is a collaborative platform for creating images, videos, and GIFs. I find it most useful for adding captions to videos.

Sniply

Overlay your own custom message onto any piece of content and include a call-to-action with every link you share.

Loom

Record and share video messages of your screen. Useful for quick ‘how-to’ demonstrations.

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