Now that we have the Internet and so much written content that we do in real-time, the same features can be accessed via apps. For instance, you can install the Grammarly extension for your browser and whenever you are typing on any website, Grammarly will give feedback on your writing, related to tone, grammar, spelling and more.
What's even more, there are software programs and tools for all kinds of writers. Other than all the helpful grammar check applications, there are tools developed for writers to get to structure their content better, whether it is a book, a script, an article, literally anything.
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These tools and extensions do not work on all platforms and each tool is designed for a specific purpose. If you are a creative writer, you may want to go with tools like ZenPen. The tool, website or app you choose depends upon the niche for which you're writing. Along with all these tools, there are also many free writing courses for you to browse. Many of these courses can be audited and for some, you can even get certificates in exchange for a fee.
So whether you are a magazine writer, a fiction writer, a technical writer - you name it. Be it any niche and there is plenty of help and resources available out there for writers. To check out the free tools, have a look at the infographic below and you can view a variety of free courses here on Couponchief.
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