Jesse MiddletonVC @Flybridge. Co-founder @WeWorkLabs.

What's the best product to help with creating and editing content?

Thinking about products like Wonder but where there's an editorial edge that helps to create the basis for a piece of content. Mostly to be used when crafting blog posts, Medium posts, email newsletters, etc... Looking for a network of content creators who can help to write/edit as well, possibly.
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    Hemingway Editor 3.0

    Make your writing bold and clear, send to Medium/Wordpress

    Dre Durr💡Growth is the only thing that matters · Written
    It makes it much easier for your readers to understand your writing.
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    • Kesava MandigaCurious cat. Writer. Explorer.

      Simple, unambiguous, clutter-free writing made easy for anyone. Hemingway is a godsend for people like me that, completely unintentionally, wax poetic about stuff that can be said in a few words.

    • Cornelius H DoGraduate @ CommBank

      I started using Hemingway from it's first iteration. First for my uni assignments and since then I've used it for almost everything. Slide decks, presentations, social posts, campaign copy, you name it. I even used it for this review! haha

  2. 5
    Draft

    GitHub for writing

    Ryan Hoover79Founder, Product Hunt · Written
    Draft is a fantastic tool for collaboration. Share your writing privately with a friend and they can directly suggest edits which appear as diffs (you can visualize what they removed or added as you do in GitHub). It's helped me become a better writer. You can also pay professional copy editors to review your writing, directly from the web app.
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    Contentools

    Content marketing platform to streamline content management

    Gustavo CanovaFinance, Contentools · Written
    Best way to manage your content marketing strategy
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    A great content marketing platform to plan, schedule, distribute and analyze content production.
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    Scrivener

    My favorite writing tool

    Kyle Hess5Fintech Product Manager · Written
    Not sure if this is what you're looking for... but Scrivener is great for research/composing. I've never used it for sharing content... but I really like it for longer projects.
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    • I love Scrivener. I'm less than enthused about the Windows version, but on Mac it's fantastic and windows is getting there.. Wish there were better ways to sync data but Dropbox is decent enough. Better integration with citation software would be nice too.

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    Bear

    A beautiful, flexible writing app for notes and prose

    Jason CoudrietDesign Leader, @blackboard @troweprice · Written
    A beafutifually, elegant interface with markdown and a solid sync for tablet, phone and desktop. I use for writing, notes and research.
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    • Justin DeardorffHunter/Gatherer of Ideas

      I searched high and low for a replacement to the Mac OS default Notes app, which is incredibly limited in functionality and insufficient for my needs. I had one twist - I needed to find a note taking app for Mac that did not sync or store notes in the cloud. Bear does just that and it happens to be great. I really enjoy the hashtag categorization system and ability to have multiple tags on a note. It's a twist on Evernote style tags, but with a lighter-weight style of notebook organization and management.

    • Scot KruegerFounder of Krutech.com

      Overall I love Bear. It is beautifully designed. I love the simple interface and the ability to tag notes is amazing. It makes searching for old notes so much easier. This is better than Apple Notes and I love it so much more than Evernote.

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    CoSchedule

    Social Media Editorial Calendar for WordPress

    Melissa MonteDirector of Media & Startup Growth · Written
    This is a combination content manager and social media scheduler. It's a hub built for scale and ensures a repeatable process for optimization exposure to every piece of content you create.
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  7. David SingerProduct person · Written
    Every time I try and move away from this, I get pulled back in. I have features that I'd love baked in, and a cleaner interface/UX I'd love to see. But a few things get me back here. You mentioned a "network" of creators, and everyone I know has a Google account. So friction is removed there. There's versioning and commenting. Everything else, despite how much I want it, becomes secondary when I'm working with others.
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