In this video we cover 7 helpful websites you need to be using
#1 – Coschedule Headline Analyzer
This free tool allows you to analyze headlines for their copywriting quality and it gives you various ways you can improve on your headlines. Headlines, particularly on websites and YouTube ARE THE MOST IMPORTANT aspect of your online content. A good headline makes people curious and makes people want to read or watch your content. Otherwise, all your efforts in creating quality content will be a waste of time if you don’t have a great headline. Check out Coschedule Headline Analyzer here.
#2 – Compress NOW
This website compresses your image to a much smaller size. Why is that important? Because image size directly effects page load speed. A faster loading page will allow you to have better search rankings and will provide a better user experience, particularly if you’re using a parallax style theme that use a big hero image like is done on the “how to create a website” tutorial here on Website Creative Pro. While there are plugins like WP Smush that compress images already on your website, upload images that are already properly compressed without the need of a plugin while also retaining the asthetic appeal. Check out Compress now here.
#3 – Quicksprout
Quicksprout used to be the homepage for Neil Patel’s blog. Within the last two years however he switched away from providing a homepage that simply offer up his most recent blog posts to instead providing a useful tool for collecting data on your website or blog in order to grow your organic search traffic. Checkout Quicksprout here.
#4 – Unsplash
Unsplash is a collection of free, gorgeous, downloadable images you can use for free without any sort of attribution. It’s one of my go-to sources for all things images. Checkout Unsplash here.
#5 – Fakespot
Fakespot analyzes reviews for specific products on Amazon and then gives you percent rating of the reviews in terms of their quality. While it can not for certain tell you if reviews are fake, it can give you an indication that reviews for a specific product seem fake. All you do is take an Amazon URL and copy and paste it into Fakespot; check it out here.
#6 – Terms of Service; Didn’t Read
This website reviews the terms of service for various companies and online services, then it gives them a rating of quality from A (very good) to E (very bad). Google for example has a rating of C and YouTube has a rating of D. Check out TOSDR here.
#7 – Sleepy Time
Sleepy Time is an online calculator to help you determined when you should be going to bed if you want to get up at a certain time. It factors in your circadian rhythm and breaks up your bed time into either full on rest or a nap. Checkout Sleepy Time here.