InboundWriter is a social writing tool designed to assist web writers in creating articles, blog posts and other content that their audience will want to interact with. The application focuses on the idea that there are many places to post content on the web, and each requires a different strategy or approach to fully engage readers. A writer does not have time to explore them all. InboundWriter takes the guesswork out of the process and does the legwork for the writer. The application checks out popular social networks like Twitter and Facebook as well as Google page ranking and other major resources to determine what the user’s audience wants to see. All the research is done in real time so the user is always given the most up to date results. InboundWriter supplies specific tips and suggestions through a do’s and don’ts list to help the user across each platform. The user can follow these instructions to improve the appeal of their content. InboundWriter also gives users a place to store their work, which can be accessed any time from any internet browser. Additional features include daily backups so the user doesn’t have to worry about missing data.Show more screenshots »
InboundWriter is a product of Eightfold Logic. Eightfold Logic was founded in 2006. The company focuses on producing search marketing automation tools. The current headquarters can be found in San Francisco, California. The Eightfold Logic team includes CEO Mark Hoffman and Board Director Roger Chabra.
InboundWriter can offer users helpful insight through tips and suggestions that allow them to tailor their writing to a specific audience and online resource. This not only helps the user improve, but also allows them to spend less time researching and more time producing quality content.
InboundWriter.com welcomes users with a tidy, professional design that works well given its intended purpose. The user interface is set against a white background with a dark header bar and hints of color found throughout. Document scores are presented as a gauge while lists of suggested terms appear along the right with a star rating.
A new user can create an InboundWriter account by clicking the gold “Sign Up Now” button nestled in the upper, right hand corner of the page. A pop up box appears and asks the user for a valid email address and password. After entering the information, the user can click the gold “Finish Signing Up!” button at the bottom to continue. The following boxes invite the user to review a tutorial (or skip it if they prefer to learn on their own).
New InboundWriter users are given access to a free membership that allows them to edit up to eight documents per month. The user is also given the option of upgrading to an InboundWriter Professional account which costs approximately $20 per month and allows the user to edit unlimited documents.
InboundWriter could be a great resource for web writers. Users can create content that is tailored to a specific audience easily. The application is available as a free or paid subscription, which makes it appealing for professionals and casual web writers.