## Introduction to Writing Tools
Writing tools are one of the best ways to stand out in the business messaging space. Writing tools can be used in many different ways, but the most common use is to create a tool that you can embed on your website or blog. This tool can then be used to send out messages to your audience. There are many different types of tools you can write, but some of the most popular ones include:
– Forms: Forms are a great way to collect information from your audience and send it back to you. Forms can be embedded on your site or blog, or you can use a third-party form builder to create your own forms.
– Surveys: Surveys are great for collecting information from a large number of people at one time. You can embed surveys on your blog or website, or use a 3rd-party survey builder to build your own surveys. Surveys can also be used for marketing purposes. For example, you can create a survey that asks your audience questions about their experience with your product or service, and then use the results of the survey to improve your product.
– Lead Capture: Lead capture is a great tool for gathering information from people who are interested in your business. Lead capture tools are similar to surveys, but instead of asking people questions, they collect information about people’s interest in your product, service, or website. You then use this information to market to people who have shown an interest in what you have to offer. Some lead capture tools also allow you to segment your audience based on their interests, so you can send them messages that are more relevant to their needs. For more information on lead capture.
You can also use writing tools to create other types of content, such as infographics, white papers, and blog posts. The great thing about writing tools is that you don’t have to be a professional writer to create them. You just need to be able to write in plain English, and you are ready to go!
If you want to learn more about how to write a blog post or create an infographic, see the Writing Tools guides, respectively.