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Top 5 Fast Essay Writing Tools in 2024

Top 5 Fast Essay Writing Tools in 2024

top 5 writing toolsAs a student, balancing college tasks while also working part-time, I’ve tried out a bunch of AI writing tools for the past few months and found my top 5 favorites. So, if you’re in the same boat perhaps dealing with a condition that affects your writing, struggling to think of new ideas for your research papers, or simply being a busy person like me, juggling a job and studying and needing some help then these top 5 picks can save you time. Let’s start our list.

Blainy: Blainy is an AI writing tool that you can use to write your essays, assignments, research papers, and notes, utilizing its amazing features like suggestions, AI automation, citations, paraphrasing, built-in plagiarism checker, and AskBlainy. You can use all of its features for free on a daily basis as they give out credits daily, but if you want to purchase their paid plan, it’s $20 per month and $144 annually. And my rating for blainy will be 4.9/5.

MyStylus: MyStylus is a good academic writing tool that you can use to write essays, assignments and research papers. It uses smart technology to improve your writing style and fix mistakes. You can try it for free or choose from paid plans starting at $19.95/month. It’s easy to use and helps make your writing better. But remember, some of the best features come with paid plans. And my rating for MyStylus will be 4.6/5.

LumenWriter: LumenWriter is an AI tool for academic writing. It helps with content generation, research, and paper organization. While pricing is pending, its AI features simplify writing and support various academic tasks. Its key strength is combining content generation and research tools, making it valuable for students and researchers aiming to enhance writing efficiency and quality. My rating for LumenWriter is 4.5/5.

ChatGPT: We are all familiar with ChatGPT. It is a flexible and affordable language generation tool, perfect for creative writing tasks. While it does not write in user-friendliness and responsiveness so it may lack precision for academic writing. Overall, it’s a valuable tool for various language generation needs. I mostly use it for grammar correction, some new ideas, and so on. My rating for ChatGpt is 4.4/5.

Closerscopy: It is an AI-powered copywriting software designed to simplify the process of creating high-quality content. You can write your essays, assignments, research papers, articles, blogs and more on it. It’s a good tool but its very expensive so that’s why I don’t prefer it that much but overall its a good tool. It’s monthly price is 49.99$. My rating for this one is 4.4/5.


Consumer Trends – 2010

Trendhuntertv has created this interesting report which highlights 20 top trends that are emerging for 2010.

The list of the top 20 includes

  • Personalization
  • Unservice
  • Peacocking
  • Rental
  • Culture
  • Prodependancy
  • DIY Healthcare
  • Nostalgia
  • Crowdsource
  • Emotionology
  • Simpletising
  • Ecopolitan
  • Greenpliances
  • Nomadabodes (portable living spaces)
  • Pop-uptailing
  • Life-swapping
  • DIY Decor
  • Next Besting

Frontiering Shopping cart

Having used X-cart at the shopping cart solution at Gourmet Shopper, I was interested to see that the X-cart developers have released a new AJAX style shopping cart solution called Ecwid.
Here’s an example shopping cart that I have been testing, which as well as working inside WordPress.

The Cart tool is reasonably simple to setup and configue, and whilst there are some limitations, it promises to be an excellent option for shops wanting to syndicate their content across their growing range of interaction points.
Here’s an image of how it looks in Facebook (see example)

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Blog Action Day

October 15th is Blog Action Day, where 10,000 bloggers around the world are writing about climate  change.


Social Media certainly provides a platform to harness the “collective” due to the global accessibility of internet and the ease of content publication which has given consumers a voice.  Cause marketing is certainly one of the early adopters of doing this, and I expect to see a continued growth in corporate sponsorship of these initiatives, demonstrating the merging of social media engagement and PR.

Whilst there is no shortage of commentary providing information and material about how individuals can reduce their carbon footprint, I thought I’d use this post to comment on one of the outstanding features of this campaign – the Action page.  Blog Action Day’s Action page is an excellent example of making it easy for your audience to take action.

It’s good to be involved with an initiative like this where individuals can contribute content which through the power of tagging (this initiative is using the hashtag #BAD09 ), which allows the content to be aggregated and shared in real time. at

Follow the twitter stream from #BAD09 here. So far the results are quite amazing where Blog Action Day has been the top Google blog search today.

The Official Google Blog provided a green tour of their campus, Gadling is featuring green travel posts all day, and Grist has a great round-up of some of the best posts thus far. Nonprofits including Oxfam, Greenpeace , 1Sky and TckTckTck have all put up new posts.

Mainstream media is also getting involved, for example CNN has written this article about Blog Action Day.