Researching the Topic
Research adds depth and authority to content. WriteBoost provides tools to search the internet, current news, social media, libraries, and encyclopedias.
Search a Topic on the Internet. WriteBoost provides full internet searching capabilities including advanced queries. Once the information is found, it can be added to notes, a curation list, or a document started with that information.
Search for News about a Topic. Finding important news about a topic can create additional depth and reader interest in the content. Adding news items to existing content is also a great way to refresh existing content. All news items found can be added to a curation list note, or document.
Search a Topic on Social Media Researching what others are saying and resources they are sharing is a very effective way to research a topic. WriteBoost enables you so search Facebook, Google+, Twitter, Quora, LinkedIn and Reddit.
Search Online Libraries WriteBoost enables you to quickly search online libraries such as the Internet Public Library, Library of Congress, WorldCat, Open Library, Project Gutenberg and others. The more depth you have in your content, the more authority it will have.
Search Online Encyclopedias The traditional encyclopedia can be an excellent place to begin research. Encyclopedia's help you understand a topic quickly. WriteBoost provides easy access to Wikipedia, Encyclopedia.com, Reference.com, and Britannica.
Resources for Research WriteBoost also offers guides to performing research. Lists of specialized search engines, helpful websites, and research approaches are provided.