Think of the Editor as your partner, helping your story and vision come to life.
Let’s take a look at how you can make the most intuitive editor on the internet work for you.
1. One of the hardest things about blogging is coming up with content ideas, let alone reproducing original content frequently!
We’ve removed some of these initial hurdles by giving you the resources to get the creative juices flowing.
2. Click on ‘Sources’ and you’ll see the most recent and most visited articles about your selected category.
If you see an article you like, click through, brainstorm, write down ideas and start typing.
You can filter articles to your selected category and even to your specific geographic region.
3. Click on ‘Images’ and you’ll see thousands of images associated with your selected category and/or sub-category.
Visual assistance has always been a great catalyst for writing.
You can insert images as your feature image, scale your image to the centre of your article, stretch and even pin it to the right or left of your piece depending on the format you wish to write it.
4. Ok, you’re away!
The default text is Open Sans. If you think it doesn’t suit the style of the article, change it up.
Click the ‘Text‘ button on the left pane to select from a variety of professional fonts and scripts to match your articles persona.
5. Grammarly will ensure your writing is fluid and void of any simple punctual and grammatical errors.
Grammarly is a great grammar and punctuation tool, used by millions of individuals and businesses around the world.
A little spelling or grammatical oversight could mean the difference between an active follower or a drop in readership. It’s at your disposal, so use it. But if you find the automation a little annoying, feel free to turn it off.
6. You’re ready to leak your work. Great job!
Leakd is built on the premise of enabling bright minds to confidently share their experiences and/or expertise. We want to give you as many platforms as possible to spread your knowledge.
As it stands today, you can share to:
The Publish Preview page gives you the opportunity to make any last-minute cosmetic changes to your article before you share it.
All published articles, by default, are shared to the Headlines page.