Coschedule, the social media management software, is known for creating incredible tools for people to access – free of charge.

On top of its social media and campaign management tool, Co-Schedule offers two incredible tools for you to improve both your emails and online content.

Overall emails are 40x more effective than social media for customer acquisition: you are 40x more likely to get noticed via email than on Facebook. Emails averages a 3800% return on investment.

Most times, emails fail right from the beginning, with their subject line, if people do not open the email, you are effectively wasting your time. You have a captive audience who opted-in to your communication.

Give them a reason to open your emails with the Email Subject Line Tester.

This tool is fuelled by real-world data to analyse, score, and suggest optimisation for your email subject lines. Write email subject lines that drive more opens, more clicks, and more conversions by simply typing your subject line.

Not only you’ll receive a score for your subject line, but you’ll also get implementation ideas with explanations.

Did you know that emojis in your subject lines can boost open rates by as much as 57%?

The right amount of words and characters can make all the difference in your open rates. The results also include extra data and a few preview options for your headline.

If you have a newsletter, you really need to bookmark this amazing tool.

“On average, 5x as many people read the headline as read the body copy. When you’ve written your headline, you’ve spent eighty cents out of your dollar.” – DAVID OGILVY

Just like emails, being able to review your headlines is essential for your content to go viral.

You need to be able to know what content people would love to read (think how tos, questions) as well as tapping into curiosity, emotions or need.

The word balance is actually the best part of the analyser, but the tips to specific articles related to your specific weaknesses are also a great tool.

The tool also allows you to see preview of the headline in different browsers.

Check the headline tester here.