The best and worst thing about any kind of art is that you can always improve. This is the reason why artists can keep sketching the same thing over and over again, and still not be happy with it. Or why writers can sit and stare at a draft for days, and still not be pleased with the result. Although the desire to improve and create a perfect piece is certainly commendable, it is not always viable, especially if you are working on deadlines. Not only is it time-consuming, it also increases your stress level and decreases productivity.

However, there are plenty of tools available for a writer to both improve themselves and increase productivity. These will help you to improve your grammar and writing skills, overcome your writer’s block, and enhance efficiency. You can use these to create high-quality content and become a better writer. 



Social media is a place where being relevant is vital. It works on the principle of ‘out of sight, out of mind’. However, that does not mean that you should bury your followers with the same old content. If you keep recycling your content, your followers will get bored and you are bound to lose engagement. You are therefore advised to engage your followers with fresh, original content.



The social media giant Facebook has become synonymous with interaction. On Facebook we engage with our friends, family and colleagues. We share our thoughts and feelings (and at times, even concerns) in various forms like posts, photos and videos. Facebook gives us all a platform to show who we are to the world and present how we see ourselves. We curate on Facebook a life full of love, happiness and at times drama which we share with our ‘friends’. This is the essence of Facebook: engagement. Having good engagement on Facebook



SmatBot- A ChatBot for the new way of Lead Generation

Experts Predictions- ChatBot in future:

Marketing Experts have given the predictions about chatbots in 2018 and their revolution in the future. A survey by Business Insider shows that 80% of businesses would require the use of chatbots by 2020.

What is SmatBot and Why?