Use cases

Write better fiction with the help of text-analysis tools.

 

You may not know it yet, but you have just discovered one of the most exciting text-analysis tools on the market, one that will surely help you improve your writing and offer you detailed feedback. You’re probably wondering how it can help you, so first just think about this:

Jack London, Mark Twain, Ernest Hemingway had a tremendous ability to use words in such a way that they moved people to laughter, fear, or tears. How did they do that?  We all have access to the same vocabulary and alphabet, yet they wrote timeless classics and have been remembered for it. What did they do differently? Would you like to have a way to find out what is hidden behind their words that made them so famous? Would you like to be able to measure their style of writing so that you could follow the same patterns?

Well… now there is a way! It’s called IntenCheck – the latest innovation in text analytics and sentiment analysis software.

What IntenCheck does is highly complex, yet very simple to use: it analyzes texts and offers clear information about what emotions the words in the text create in the readers’ minds. Not only that, but it also offers essential information about the communication style used by the author, and reveals the attitude used as well. Believe it or not, it even shows if the text appears to be sincere or not.

How does this help you?

Imagine this:

You are trying to write a captivating novel which will maintain your readers’ attention on your book for extended periods of time. This can be pretty difficult nowadays when there are so many distractions and other things that can keep people busy – smartphones, tablets, Youtube, Facebook, Angry Birds, unlimited number of websites, etc.
You want to make sure that your novel is written in such a way that it moves readers through different emotions and states of mind often enough, so that it doesn’t get boring and allow them to find something else to do. With a quick IntenCheck analysis you can find out what specific emotions the words in your text help create. You can then make adjustments to ensure that different parts of your novel generate different dominant emotions.

In order to know how often to move from one dominant emotion to another within your text, you could analyze other famous works that are relevant, taken part by part. Perhaps you could analyze works of the great writers of all-time or of any other writers you admire, whose novels are closer to what you are particularly aiming for.

Another very important way to use our text-analysis tool to improve your writing is by making sure that your style of communication includes all the important senses. Don’t just paint the picture for your readers, but also make sure that your words make it easy for them to feel the different feelings and hear the voices of the characters as well. Involve your readers completely in the world of your novel by appealing to all their senses, and keep track of this with the communication style results that IntenCheck provides you with.

Now that you have a more clear sense of some of the things that our text-analysis software can do for you to assist you with your writing, be sure to try it out and you’ll be surprised when you see the immediate impact it will have. Also read the case studies and white papers provided and convince yourself even more of why this is such a revolutionary tool. It’s a must have for anyone interested in writing fiction. Also keep in mind that at the moment the Pro version is absolutely FREE to use!

Click here to go to the white papers and case studies section.