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What is Wordwell?

Wordful Word Counter is a simple tool that answers your burning question: what is the length of this text? Give the tool a text of your choice and it will count a number of characters, words, sentences and even more. Just enter arbitrary text and give it a try.

Who could use Wordwell?

Students

If you are writing an essay with either a minimal or a maximal limit of words, you may want to check regularly, if your text is within the limits. If your limit is given in standard pages of 1 800 characters, you will be relieved to find out that the tool can count the number of standard pages for you.

Aspiring Authors & Novelists

If you are an aspiring author or novelist, you may find it useful to know which literature format your text fits. Publishers often have strict rules concerning the length of a novel, short story and others. Also if you are writing a piece for a writing competition, you are in luck. All the literature format lengths are taken directly from the rules of a famous Nebula Awards. And if you are a real book-worm, you can enter the text of any book, to find its length.

Twitter users

Have you ever had a thought, that was too long for 280 characters? You are not alone. The tool can help you to tell when you hit the invisible Twitter wall. And even more, you can use our tool to split long text into separate tweets. Cool, right?

Bloggers & Content Writers

You want to be included in Google search results, right? And you want to be included high. True, content length is not the most important metric that will rise you to top results (the debate is still on) but content length still deserves a thought. You do not want your content to be short but you do not want to bore your reader to numbness either. Regularly checking the length of your piece (and maybe the length of your competitor's pieces *wink*) may not be a that bad idea. Also, if you do not want to sound like a broken record, you may check out the frequency and density of words you are using.

Public speakers

Are you preparing a speech in front of the crowd? Or are you making notes for a presentation for your boss? Everything above also applies to you. You want to know the length of your piece and you may want to check the frequency of words your speech contains (too many ‘disruption’, ‘personalization’ and ‘influencers’ have not killed anybody yet, but why to try your luck). The best part is, the tool can also calculate how much time you will need to read your text aloud. Given that you speak at a rate of 150 words per minute, as the average person does.

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