Blogging can be a lot of work, but Grammarly is a great resource to make it just a little easier. It can automate many common tasks for you, such as checking spelling and grammar. It can even act as a plagiarism filter to determine if others are copying your material.
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Honestly, I’m sitting here at the end of an 18 hour day. I started with my day job at the bank, then I had a long Scout meeting. Then when I got home, I had to check Email and finish a few orders for my Fiverr clients. With a day like that, I just don’t have time to do an extensive proofread and grammar check of every single word I type. Grammarly is exactly what I need for my work.
It’s also handy for students, business professionals, and anyone who just wants to write better.
Here’s a quote directly from their site – “Essentially, Grammarly offers the same features as a thesaurus, a quality grammar checking program, and a plagiarism checker. While you can purchase each of these tools separately elsewhere, Grammarly combines them, which is actually quite nice.” Brandi Cross, Freelance Writer
I love this graphic – they actually had a contest to determine which is the most annoying grammar error. Evidently, it is the misuse of your and you’re – ugh. One of my little pet peeves also.
Give it a try and see if it helps you.