Today I want to share something that I love. Something that I cannot blog without. In fact, it's something I cannot write anything important without.
I want to introduce you to a freemium service, called Grammarly.
Grammarly is more than just a spell checker. It checks for grammar, plagiarism, and spelling. Grammarly looks for 250 different types of errors.
It's more sophisticated than the WordPress spell checkers, the Microsoft Office spell checker and so many others. It's smart. It's real smart.
But that's not where it ends.
Grammarly also offers a writing interface where you can have a distraction free zone. There is also a Chrome extension that lets you have real-time checks within the WordPress editor.
Grammarly's Chrome extension works almost everywhere including Gmail, Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr, LinkedIn, and so many other places.
But there are also apps, including a Mac app that I found to be super handy.
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I've used Grammarly for blog content, page content and even ebooks. As a dyslexic writer, it has saved my bacon on numerous occasions. If you would like that extra support with your writing, and suggestions on improvement, then check out Grammarly today.
As a bonus in this article, I'd like to share Hemmingway, a free website with similar features as Grammarly. They also have an app, which is rough $10.