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Hey guys! I hope it has been a good day for you so far.
I am not afraid to admit that I sometimes waste spend a little too much time obsessing over the quality of my blog posts.
Most of my posts have close to 100 iterations.
It isn’t just limited to my blog posts… When I first created my site, my logo had 87 iterations! No joke.
I’m much better in this aspect now, thankfully. *wipes sweat*
Grammarly Review: It’s every perfectionist’s dream
When I found Grammarly, I changed 5,000+ spelling and grammatical mistakes in my blog posts on the spot.
Nowadays, I’m not so extreme – so if you see errors here and there, please pardon me.
I must say that it was very gratifying to fix all the errors.
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Here is what I like about Grammarly…
Grammarly is easy to set-up
You can use Grammarly’s online text editor, or install Grammarly’s free browser extension for Chrome, Safari, and Firefox. You can also choose to install Grammarly straight to your desktop.
Personally, I use the Chrome plugin, and it’s real handy. All I had to do was click on the “Add To Chrome” button on Grammarly’s website, add the extension, and I got it set-up in less than 5 seconds.
Did I mention that it was free? Haha.
Click here to set-up Grammarly – its an easy process.
Grammarly corrects your errors very efficiently
Here’s how Grammarly works:
Once you are all set up, there’s near instantaneous detection. It’s pretty neat.
For instance, if you want to correct errors in your articles, just click on the Grammarly red circle at the bottom right corner of your editor:
The Grammarly editor will pop up, and you’ll be able to correct your mistakes almost instantaneously.
Unlike most checkers, most of the errors that Grammarly detect are valid, and I’m pretty impressed.
Automatic detection of errors
Sometimes, you don’t even have to do anything, and a red line will appear, telling you that you have made a mistake!
However, I have noticed that this happens only for some errors, not all.
Just hover over it, and you will see suggestions to correct your error.
It has a great free plan
Did I mention that its free to get started with Grammarly?
They do have a premium plan to spot additional errors, but I find the free plan very robust and amazing for something that’s free.
Click here to check out Grammarly’s free plan.
My Grammarly Review: A Summary
I believe that Grammarly is a great tool to have if English is not your first language, especially if you are not very proficient in English yet.
Grammarly works to help you edit your blog posts, emails, and even your Facebook statuses to remove any language errors, so what’s not to love? 🙂
I hope that you’ll find this review helpful. Most importantly, do use Grammarly to improve your writing.
Once again, click here to check out Grammarly, it’s free!
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I always use this tool before I publish a new post on our site. Already used this some months ago, by the way.
It was very easy to use, just copy paste your writing and you got it checked in some seconds.
Really helpful tool and very satisfied using it.
Raelyn Tan says
Hey Yosef, yes, it’s amazing, and it’s free too!