I’ll never forget the first time someone shared their Grammarly review with me. It happened when I was complimenting one of my DailyPS authors on their ability to write great content. He responded, “Well, thank you, Alex. But I don’t know what I’d do without Grammarly.” I immediately said, “What’s that?” … He changed my writing world through this introduction!
Finally, the solution to wring error-free content online has arrived! It’s called Grammarly, and it is a game-changer! Here is my official Grammarly review. 👉 This post is my official Grammarly review. It’s a product that I pay for and absolutely love! How many times have you written a sentence like this in a blog post:
“It was late on a friday and I couldn’t weight to leave work for the weekend because I had some very exciting things planed!”
Yep… Me too. 😓 And to make it worse, my mom and grandma are the only people kind enough to tell me that I had some spelling mistakes. Anyway, back on track here; after a quick meme:
Content, both in blog posts and on website pages, is becoming more critical than ever before. Written content is still the primary driver for SEO ranking. Because of this, we need to focus on producing high-quality content. That’s right; our grammar has to be on point!
With that said, here are two tools that I use to check grammar:
➤ #1. Grammarly
As I mentioned at the start, this post is my Grammarly review. There is no tool better than this one. I’ve used the free version, which was great, but the paid version is incredible. (And yes, I am running even this short post through Grammarly to ensure that it is grammatically correct!)
➤ #2. Hemingway Editor
Hemingway is an entirely free tool that tells you the reading grade level of your content and helps you navigate how to improve your content. It’s very cool and free! It also requires no account or anything. It’s a great quick tool to run your posts through.
For the rest of this post, I am going to focus on my Grammarly review as it truly is an essential writing tool for any blogger, author, or student. 👍👍
Not only does Grammarly handle basic spell checking, but it also catches stuff other services and grammatical services would not catch. Here’s an example:
As someone who ‘tries’ to be up-to-date with all the lingo the kids are using (I’m joking), tools like this are super helpful, so I don’t end up pulling a Michael Scott and saying something all wrong.
Another Grammarly highlight is that it doesn’t take much if any, additional time. You can write your content (or paste it) right into Grammarly’s reader, and you’re good to go. OR you can install the Chrome plugin which is also free and will spellcheck everything you write within the browser. Here’s what it looks like in action. 👇
I’m writing this Grammarly review because I love the program. It has helped me continuously produce great content. Here’s an example of a post I wrote that went viral. This would not have happened if I had no run it through Grammarly. 🙌