This post contains affiliate links and is sponsored by Grammarly. This in no way affects my opinion on the service below.
Let’s be honest, I am always looking for new ways to improve the way I write. I take pride in this blog and want it to be the best it can be, so a service like Grammarly I feel will be really beneficial to me. I am planning on testing the service, but for now, I’m just using the browser extension which has already helped tremendously.
Grammarly provides many features that are beneficial to students, bloggers, freelance writers, and pretty much anyone who regularly writes in their day to day life.
There is an absolutely free browser extension for those of us who use Chrome and with as many perks as it offers, I recommend you give it a try. It brings the grammar-checking powers you’ll come to love in Grammarly to most any website you write on. Right now as I type in my WordPress dashboard it is constantly checking my grammar and giving me suggestions on how to improve each sentence – I tend to be a bit comma crazy and this is helping me tame that. Besides WordPress, this extension also works on sites like Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, Blogger, Tumblr, Gmail and more – so no matter where you’re typing Grammarly will be there to help you along.
The way the Grammarly for Chrome extension works is by allowing you to hover your mouse over highlighted text(much like how spell check works in Microsoft Word) or by opening up a pop-up window that allows you to view all of the recommended corrections at one time.
While Grammarly for Chrome is extremely helpful for me as a blogger and as I write copy to help promote the authors I work for, I cannot wait to take it to the next level and test out the features in Grammarly Premium.
Why Grammarly Premium?
Grammarly Premium is for writers who really want to ensure that their content is the best it can be. In addition to the 150 possible types of grammatical errors that the Chrome extension offers, Grammarly Premium checks for over 250 possible grammatical errors and will even provide vocabulary enhancement suggestions. Not only that, but something that might be helpful to students is the plagiarism checker and citation suggestions that are also included at no additional cost to the premium subscription.
Want to try Grammarly for yourself? Simply click here to head on over and install the free extension and give it a try for yourself. If you’re anything like me, you won’t be disappointed.