Grammarly Review Tool For SEO
As a writer, you are continually searching for an online proofreading tool that can do the job.
It has to be accurate and would make your writing error-free and easy to read.
Typos and grammar mistakes are quite embarrassing for a writer.
Bryan Collins from Become a Writer Today shares with us his Grammarly Tool Review. He spent 30 days using Grammarly before he proceeded to pay for a Grammarly Premium subscription.
His review is based on the Premium version of Grammarly.
How It Works
First, you need to create a Grammarly account for free. Next step is to take a tour of the Grammarly editor.
It will show you how to get feedback on your writing quickly, help you make your writing clear and adjust input to your chosen writing style.
You can now open a new document and set a goal for your writing.
Goals can be set based on:
Intent ex., educate, story or inform
Audience ex., expert or general
Style ex., informal or formal
Emotion ex., strong or mild
Domain ex., academic, technical or business
You can write in Grammarly directly or use another tool and paste extracts of your writing into Grammarly for grammar checking, proofreading and catching spelling mistakes.
It only takes a few seconds before the tool underlines grammar mistakes similar to what you can see in Microsoft Word. The Premium subscription gives a more detailed explanation than the free version on why you made a writing error.
This is beneficial for non-native English writers and if you want to improve your English grammar.
The tool also gives insights about your writing based on the number of characters and sentence length, vocabulary and readability and reading time to name a few.
Grammarly has a plagiarism checker that can be used if you are writing academic papers or checking on a fellow writer's work.
This feature will show if the content you pasted on the tool for checking is plagiarized.
You can also discover if your work is being plagiarized by some other writers when you turn this premium feature on. College students may find this appealing especially when they need to cite their sources.