We’ve all heard “Content is king.”. With better and fresh content, we can keep our visitors coming back to our site.
We need unique and powerful content to get better search engine ranking.
It’s no secret that Search engines and your visitors love content. So if you supply it regularly, you’re giving them a great reason to stop on by to take a look around.
Content writing is an art. You have two choices, either just give information what visitors are looking for, or build a relationship with your reader via your magical writing and make them to your subscribers.
Achieving all success in web marketing, you have to produce better quality and engaging content.
A quality content is error free, easy to read, and unique.
Here I listed 5 best grammar checker tools which help you to write more error free and flawless content.
If you are looking for a proofreading tool which gives the best result as the professional proofreading services do, Grammarly is the right choice.
It is a multi-purpose tool for writers and bloggers. You can either install a plugin in your browser or directly paste your content in Grammarly dashboard to check spelling and grammatical errors. All you need to do is to create a free account.
Grammarly is my favorite because it gives the detailed description of our errors and thus, we can improve our writing.
Its free version picks up almost all the spelling mistakes, grammatical errors, and the stylistic enhancements.
Plagiarism checking and other advanced features are included in the premium version.
WhiteSmoke also works same as Grammarly, but its free online version is limited to 250 characters per check. We can’t check the whole content at once.
But it will also give an accurate result and catch up all the spelling, grammatical, and punctuation errors.
It’s paid version gives more accurate results and works everywhere you type: in MS-Word, Outlook, web browsers, and other text editing programs.
Grammarbase is another promising tool and it shows your errors and give suggestions.
If you can’t correct the mistakes, you can take help from their professional proofreaders.
But their manual proofreading services are little expensive.
Polishmywriting is also a good proofreading tool. It’s an open source project and available on WordPress.com as well as in libraries, plugins, add-ons, and extensions for a variety of platforms.
It highlighted errors in three different colors. Red for spelling errors, green for grammatical errors, and blue for style enhancements. It also gives the active and passive voice suggestions, so we can improve our writing skills.
Ginger is another proofreading tool, which works like Grammarly. But its free version limited to 2-3 proofreading per day. It annoys users with its pop-up message saying ‘trial version expired’.
These are some of the online grammar checker tools that I use and Grammarly is my favorite here. If you have, know any other tip for better proofreading , please share them in the comment section.