Grammarly: Powering The Written Word
What you write determines where you’ll end up. At least, that’s what it looks like today given that a vast majority of us end up consuming information both online and offline.
If you are in business, you’d need to have a web presence. If you do have a web presence, the only way to make that count is by the written word.
Presentations, reports, emails, blog posts, articles, and even your social media updates require you to write well and powerfully. If you are about to write a novel or a memoir, you’d need even more help.
To write well, you’d need clarity of thought. You’ll also need to ensure that you don’t unnecessarily make mistakes that you could easily avoid.
If you can’t hire a full-time editor for all your writing, you’d only need to look at Grammarly.
Grammarly, in combination with Hemmingway app, makes for a powerful combination of tools to make your writing concise, powerful, and clear.
When you log into the Grammarly app, the interface makes for a very pleasant writing experience. The fonts and the large empty space are a departure from your regular word document.
You can write within Grammarly or you can write elsewhere and copy-paste your content into the free app.
The clever little app continuously checks for spellings, Grammar, Syntax, and the sentence structure.
The Grammarly browser extensions (available for Chrome and Safari) automatically check on everything else you write for the web.
Typing emails within Gmail? Grammarly checks what you write.
Social media updates and posts? Check
Emails to clients? Check
Writing within a Word Document or Google Docs? Check.
If you upgrade your account with Grammarly, the app can help you rectify advance errors with your writing.
Plus, you also get plagiarism checks (across 8 billion web pages), professional proofreading options, vocabulary enhancement, genre-specific editing, and more than 250+ advanced checks on grammar and syntax.
Some of the most professional writers struggle with the first draft. Their writing isn’t better than yours. Chances are that the vocabulary levels are the same. Yet, their writing is powerful.
The reason? They edit their drafts like pros do. We don’t.
Grammarly helps you write well and powerfully. Try it out for free.