Tools I Use: Grammarly
As a blogger and content creator, I use a ton of different tools that help me produce high-quality no-code content. When I was getting started with my blog (and even still today), I would often look to some of my favorite content creators to see what tools they were using to create and produce content. The goal of this article to provide those interested in insight into the tools that I use to produce and deliver my content. This article will provide you with an overview of my go-to editing and writing assistant tool, Grammarly.
Now before I go any further, I want to be fully transparent and disclose that this article contains affiliate links which means that I will earn a small commission at no additional cost to you for purchases made through these links. Whether you frequent my blog or are new to it, you should know that my mission statement is to create content that provides my readers with value-added insights. That is what I stand for and I would never recommend a product or tool that I don't use and fully believe in.
What is Grammarly?
Grammarly is a software that is primarily used to improve written content. Grammarly is similar to the spell check functionality (but way more advanced!) included in most word processing software applications such as Microsoft Word or Google Docs, in that it catches mistakes in your writing and provides suggestions on how to improve those mistakes.
How Does Grammarly Work?
To use Grammarly, simply create an account, create a file, and let Grammarly go to work. Grammarly uses artificial intelligence to review written content and provide suggestions on how to improve spelling, grammar, tone, and more. If you're creating content in real-time by typing in the Grammarly interface, then it will provide you with alerts that display detailed feedback outlining issues with your writing and allowing you to correct it with a suggestion simply by clicking a button. Grammarly also lets you import content created in Google Docs, Microsoft Word which is handy, if you prefer to use traditional word processing software to create content. If you want to see Grammarly in action, check out the video below.
Use Grammarly Anywhere You Create or Post Written Content
One of the best features of Grammarly is that you can easily access it anywhere that you are creating written content. You can use Grammarly directly in your favorite apps and browsers by installing one of the many available extensions.
How much does Grammarly cost?
When it comes to pricing, the most important thing to know is that anyone can use Grammarly for free. Grammarly does offer a premium and business tier each with different features and functionality. Grammarly premium costs approximately USD $140 per year while the business tier costs approximately USD 1$50 per year. To view the most up to date pricing, check out this link.
Why Should I Use Grammarly?
You should use Grammarly because it will help improve your content and its free. Its that simple. Sign up for your free Grammarly account here.