Oooh, this is one of my favorite tools! As a small business owner, I often wear many hats. I regularly design and write for client projects as well as my own. Grammarly is a paid service I’ve been using for years that helps ensure my writing is clear, engaging, and polished.
Grammarly scans your text for common grammatical mistakes (like misused commas) and complex ones (like misplaced modifiers). The cloud-based writing assistant uses AI to review spelling, grammar, punctuation, clarity, engagement, and delivery mistakes.
Grammarly explains the reasoning behind each suggestion so you can make an informed decision about whether—and how—to strengthen an aspect of your writing.
There are times when enlisting a professional writer is essential. Nothing can replace an experienced, talented human copywriter. But Grammarly is a great tool to have in your belt.
It’s easy to use.
Install Grammarly for Windows or Mac and receive writing suggestions across many desktop apps and websites. This includes:
- MS Office suite (Word, Outlook, and Teams)
- Hundreds of desktop apps, including Slack, Discord, and Apple Mail
- All of your favorite web apps (Gmail, Salesforce, Sheets, Hubspot)
You can also copy and paste your writing into the online editor or install their mobile keyboard.
They offer a free plan, which is similar to spell check. However, I prefer the premium plan and use it DAILY when writing emails. They also have a business plan available for teams which is an excellent option to offer Grammarly to your employees.
As you can probably tell, I’m a big Grammarly fan and recommend that you check it out!
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