Why Grammarly is the best tool to the bloggers?

When I launched my blog the first time and decided to write the first blog post. I was confused whether to write in my first language or to write in English.

I chose English because it’s the most popular language, and In this way, my thoughts can reach as many people as possible and from all the countries.

When I wrote my first blog post ever, I didn’t worry too much about my grammar, just got the words typed on the blog as fast as possible, and that what I did with my following posts.

But, each time I publish a post, I feel the shame of this post because I see a number of grammatical and spelling mistakes. I edit the post again and again and again! And that was very time consuming to me.


Each time I write a post, I choose a topic, search for some information about it, write my thoughts on a notebook, write the post, edit it again and again, create some pins to the post, publish the post, edit it again, share the post on social media, join some Facebook threads that helps my post get more attention, finishing the threads!!

It’s so much work, add to that my housework as a mom and a wife!

But the thing that encourages me to keep on is ( blogging becomes a passion for me).

I enjoy the rare time I spend on my blog!

One day I discovered by a chance some great tool called Grammarly, and I am not exaggerating when I say it was the saviour of my blog.

I tried the free trial and really enjoyed its features.

By communication with other bloggers, I found that all bloggers need that tool even if English is their first language.

So what Grammarly is?

Grammarly is a tool that automatically detects grammar, spelling, punctuation, word choice, and style mistakes in your writing.

So, it helps your writing to be clear, mistake-free, and effective.

It scans your text for common grammatical mistakes ( like misused commas) and complex one ( like misplaced modifiers).

Grammarly also improves your skills, you’ll get detailed explanations for all your mistakes to help you avoid making them again in the future.

Download it now for FREE:

Grammarly premium account features:

  • The simple way I use is Grammarly keyboard, which checks for errors in real time as you type.
  • You can also copy and paste any English text into Grammarly online text editor, or install Grammarly’s free browser extension.
  • These browser extensions check up to 150 errors.
  • Grammarly’s algorithms flag potential issues in the text and suggest context-specific corrections for grammar, spelling, and vocabulary. And it explains the reasons behind each correction so that the user can make an informed decision about whether, and how, to correct an issue.

If you use Grammarly to improve your writing, share your experience here, please.
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32 thoughts on “Why Grammarly is the best tool to the bloggers?”

  1. I have not used Grammarly but it has been recommended by many bloggers! I normally type my post into Word or on my laptop so that I catch misspellings. I then review over my post on a different day with fresh eyes. I occasionally have someone read over it before I publish it

  2. I do like grammarly, it’s a great tool for bloggers. I have actually forgot to install it when I changed my computer. I need to download it again.

  3. I haven’t downloaded it yet but I always tell myself that I need to since writing really can be time consuming and then spell checking and editing until it’s the way I want is a whole other process.

  4. I know how you feel about having free time to blog! I have 2 little ones and they run my life.
    Grammerly sounds awesome. I’m not a native English speaker hence I always feel insecure about my writings. I’m downloading it as we speak.

  5. Grammarly is a great tool for writing. When you are typing really quickly, mistakes will happen. It amkes you wonder how people survived before spellcheck and the delete button ๐Ÿ˜€

  6. I have downloaded this as well. It really does help — occasionally it might be a problem if you are purposefully trying to use creative license LOL — Grammarly doesn’t like that!

    Otherwise, I love using the program. It is key for bloggers!

  7. I am a huge fan of Grammarly!
    It is very useful. Sometimes, it is easy to miss things. So good to know you have that extra support.

  8. Very informative post. I started using premium grammarly over a year now, i must say it has really made my blog posts look great and readable. I love the plagiarism checker feature on it.

  9. Yes I agree with you. Grammrly is a great tool; really for anyone doing anything writing thatโ€™s going to have an audience!

  10. I have used Grammarly a few times and it has suggested me making corrections in my write ups that have been useful.

  11. I have heard of quite a few bloggers using Grammarly. I think I will look into it myself after reading your post. Thanks for the info!

  12. I really love Grammarly. I use it when I’m writing up most of my blog posts, just so I can be sure I’m putting commas in the right places and haven’t made any typos!

    Louise x

  13. I’ve been reading so much about grammarly being a good tool and I would really love to try it. Will give this a shot!

  14. First it is free so that’s cool. Second, very reliable as you said – so I will consider using this! This is wonderful tip ๐Ÿ˜€

  15. I love grammarly. It helps in correcting my errors and make my blogs error free..Its a good to use app for any bloggers.

  16. grammarly is really perfect when you are writing blogs, I’ve been using it for a couple of years and must say… wow!

  17. This is such a great and informative post! Grammar is so important when writing and reading blog posts. I’ll be sure to pass this information along and give it a look myself. Thanks for sharing!

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