Writing Tools

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Hemingway Editor Review – Is it Any Good?

As an author and content writer, I love trying new editing programs that help make my writing better. So, I tried the Hemingway Editor. The Hemingway Editor is inspired by Ernest Hemingway, a successful writer known for his straightforward language. Will this online editing tool make you as acclaimed as The Old Man and the Sea author? Probably not, but it can get you pretty close! In this guide, I’ll discuss the features of Hemingway, my experience with the writing …

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Whitesmoke vs. Grammarly – Whitesmoke Review

If you’re a blogger or author like me, you probably get anxious before publishing your writing because of possible spelling and grammatical errors. I’m constantly stressing over it. Fortunately, you can download and use several spell-check software to enhance your work. I use Grammarly, but I’ve been trying out a few others lately because I want to see what new features there are. One underrated grammar checker to try is WhiteSmoke. Keep reading for a detailed review of WhiteSmoke vs. …

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How to Add and Use Grammarly in Google Docs

Do you want a convenient way to improve your work on Google Docs? Spelling and Grammar checkers like Grammarly might help you.  The Grammarly Premium browser extensions allow you to use the grammar-checking software more efficiently. Learn how to add and use Grammarly to Google Docs so you no longer have to leave your word-processing program. How to Add Grammarly to Google Docs on Mac It’s a little different than adding Grammarly to Microsoft Word. And, yes, Google Docs has …

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Best Free and Paid Plagiarism Checkers

Running your work on a plagiarism checker to look for duplicate content is essential before publishing it online. Otherwise, you can get sued for intellectual fraud or theft.  I carefully selected the best plagiarism checker for students, professional writers, editors, and everyone. These online tools contain both free and paid applications. What’s the Best Paid Plagiarism Checker? QueText, Scribbr, and Grammarly are my top three plagiarism checkers as they have proven to be accurate, reliable, and easy to use. Here …

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Scribens Review

Most of our writing activities now occur online rather than on pen and paper. So, there’s no excuse to skip grammar checking tools on the internet! One application you can try is Scribens. I tested it out, and I’ll let you know my honest opinions. Scribens is an online web writing editor that identifies common spelling, grammar, and style mistakes. Find out the features of Scribens and its pros and cons.  What is Scribens? Scribens is a grammar tool that …

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Grammarly Free vs. Premium vs. Business

Grammarly Editor is known as one of the best online grammar editors on the internet. It’s my personal go-to choice. Millions of writers, small businesses, and large institutions use it to proofread their writings.  Are you planning to use Grammarly for school, career, or personal purposes? If you are, it’s essential to decide which plan you’re getting. Read on for a comparative review of Grammarly Free vs. Premium vs. Business.  Grammarly Free Features Grammarly Free lets you improve your writing …

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Grammarly vs. Prowritingaid – Which is Better?

As a Bestselling Author and Top Rated Freelancer, it’s safe to say I do a bit of writing. But having the right tools and resources helps make my job a lot easier.  Many writers turn to grammar and spellcheckers when revising their works. Two names that might come to mind are Grammarly and ProWritingAid. Personally, I use Grammarly. Even after trying all the available programs. Which online writing tool should you use? This comparison guide will compare the features of …

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Ginger vs. Grammarly

Writers, students, and business people rely on online writing tools to sound more professional and reliable. They usually use Grammarly because it’s the most popular platform. But have you heard about its contender, Ginger?  In this article, I compare Ginger and Grammarly regarding their accuracy in suggestions, pricing, and software integrations. Get to know their strengths and weaknesses before deciding which one to install.  What is Ginger? It’s a spelling and grammar checker that corrects your text as you’re typing. …

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Reverso Grammar Review

Okay, so I tried out Reverso to see how it holds up to what I need in a writing and editing tool. While I like what it offers, there are pros and cons.  Poor writing takes away your professionalism and work credibility. But you can avoid these mistakes by using online grammar and spell checkers for your emails, reports, and essays.  If you need a writing tool to optimize your content, you might want to consider Reverso. Keep reading for …

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Copyscape Review – Any Good Alternatives?

Search engine optimization isn’t complete without ensuring the uniqueness of your work. If you fail to conduct plagiarism checks on your writing, your website might receive a penalty.  One online tool that might help is Copyscape. Keep reading as I discuss Copyscapre’s features and what I think of them. This plagiarism checker review also examines Copyscape’s pricing and how it compares to Grammarly and Quetext. What is Copyscape? Copyscape is an online plagiarism tool launched by Gideon Greenspan in 2003. …

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