Writing error-free articles is a tough job. You might be having a vast knowledge to share with the readers but sometimes it may happen that you are not able to deliver the content you were supposed to deliver because of some very simple mistakes done by you.
While writing articles your primary job should not only to write the article and provide information to your readers but also make that article error-free.
I am a content writer cum Blogger. After completing my article, my job has not finished. One of the important parts that is left after my article is written is that I have to proofread that article and make it fully error-free. So, in this post I am going to share the best 5 sources which I use to proofread my documents after I have written my article.
Online Proofreading Tools For Blog Posts
So, these are the five tools which will help you get your article error-free. You will be happy to know that all these tools are absolutely free of cost to use and using them you will get a proper article without any mistakes. So read about them and decide which tool meets your requirements the most.
I am personally using Grammarly and it is the best tool for checking English grammar, proofreading and plagiarism checking. It corrects over 250 different punctuation and vocabulary errors. Grammarly is free for Chrome at the moment, with other major browser support coming shortly. You can follow this article to learn how to use Grammarly.
The very fist tool which comes to my list is PolishMyWriting. You can find all the errors in your article with the help of this tool very easily. Copy the article which you have written and which you want to proofread and paste it in the PolishMyWriting website. All the errors which will be founded in the article will be displayed in three different colors to you.
All the spellings mistakes will be identified by Red color, Polishmywriting will provide you different writing suggestions in blue color and your grammatical mistakes will be displayed in green color. Apart from telling your spelling, grammatical mistakes PolishMyWriting will also help you in giving suggestions for active and passive writing. <try it>
The second tool which comes to my list is Ginger. You will see many features as same as polishmywriting in Ginger. But you will not get all the features same as you get one advanced feature in Ginger that all your mistakes like a, an, have, the will also be pointed out. If you write a lot of articles each day and it is hectic for you to visit the website again and again to check the articles you can use the add on tool for the various web browsers provided by Ginger. <try it>
4# Slick Write
Delivering a professional article to your client?? Is that your motto for the day?? If it is that you need to use Slick Write as most of the professionals and firms prefer to use this free online tool for proofreading their documents. Not only all your errors are recovered with the help of slick write but this tool also analyzes your writing and will give you suggestions so that your writing skills can be improved. <try it>
PaperRater is another tool which makes to my list. Apart from checking your errors and recovering them your title of the article will be analyzed and proper suggestions will be given to you by PaperRater. Your article will be analyzed with the help of this tool and you will be given a final score on the basis of your writing skills.. Impressive!! Isn’t it?? <try it>
SpellChecker is the last tool which makes to our list. It gives you the option to check your articles in many different languages. If you want to proofread a blog which is not having a lot of articles written you can use spellchecker.net because it also checks your entire blog for errors and recovers them. <try it>
These were the 6 best tools which you can use for proofreading of your documents.
Out of these 6 tools which I have written after reviewing and personally checking, I recommend you to use Grammarly because of the simple fact that it corrects a wide range of errors which the free tools might not accurately do.
One more thing
Are there any Proofreading Tools you think I missed? If so, leave a comment below to let me know about it.