You are a professional who helps people by providing the healthcare that they so need. Perhaps you also send out newsletters, write articles and blog to let your patients know the latest breakthroughs or what they should do to improve their health….but nothing says unprofessional more than grammatical errors. The impression you give is that if you don’t know proper grammar, maybe there are other things that you don’t really know as well.
So, what do 10 million happy people know that you don’t?
The answer is Grammarly.
Grammarly, build by linguists, helps you look more professional by identifying and highlighting mistakes that you made, regardless of whether it is a typo, wrong homonym, or syntax. The app helps ensure that your articles, social media posts (E.G. Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, gmail), blogs, Ezines and messages are without errors and have more impact.
Will help you communicate more effectively. As you type, Grammarly flags mistakes and helps you make sure your messages, documents, and social media posts are clear, mistake-free, and impactful.
Grammarly is superior to the typical spelling and grammar checker that you have in the toolbox of your Word site in that not only do you receive detailed explanations for your errors, but also get weekly progress reports.
The FixGrammarly portion of the app scans to ensure:
- Subject and verb is in alignment
- Typical grammatical mistakes
- Modifier placement usage
- Contextual mistakes
Grammarly improves your vocabulary by giving suggestions and recommends improvements to your style. This further polishes your writing, making it effective as well as without errors.
According to their website:
“Grammarly’s powerful online grammar-checking algorithms are developed by the world’s leading authorities on linguistic technology. You can trust that our grammar checker is being improved each day by a team that truly understands the building blocks of the English language.”
Grammarly is free to download and you can attach it to the sites that you use to generate your copy. Check it out!
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