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Content writers should be using Grammarly Premium if they want to step up their game.
When I started writing content, I thought I had a pretty good grasp on the English language, but Grammarly showed me what I've been messing up for years. Since I've been writing for a while, reading books, and practicing for years, I probably didn't have as many mistakes as someone who just started to write content as a service and never had before, but I was still shocked at all the little things I was missing like a simple comma!
If you're not always going over your work, review it for spelling errors, checking for grammatical mistakes, then you're likely spiraling downward and writing worse each week you keep going. This is because a bad habit will spread like cancer and keep showing its face within your content and you will begin to think it's ok. Keep this going, and you will have various problems becoming standard practice, and you will be laughed at when you get a big client that needs fantastic content.
I never had Grammarly Premium because it was around $140 for a full year, but I got lucky and purchased it for $49 when they were running a super sale, and now I use it for absolutely everything I write since there's a nice little browser extension that lets me know when something is messed up lol.
I still use my writing style because you always want to be yourself within your content, but Grammarly Premium has increased my accuracy and catches all those simple mistakes that get past me when I'm on my 10th article of the day and have churned out 20,000+ words. Writers fatigue is a real thing, and Grammarly is like a parrot on my shoulder who points out things that aren't quite right.
If you're looking to get Grammarly Premium, I would say to sign up for their newsletter or use their free plugin/extension for now and wait for an email saying they're doing a discount. They will always give out pretty significant discounts around Black Friday, Cyber Monday, or any significant time of year for them. I don't remember exactly when I got my discount, but it wasn't on Black Friday or Cyber Monday, so keep a lookout and check your emails for them to announce a discount. Their snap discounts usually run for 24 hours, so you'll need to act fast, otherwise, you'll need to pay full price.
If you happen to miss their discounts, their pricing isn't that bad if you write content frequently.
Each of these plans is billed in full, so you won't be paying a monthly fee if you sign up for the quarterly or annual plans. The prices shown are what you'd technically be paying if you were to choose the quarterly or annual plan, but you're paying it in a three or 12 month set of payments. Since I struck when the discount was hot, I got my Grammarly Premium account for roughly $4.08 per month, and that is why I urge you to get their emails lol.
Just think about how much this could increase the happiness of your customers if you're a writer here. They will receive your articles, run them through Copyscape, spellcheck them, etc. and they will have 100% unique content that is flawless and doesn't need a single edit. Do you think they will come back for more content? YUP!
Thanks for reading