Have you ever used Grammarly?
Is the cost justified? Is it worth it? Is it as good and as reliable as it claims?
I must say no and I have never heard of it either. What is this Grammarly thing you question about? I probably need a little help with my own grammar. Maybe it would be a good idea for you to write a hub about it and share your information with everyone here on HubPages.com. I think that would be great.
I pay for a Grammarly subscription. Is it worth it? Yes and no. Grammarly is worth it if you write well enough that you can do without it. It occasionally helps me catch some trivial error that my own eyes might have missed. Grammarly can't help you if you haven't reached that stage.
Great idea and I will once I finish editing my book. Grammarly is a grammar check paid service. It offers free check and paid corrections.
I know what you mean. No one can trust a grammar program.
I also think that it is worth it, yet for me it is more challenging and a learning game to solve it without paying to see the corrections, however it is time consuming.
Thank you for your support.
I have never used it and my works have lots of mistakes but are still readable. Unless I am being paid a decent amount of money to write about something I do not see the point in trying to make it perfect knowing that most people on blogs don't even read what we write anyway and they leave comments from reading what other people have commented in a few lines.
by Alexander Silvius 7 years ago
How about proper grammer such as how to write "aka" or "US" (with periods or without?).Or perhaps explain in layman's terms how to capitalize titles without going into things like pronouns or adverbs. You seem to know everything so I figure you're the perfect person to ask.
by Glenn Stok 3 years ago
I read in today's blog about the Automated Grammar and Spelling Checker coming in September.I like the idea of correcting errors in comments. Many times I had to delete comments that were written with terrible misspellings and very bad grammar so as not to lose search engine ranking, But I'm...
by Sarah Spradlin 18 months ago
Preferably something free!
by Will Apse 2 years ago
Long, long ago, it was easy to write a hub. This is what I did:Spent two days producing 1500 words or so. Got the page about 80 percent right. Published it.After a couple of weeks, if the visitors started coming from the search engines, I would put in a few more hours editing and improving. The...
by Daniele M Robbers 11 months ago
I was just wondering how long a hub takes you to write from concept to published? I am using hubpages as the start of my freelance writing career and I am working being more productive. I am also only doing my second hub now. I have an editor now so that will add time to the process still...
by Natasha 2 years ago
Please understand that writing Hubs takes time and effort. If you're here looking to make quick money, you're going to be disappointed.Before you ask for help to improve your Hub, please remember the following:1. If your first language isn't English, and you fail QAP, your command of English...
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