Need to give your WordPress content a grammar check? No matter how much of a stickler you are when it comes to grammar and spelling, you’re bound to let a few mistakes slip through over the course of your career.
And when you consider that spelling and grammar mistakes actually make you seem less credible to your readers, such a situation is definitely something you want to avoid. One of the ways you can do that? Turn to a friendly robot for help with proofreading.
In this post, I’m going to dig into three different ways you can give your WordPress website a grammar check. While none of them are a complete replacement for manual proofreading, they’ll help you catch the most obvious errors right away.
1. Jetpack Spelling and Grammar Module
While there are several grammar check plugins listed at WordPress.org, most of them are poorly rated and/or out of date. The one shining star? Good ‘ole Jetpack.