4 Grammar and Spelling Check Tools For Error-Free Writing on your WordPress site

June 21, 2017

As a blogger, there are many situations when you might feel embarrassed. Maybe your topic wasn’t trending, or the information you offer is not up to the mark. However, the biggest of them all is silly grammatical errors which not just makes your post silly but also non-engaging.

And of course, your reader will roast you via comments in such ways you wouldn’t even think of. In a nutshell, your content will be wasted and you may lose traffic instantly.

These are no exceptions. I know, it is very hard to keep eye on these many factors with such details. Especially when it comes to grammar and proofreading. There are so many things under this particular niche that one can either become a subject matter expert or a fully enhanced writer.

If you’re familiar with the writing process, you might know that proofreading is preferred to be done after at least six hours of the first draft. Now, why is that? Many experienced writers say that when you write something, you’re highly driven by the motivation and feel. In that particular scenario, it is almost impossible to pick your own mistakes as you already know what you’re trying to say in that particular post. That’s why this time frame is allocated for an efficient and effective proofreading.

Now, wait for a second! Are you really going to wait for such time? Obviously not. This is not productive and in such deadline driven timeline, how can one wait for such long time? There is a solution for such scenarios which are effective, efficient and fast (very fast indeed).

In this article, I am going to provide you four awesome online tools that will help you to not just correct your grammar mistakes but also your punctuations, sentence-structure, Synonyms and things like that. So, enough of the chit-chat. Let’s get started,


Ginger is a highly innovative and effective proofreading tool to make sure that you never make any grammatical mistake. It allows you to check your all grammatical and punctuation mistakes on real time basis.

In order to use Ginger, you can download it for free. This software allows you to check all your grammatical mistakes on all the browsers and editors you work with. It also has autocorrect option which will correct the mistakes as you type it. However, I don’t recommend this to turned on.

Apart from this, there are so many features that are worth looking into such as Grammar Checker, Text reader, Sentence rephrasing, Translation (up to 50 languages), personalized dictionary and much more. Try it and see the difference yourself.

After the Deadline

After the Deadline is a fully packed proofreading tool with loads of enhanced functionalities. And the best part of it is free. It is designed by WordPress heavyweight “Automattic”

It is highly recommended for all the WordPress user. Even the WordPress plugin Jetpack provide this tool inside its console. So, you can go for it as it has many features such as Contextual Spell Checking, Intelligent Grammar checking and Advanced Style Checking.

There is a software available on their website which you can download for free. As far as free software and tools go, this is one of the best you’re looking at.

Slick Write

The slick tool is very efficient and accurate when it comes to all kinds of grammar mistakes. It is very easy to use their tool.

All you need to do is just go to their website and click the edit button and write all, whatever you’re writing. When you’re finished with the thing you’re doing then you need to click on “Check” and rest will be served to you on a platter of a beautiful dashboard which looks like this.

You can cross check your sentence structures, your vocabulary usage and of course your grammar and punctuation. It is highly interactive and very sleek tool to work with. Worth a shot. Try it once, then you might not leave it.


Behold the king in proofreading. Designed on a highly advanced linguistic algorithm, Grammarly is one of the best online proofreading tool ever made. I am mentioning it at last because it is worth the wait.

Many claim it as the writer’s best friend. It has a very interactive design and easy to use a console. All you need to do is just copy-paste the text you had written previously or you can write directly to its editor. It will automatically start pointing out your mistakes. You can simply correct it directly on clicking the incorrect word. The console exactly looks like this.

So, this is a great tool. There are some features you can use it for free such as punctuations, general grammar mistakes, spelling mistakes. There are some features which can be accessed only if you go for the premium version. It will cost you few bucks but believe me, it is worth it.

Those features which will add after you go for the premium version are stuff like plagiarism checker, passive voice detector, Inappropriate Colloquialisms and stuff which can enhance your write-ups. So, having Grammarly is totally a win-win situation.

Over to you

So, these are the tools which can help you not just correct your proofreading mistakes but also helps you to improve it. These tools are rich in resources and will definitely increase your content productivity efficiency and as a blogger or writer, there is everything you might be able to do after that. Let’s have a look at those tools once again.

So, do you like my list? Do you have any other tool which can be as helpful as these? Let me know through comments. Till then, have a good one.


Kerin Miller

Kerin Miller is a tech enthusiast, blogger and a WordPress expert based out of Elkhart City. She has been associated with Stellen Infotech and delivering custom WordPress development services for last 5 years. Her passion for upgrading her knowledge puts her to research on topics relevant to her industry. Follow her on Twitter and Facebook.