Three million users sign up for proofreading program

Posted on November 19, 2012

 

Grammarly, a piece of software designed to check written work and improve grammatical skills, has announced that it has attracted more than three million registered users. The software is used by people for a variety of different writing styles, including academic writing, business writing and creative writing.

The success of Grammarly shows the importance to a wide range of people of producing writing that is free from errors. Users of the software have reported feeling more confident about their writing ability, improved exam grades and increased efficiency in producing written work. The software makes suggested changes to work which users can then decide to adopt.

Most website owners will be able to understand Grammarly’s success, given the need to produce clear, accurate copy when writing for an online audience. As well as the use of programs and spellcheckers, outsourcing is a popular option among businesses who want to get it right; many choose to use SEO copywriting services for their online business content. Outsourcing is also known to be a valuable time-saver for businesses, as well as offering the advantage of professional proofreading and editing.

Some of the most common writing mistakes relate to grammatical errors, such as unnecessary apostrophes, which never fail to irritate readers. Writing for an online audience can make business writing riskier than ever, as content tends to reach a far wider audience. Web users often have fun highlighting errors on social media sites like Twitter, which can even lead to amusing or high-profile mistakes making the news.

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