7 Ways Grammarly Can Give You Help In Textbroker

7 Ways Grammarly Can Give You Help In Textbroker

Last Updated on by Michael Brockbank

I wouldn’t be where I am today if it wasn’t for using Textbroker and growing as a freelance writer. And having any advantage when working with content mills can go a long way. Today, I’ll go over several ways Grammarly helps with Textbroker content.

It can lead to securing Direct Order clients, reduce revision requests, and help you make more money by streamlining your writing process.

Now, I can’t guarantee Grammarly will immediately boost your income. But, it will ultimately help you become a better freelance writer overall.

It’s still up to you to put the content together, after all.

How Grammarly Affects Textbroker Content

Any system that can streamline how you create content on Textbroker is going to be of great benefit. In the case of proofreading, Grammarly can be incredibly influential in your success.

Although the free version of Grammarly is great for getting started, the premium version can take your content even further.

1. Spelling and Grammar Correction

Obviously, spelling and grammar fixes are a necessity for any writer. However, Grammarly will automatically correct issues on the fly. This means you can continue to type without having to go back to make adjustments.

One of the things I like most about the Grammarly Chrome extension is its ability to make these corrections while using the WordPress editor. That’s because I use WordPress to write all of my articles for clients.

But if you don’t have WordPress, you can use the Grammarly doc manager from any web browser to create your content.

2. Synonym Suggestions

I’ve come across a lot of clients who hate it when authors use the same word or phrase over and over. In fact, one team has a template that will gauge how unique the entire piece is according to the different words in the article.

By double-clicking words and selecting an alternative while using Grammarly, your Textbroker articles will have a sense of uniqueness. That is as long as you choose words that make sense in the sentence.

In fact, the synonym addition has given me all kinds of ideas about how to structure various pieces of content.

Something else you may want to keep in mind is the generated reports. Grammarly will show you metrics against other Grammarly users and highlight your percentage score of using unique and rare words.

3. Setting Goals for Content

Grammarly Goals

Not all Textbroker clients are going to want easy-going blog posts. Some may want a specific style and tone. And that’s something the goals in Grammarly can help you achieve.

Depending on the word choice and structure, you can set goals to sound more confident or optimistic while adding a formal layout for an expert audience.

And that’s just one of the combinations you can set for each piece of Textbroker content you create.

4. Teaching Why Changes are Necessary

Perhaps one of the most important aspects of using Grammarly for Textbroker articles is how it teaches you as you go along. The system will educate why certain changes are necessary and help you become a better writer overall.

For instance, I stopped making quite a few common mistakes thanks to Grammarly teaching me what not to do. In fact, it’s helped me become a better speller by highlighting some of the more common words I’ve had issues with in the past.

Over time, the system fine-tunes how you create content. This means you spend less time having to edit your work as it becomes second nature.

This aspect alone has saved me a great deal of time. That’s because I would take everything Textbroker editors would critique and then research ways to fix the problems when I write.

5. Plagiarism Checking

One of the more common reasons why clients in Textbroker reject an order is due to plagiarism. Even when it’s unintentional, a client can cancel a job.

Grammarly can help by giving you a system to check for plagiarism. This can be very helpful when writing order types like recaps or product descriptions.

The more unique you can make an article in Textbroker, the happier you’ll make your client.

6. Reduces Time You Spend Proofreading

A common problem I hear from many new authors is how long it takes to proofread an article. While proofing can slow you down, it may mean the difference between the client accepting or rejecting an order.

Grammarly will proofread your work as you type. This means you’ll have to spend less time going over the content. Though, I still suggest proofing at least once when the article is complete.

At any rate, it can drastically shave time off how long it takes you to submit an order.

7. Eases the Burden of Proofreading Your Own Work

One of the hardest parts about being a writer is proofreading your own work. This is because your brain will skip over elements it believes to be correct.

This is one of the reasons why professionals often hire editors. It’s simply more difficult to proofread your own material.

Here’s an experiment. Write a 1000 word article about anything you want. Then, come back to proofread it in about a week or so. I bet you’ll find all kinds of errors when it’s not fresh in your mind.

Anyway, Grammarly can ease the burden of proofreading your own work by doing it as you type.

Grammarly Grammar Checker

Grammarly Helps More than Just Textbroker Orders

While this article is more focused on content mills, you can do more than just use Grammarly for Textbroker content. In fact, it can help you no matter where you find clients.

Like I said, I use WordPress to write content for all of my clients whether they’re on a content mill or hired in real life. Between Grammarly, Yoast SEO, and a few other tools I have in WordPress, I can write just about anything with near-perfect clarity.

Because the system is so flexible with various goals and tools, I can create a myriad of content across a spectrum of styles and tones.

The browser extension works in just about any text-entry field on the Internet. And yes, the system has stopped me from making embarrassing mistakes when commenting on Twitter or YouTube.

The Content is Still Yours to Create

Creating Content

Although using Grammarly with Textbroker is a good start, it’s still up to you to put the content together. No grammar app is going to help if you don’t know the topic or have problems putting together a coherent thought.

It’s still up to you to create the content that clients want to pay you for.

This means spending time learning all you can about your niche, practicing writing in AP Style, learning all you can about SEO writing, and more.

The more you know, the more valuable you become. And when you demonstrate a strong command of the topic as well as grammar, you can start charging more per word.

This says nothing about the prospect of getting a special bonus from clients who really love your work.

The Best Proofreading App Can Ultimately Boost Your Income

Using a platform like Grammarly can boost your performance in Textbroker. But that’s just the tip of an extremely large iceberg.

Eventually, you’ll want to move on to create your own blogs or find some high-paying clients on LinkedIn. And Grammarly can help guide your content every step of the way.

You’re only limited by your ambition.

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