Have you started your blogging or freelance writing career?

Do you know which is the crucial factor to attract readers and clients?

Yes, you guessed it right, error free articles.

Recently I went through so many articles which are written by new bloggers, one common mistake all these new writers are doing is not proofreading their articles before publishing it.

New bloggers have good subject knowledge regarding their niche and they are really working very hard to gain recognition among the blogger community, but they are doing some silly mistakes like these.

My initial days of blogging I used to write my articles on Microsoft Word for error free writing, later I came to know about some of the best free online proofreader tools which give me more advanced features compared to MS- Word.

Now I am completely depended on Grammarly to proofread my articles while I am writing.

Today I thought of sharing seven tools which are useful for editing and proofreading our articles.

7 Free Online Proofreading Tools to Write Flawless Content

All these tools are programmed Softwares which will notify most of the errors in our article, but still I recommend you to read your article once again because sometimes these tools also go wrong in some sentences.

Now I will jump into our topic.

1. Grammarly

As I said before all my online writing work depends on Grammarly, it has browser extension for all the major browsers which monitors our writing when we are typing and notifies us the mistakes immediately.

Grammarly is free to use for proofreading to correct our spelling and grammatical mistakes, it has more advanced features for paid users which check for plagiarism.

To use this online tool and browser extension we have to register for this service, you can read my complete Grammarly review here.

2. Spellchecker

Spellchecker proofreads article in 24 languages, it even supports thesaurus to know synonyms for the words, it has some advanced features in paid service.

It can completely scan our blog for spelling and grammatical mistakes if we are running a small blog.

To use this tool we have to copy our text and paste it on the spell check box, there is no need to register.

3. PaperRater

PaperRater is another popular proofreading service which allows us to find grammatical and spelling errors in our article text, it even analyses our article title and suggests some titles to consider.

We have to register to this service to use it, I find this tool useful to know our overall writing score which PaperRates gives us by analysing our grammar, spelling, vocabulary and sentence formations.

I recommend you to use this tool if you want to know your writing score.

4. Slick Write

Slick Write is the best free online grammar checker which has a lot of options compared to the other tools which are available online.

Slick write provides professional proofreading services for free, this tools not only notify errors it even suggests phrases, filler words, adverbs, prepositional phrases, and hidden verbs.

We don’t need any registration to use this service which reduces our work further to log in every time when we want to use this services.

Slick write even analyses our writing and gives us a report about how we improving in our writing.

5. Ginger

Ginger is another online proofreading tool used by a lot of bloggers, one of the best things about this tool is it even checks for the errors related with “THE, A, An” which most Softwares will not consider for proofreading.

Ginger corrects subject-verb agreement, singular/plural nouns, consecutive nouns, misused words, contextual spelling errors in our text.

Ginger has browser extensions same like Grammarly, so we can use this tool to proofread all our typings online.

6. Polish my writing

Polish my writing proofreader has the most user-friendly interface to notify the errors, it shows all the spelling errors in red color, style suggestions in blue color, grammatical mistakes in green color so that we can easily come to know which type of mistakes we are doing in our writing.

Polish my writing suggests the best suitable active and passive writing phrases to us, after Grammarly so many professional writers are using this service including me.

7. Google Docs

We all have Google Accounts, we can save and proofread our articles on Google Docs which gives us two advantages like backing up and proofreading our content.

I have recently started saving and proofreading my content through Google Docs for backup purpose.

Conclusion

Here I shared some of the best online proofreader tools which are useful in our day to day writing work for error free content, but I recommend you to proofread by yourself for better results.

I request you to kindly share your favourite tools and why you are using that particular tool in comments sections so that it can add value to the readers.

Written by 

Rahul Yadav is Digital Marketing consultant and Expert in Delhi, India. He provides SEO, Social Media Marketing & PPC Consulting Services worldwide. You can Contact at gitm.rahul@gmail.com

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