Whether you’re sending out a work email or writing a blog post, grammar errors can make you seem unprofessional or, worse, incompetent. Even if you write for a living, like we do, the truth is that mistakes happen.
Sure, you know the difference between “your” and “you’re” as well as “their,” “there,” and “they’re”… right?
Grammarly Premium is a virtual personal editor that can help clean up your emails, reports, and just about anything else you compose on a computer. Once you download Grammarly, it’ll work across services like Gmail, Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and practically anywhere else you’d write on the web, without opening up an additional program. The Premium version of the app detects everything from punctuation mistakes and contextual errors, to weak vocabulary and potential plagiarism.
An annual subscription normally goes for $139.95, which is money well spent if you create a lot of content and send a lot of emails. But if you act quickly, you can snag it for $69.99 — nearly 50% less than its usual price.