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Any Spell Checker and Grammar Checker Program?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by trydawnato, Mar 17, 2012.

  1. trydawnato

    trydawnato Newbie

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    Hello everyone, I was just wondering if there is a program that checks the spelling and grammar of your spunned article? thanks if you will find time to answer this thread.
     
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    thesameprice Registered Member

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    i am use whitesmoke , it's not bad
     
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    Go for Ginger.It works great.For google chrome and MS office:eek:
     
  5. ContentWriter

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    There are 3 proofreading tools we use (grammar and spelling). I mentioned these 3 in other threads but I'll write them again.
    1. bare eyes - the most powerful proofreading tool the world will ever know
    2. MS Word's in-built spelling and grammar checker
    3. Ginger It

    Why "bare eyes" is number one? Trust me. I operate a content writing business since 2005. You can take it from me that "ALL" (yes, all) programs that check grammar and spelling sometimes give you an out-of-this-world type of recommendation. That's true! Bottom line, some sophisticated grammar and spelling checkers prevent the writer to be creative in his or her own style. It makes the flow so dry and too formal. Nobody wants to read dry and very formal content unless you're a lawyer or a politician who writes an impeachment case against someone before the court.
     
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    goodseoman Power Member Premium Member

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    can you give me the link of "bare eyes" soft, i can not found anywhere.
    Thanks
     
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    I think Ms Word can do all the above said things
     
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