Improve Your Writing Online With These Proofreading Tools 

imageSo, these are the five tools which will help you get your article error free. You will be happy to know that all these tools are initially free to use and using them will hopefully leave your article without any mistakes. So read about them and decide which tools meet your requirements the most.

1. Grammarly – I am personally using Grammarly and it is the best tool for checking English grammar, proofreading and plagiarism checking. It corrects over 250 different punctuation and vocabulary.

2. PolishMyWriting – The very fist tool which comes to mind is PolishMyWriting. You can find all the errors in your article with the help of this tool very easily. Copy the article which you have written, and which you want to proofread and paste it in the PolishMyWriting website.

3. Ginger – You will see many of the same features as polishmywriting in Ginger. However Ginger does provide more advanced features. Ginger points out all of your mistakes including; a, an, have, the in a more comprehensive review. If you write a lot of articles each day, you can also use the add on tool for the various web browsers provided. 

4. Slick Write – If you are producing professional articles, then you may need to use Slick Write. All your errors are recovered with the help of Slick Write but this tool also analyzes your writing and will give you suggestions so that your writing skills can be improved.

5. PaperRater- Apart from checking your errors and recovering them, your title of the article will also be analyzed and suggestions will be given to you by PaperRater. Your article will be analyzed with the help of this tool and you will be given a final score on the basis of your writing skills.


Do you need to write a blog? Here are some effective ways to promote it!

downloadSo you have done your research, written your article and optimised the content ready to publish. So how do you promote your blog post?

1) Ping it – Pinging notifies a number of services that your blog has been updated with new content, and these services can begin crawling and indexing your site for increased visibility. It’s so simple to use, just enter your blog URL into a box and click Ping!

2) Post it! – to the following social bookmarking services. These are free to use and provide a great platform to save, organise, and remember links to content that people find interesting on the web. Always remember to target your content to your target market and choose the most appropriate platforms.

3) Share it! – If you want to successfully grow your blog then you need to share your content on a number of social networks.

  • Facebook – Share your posts in relevant groups and ask for comments and feedback. Interaction is important especially within your business community.
  • LinkedIn – Share as an update on your profile and in relevant industry groups where followers may find the subject useful and may wish to interact with your blog post.
  • Twitter – Schedule a tweet of your post twice a day for 7 days, but remember to change the title each day!

4) Picture it! – Build a library of really interesting and distinctive images that illustrate your blog post content and use Pinterest or Instagram to share your expertise.

5) Email it! – Promote your blog by continuously building an email list of blog subscribers. This is not only a great way to market your own products and services, but it also allows you to build your brand and promote specific offers.

6) Guest Blogging and Comments – Promote your blog by subscribing to and regularly visiting other blogs within your niche. Actively participating in each blog community and adding valuable comments will help to raise your profile and offer their readers an opportunity to subscribe to your blog.

Todays PR is More Than Just a Press Release

downloaTo manage your company’s PR effectively you need to identify, manage and guide all communications, especially communication over the internet and through social media. Guiding communication requires a deeper understanding of not only how technology works, but also how it facilitates better interactions.

Website Analytics & Measurements

One of the easiest tools to monitor on-line activity is Google Analytics, where you can establish a simple report system of your website user statistics and social media interactions. Once you have established these individual reports you can monitor traffic from social networks, social visits and quality from mobile and the most socially shared content. There are several website statistics that PR professionals should review, which include:

  • Number of visitors and page views
  • Referring keywords
  • Recent visitors locations
  • Inbound link monitoring
  • Bounce rate

One of the most interesting features is Real Time Analytics, which tells you if your site is doing better or worse at any given time. Some of the most useful analytics include how many of your active visitors have actually been to your site before and how long they stay and whether its every second or for the last hour. You should also concentrate on how many people go to certain pages of your site, revealing the most popular areas. When you see that some pages are more popular than others you can evaluate and adjust the content on the less visited pages.

Upload & Mange Your Content

As a PR professional you need to generate and manage your own content from blogs to photos and videos. You also need to understand how a CMS system works whether it’s through web professionals, IT or Strategic Internet Marketing companies, to coordinate how information is shared though social, blogs and the on-line web community. Unlike communication vehicles of the past, individuals are now actively searching out information through search engines, in which press releases, articles and blog posts can appear. Additionally, RSS feeds, other Web sites and blogs regularly pick up articles of interest and link to them or re-purpose them, resulting in even greater exposure. Today’s public relations activities are no longer just a way to generate a short mention in the local daily or to promote an upcoming event. By taking advantage of on-line services and tactics, you’ll discover an affordable (and often-times free) and effective way to educate your prospective customer base about your business.