Recently I have subscribed to the Grammarly Premium plan and decided to place a few PLR articles from plr.me to this software for a check.
What Is Grammarly
Grammarly is an excellent grammar and spelling checker software. It works by highlighting errors and provide suggestions to them. The software comes in various forms. You can use it online, install on your machines, etc.
Grammarly comes with a free version as well. You can click here to compare the features of the free vs. paid ones.
Checking PLR articles With Grammarly Review
I proceed to download one report from PLR.me with around 500 words. Without any changes to the articles, Grammarly reported an overall score of 88.
From the content window, Grammarly mentions that it has 12 alerts. Out of these 12 alerts, there are 2 that I am considering to change.
I have captured some of the Grammarly suggestions below for your references. When you click on the word(s) highlighted by Grammarly, it will present you with more information. You can then decide to change according to what it suggests.
Obviously, not all suggestions make sense 😛
Grammarly Plagiarism Feature
If you have the premium plan, it comes with a plagiarism feature that you can check against your article. Here is what I get:
However, when I perform a manual search in Google, I manage to find a few similar articles. At this point, the plagiarism feature doesn’t seem to work well. Plagiarism is one of the key things that I choose Grammarly vs its competitors. I will need to perform more detail testing, before deciding if to continue with the premium plan.