Tools I Use: Grammarly


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Grammarly is the best investment I made for all of my writing in the past year.

Worth every penny. It will catch far more errors than any spell-check or grammar check from any of your devices or apps.

I used Grammarly for the past 3 books I released.

Once you try it, you will wonder how you operated without it and why you did not use it before due to the frustration it removes.

Think about how much time and effort you spend looking at the grammar and spelling on academic and professional written works. Now imagine not having to even click a button to turn it on and that every and any error gets highlighted, suggestions for replacements automatically come up and you just have to click on what you want it changed.

BTW, it is not only blog posts, books, papers and reports, but anything you write.

Grammarly can correct social media posts before you push send.

It is a writer’s dream come true.

Any text. Corrected.

You keep creating. Grammarly keeps correcting.

Hope you enjoy this a much as I do in using Grammarly.



Tools I Use: WordPress



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Since I started blogging back in 2009, I have used WordPress. There are/were other blogging platforms, but WordPress is the one for me.

WordPress is one of the easiest and most popular blogging platforms to use.

I have all of my sites hosted on WordPress. Including this one.

In December 2015, I was able to speak briefly with WordPress Founder Matt Mullenweg during Wordcamp. He is a nice guy and has a brilliant business model for Automattic. You can learn more about Automattic by listening to a great interview with Matt by Tim Ferriss.