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Write Better With After The Deadline

Love blogging but perhaps feeling like your writing could use some improvement? I feel you, as I’m swimming in the same lake! Would you like to have a grammar / spelling / proofreading on autopilot for your WordPress blog?

Excellent!

Because I know you just answered “Yes” 8-) Ok, well maybe you didn’t – I still would LOVE TO SHARE WordPress  plugin I have discovered that acts as my private English Tutor! “After the Deadline” checks your writing and attempts to be smarter than you, when it comes to grammar, in my case it succeeds! :mrgreen:

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Anytime I can find a piece of technology that is willing to correct my mistake – I’m game!

Side note: I only wish time machine really existed :-)

Since the plugin was purchased by Automattic, parent company of the WordPress itself and now it is part of the options available for WordPress.com blogs – we can all safely assume that support for this plugin will be ongoing and timely.

And that means I can safely recommend that you add “After the Deadline” plugin to your personal arsenal!

Enjoy and let me know what you think!

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10 Responses to “Write Better With After The Deadline”

  1. Chandan says:

    Wow! That’s a great plugin and for me it is very important. I often do lots of grammar and spell mistake.

    Thanks Alex for sharing..
    .-= Chandan´s last blog ..How To Get Backlinks To Increase Search Engine Ranking? =-.

  2. Thanks for that plug-in suggestion. It will help me and I’m also sure my french husband will appreciate it for writing in English.
    .-= Leslie Nicole´s last blog ..Dragonfly =-.

  3. raphael says:

    Is this better than Word? Because I use Word and sometimes is so annoying when it comes to identify misspellings and typos
    .-= raphael´s last blog ..Secrets Of Tonality To Improve Your Hypnosis Skills =-.

    • Better is a subjective word. Each tool has it’s strengths and weaknesses. AtD has the advantage that it can draw on a huge pool of data located on the server. Word has size constraints. My favorite feature is the misused word detection. Check out the demo at:

      http://www.afterthedeadline.com/features.slp

      This page should help you decide if the kinds of errors AtD catches are useful to you or not.

  4. penny says:

    Hi Alex, thanks for sharing, I need all the help I can get!
    .-= penny´s last blog ..The Complete Scarsdale Medical Diet: Plus Dr. Tarnower’s Lifetime Keep-Slim Program (Mass Market Paperback) =-.

  5. It’s a cool plug-in though I kinda wonder if it’s really necessary considering the fact most browsers of today come with dictionaries installed.
    If I were part of folks who write posts directly from the dashboard, I would have taken a chance on it but I’m better off blogging with Windows Live Writer 2009.
    .-= Udegbunam Chukwudi´s last blog ..Atomic Blogging 3: The Newbie’s Guide To Blogging =-.

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