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Non-English Internet Marketer! Here is Your Solution to Spelling, grammar and punctuation mistakes.

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Posted 12th January 2011 at 02:45 AM by Khondoker

Article marketing is a must do thing if you are doing Internet Marketing. Search engines love unique content. If you can produce unique quality content, you can make a ton of cash no matter what niche you are in.

However, article marketing is somewhat difficult for us. Our native language is not English. Most non-English Internet marketer struggle when it comes to writing articles. The most non-English Marketers cannot be absolutely sure that the grammar, spelling. Punctuation is okay at the content they just produced.



I started IM from the end of 2009 and was submitting my content to EzineArticles since then. Currently, I have only 43 live articles (RSS) at EzineArticles and 22 I wrote and submitted only last month!

The 23 Article I wrote earlier was flagged by EzineArticles for spelling, grammar and punctuation problem more than one time. I edited and re-submitted those 23 articles. Some got through in one go. Rest flagged again by EzineArticles and I had to edit and re-submit again.

I felt helpless and frustrated each time an article got flagged by EzineArticles. I was desperately looking for a solution. Solution was served by EzineArticles itself. They suggested that proof read my articles by a native English spoken editor before the submission.

I check forums for this kind of expertise and found a couple of proof reading services. But boy, aren’t they expensive! No way I could afford their proof reading service. I became hopeless again. There were few easy solutions. One of them is just to order articles to an English writer giving him list of keywords and instruction. That route is more expensive.

Desperate to solve my problem, I began to search if there is any spelling, grammar and punctuation checker or not. I found one. A very good one indeed. I can check spelling, grammar and punctuation online.

Now, I can write 3-4 articles at a stretch, and I do not concern about the spelling, grammar and punctuation. My software takes care of that. After I finish writing, I make the necessary adjustments suggested by the online software.

The spelling, grammar and punctuation checker online is super easy to use. There is instruction comes with the software, but I like to walk you through the process from my user experience assume you purchased and installed the software in your computer by now. There is a free trial version. However, there are limitations in that.

The first Things you have to do is the obvious thing, that is writing an article. However, do not pay any attention on spelling, grammar and punctuation, whether it is correct or not while writing. Just write along what you want to write!

After you finish writing, press F2. The White Smoke window will be loaded with your content. F2 works for both words file and note pad, wherever you wrote your content.

If there are any mistakes in spelling, grammar or punctuation the window will show and suggest alternative corrections to you in three colors. Spelling mistake suggestions with red, the grammar suggestions with the green and punctuation suggestions in blue. You just have to click at the alternatives suggested.

Apart from spelling, grammar and punctuation mistake suggestions, there may be some other suggestion like 'incomplete sentence' or 'repeated word'. There will be no alternative suggestion for these. However, there will be an explanation why those sentences are 'incomplete'. You have to correct that manually according to the suggestions.

That's all folks. I hope you all will have great success in article writing like me. So go get the super effective spelling, grammar and punctuation checker online here.



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