Wednesday, December 28, 2011

What To Look For In A Scam Detector

We’ve already established the fact that we want our English to be improved through the use of grammar checking software, but do you know exactly what you are looking for and why it is important? If you try to ask some people about why they need a grammar checker, they would probably raise a skeptical eyebrow at you and tell you that they want someone to check their grammar. Pretty basic and elementary, right? That is only if you do not have dreams of really building your reputation as a writer. You want to make sure that each and every post that you publish would be unique, original and error-free. Unfortunately, a basic grammar checker that will check your spelling and subject verb agreement will not be enough.

One of the first things that you should look for when searching for an English editing software is that it has to be contextual. Remember that your laptop or pc would already have some form of editing tool built in, and this usually captures specific words when you type it wrong. There are also times that these word processors will “auto-correct” common words that you typically use and you have the option to add it to your dictionary. A grammar checker like Grammarly takes this a notch higher. The importance of this software being contextual is that it does not only rely on misspelled words to make corrections. It has to be within the context of the entire sentence or paragraph.

The scam detector is also an important part of your English editing software. Note that plagiarism does not automatically mean that the entire text is copied to the letter. Updated scam detectors can now distinguish specific words and phrases that have the potential of being copied off someone else’s work, so you should be particular with that too.

There are so many things to look for in a scam detector as it is not created in the exact same way. Make sure that you are able to invest your money wisely and choose the one that will really help you improve your writing skills.

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