How to Polish Your Listings with Free Grammar Checkers

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On most Saturdays in the Cutting for Business Insider’s Club I do Etsy and social media shop critiques. Throughout these critiques I’ve seen product listings that have really poor grammar. However, with just a few minutes, you can use a free grammar checker to polish your listings. Remember, a polished listing makes you look like a more professional business.

Free Online Grammar Checkers

How to Use an Online Grammar Checker

Most of the grammar checkers work the same way: Copy and paste text into them, press a button, correct the mistakes, and copy and paste your corrected text back into your product description (or social media post, email, and so on).

Here’s what it looks like to use Scribens. Once I uploaded the text to be corrected, I clicked on each colored word(s). I was given the grammatical rule and possible corrections. The process took only a few minutes.

How to Polish Your Listings with Free Grammar Checkers - Great for Etsy shop owners, craft business websites, and online Silhouette and Cricut business owners - by cuttingforbusiness.com

After I corrected the text, I copied it back into my About Me page.

That’s it! Using an online grammar checker takes only minutes, but is often overlooked. Why not take a few minutes today to grammar check your About Me page, your product listings, and other important pages in your Silhouette or Cricut business?

Before you go, if you have problems making names plural check out this post.

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How to Polish Your Listings with Free Grammar Checkers - Great for Etsy shop owners, craft business websites, and online Silhouette and Cricut business owners - by cuttingforbusiness.com

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