Ultimate WordPress Plugin for Proofreading After the Deadline

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You can make money with your blog when you have some worthy content. And content without proofread is not worthy to read even it has flashing news. And I agree how much it kills to read the post manually to find mistakes.

Though there are many WordPress plugins for proofreading I prefer and recommend After the Deadline, it`s simple to use and very effective.

I hope it`s not necessary to write how important it is to proofread your post. Think yourself, are you going to read a post which has lots of errors? No, right? I agree that even professional writers make mistakes, because when you`ve lot of work to do you may miss few things.

This plugin can help you out in writing error free post. Which will directly increase average time on your blog, and reader interaction with you.

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Here is the plugin —-> Download After the Deadline plugin

Hope you all knew how to add it to your WordPress blog.

If you`re not aware of it, then here we go.

1. Install the plugin by clicking giving link (above)

2. Log into your dashboard, click plugins—> Add plugins, then click upload.

3. Activate the plugin

Next time when you write a post, don`t forget to click small icon on menu.

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3 Responses

  1. SapnaFebruary 6, 2013 at 4:43 pmReply

    HI Khaja

    Great information!

    I use the wordpress(theme) default feature for proofreading and find it OK, I can try this for sure.

    Thanks for sharing this.

    Sapna

  2. Tim BonnerFebruary 7, 2013 at 9:07 amReply

    Hey Khaja

    I use After the Deadline for proofreading and it’s definitely a great way to find some mistakes and suggestions.

    It pays to read through everything still though as it doesn’t pick up on some errors.

    If you have JetPack installed, then it’s one of the options available to activate through that plugin.
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  3. Suresh KhanalFebruary 8, 2013 at 4:50 amReply

    This is really useful plugin, though, I’ve installed Jetpact and it has features like you’ve mentioned on that plugin.

    Jetpack is a bundle of lot of functionality and you can remove many plugins if you have this one. But don’t forget to disable the features you are not using. People complain that it consumes a lot of server resources. So, be selective to pick the features you’re going to use form it.
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