If you want to keep your website's visitors coming back for more, it's important that you continue to create quality content. No one likes to read a poorly composed article that is riddled with grammatical errors, especially if they are found on a frequent basis. And because we're not all members of the dreaded grammar police, it's near impossible to be perfect.
To avoid grammatical errors altogether, I recommend using any basic form of text-to-speech dictation. This feature is included by default in most desktop and mobile operating systems. Simply highlight your text, have the software read the text for you, and listen carefully for any errors that you may have overlooked.
For Mac users, it's as simple as right-clicking within any supported app. If text-to-speech is not already enabled, follow the instructions here. The process is a bit more involved for Windows users, but it takes just a few moments to activate.
While text-to-speech is primarily used for those in need of accessibility options, it's still a feature that can significantly improve the quality of your writing. It's free to use, so why not give it a shot?
A brief demonstration of text-to-speech dictation in OS X can be seen below.