How to spell check your WordPress website in 5 minutes or less

Maintaining and updating a WordPress Website is time-consuming and can lead to trouble if you do not make sure that your website is error free so that those errors do not show up on Google. It is, therefore, critical to take care of WordPress spelling errors before your website visitors see them.

These errors are especially troublesome when Google indexes the page because they start to negatively affect your search engine optimization. Proofreading for spelling is a critical yet time-consuming task. A quick solution to this problem is to run WordPress Spell Check on your website and create a comprehensive report identifying the spelling errors, which can be corrected easily rather than wasting time by going to the trouble of manually checking each page.

Using WP Spell Check, proofreading for spelling is accomplished with a click of a button. You simply scan and create a comprehensive list of all the spelling errors on your WordPress website. The WordPress plugin scans over 50 places on your site including your pages, post titles and descriptions, media file titles and descriptions as well as menus, sliders and many more.

Ultimately, wherever you enter content by your hand WordPress Spell Check goes through and scans for errors. Within seconds, you will have a list of all the errors that are easily and quickly fixed, thereby saving you a monumental amount of time. You can use that time toward more productive endeavors like creating new content!

Watch this quick tutorial to get an idea of how the WordPress Spell Check plugin works and how it helps save you time.

By using this quick and easy tool you will not only get better optimization on Google but also you will save yourself some embarrassment while simultaneously increasing sales and revenue from customers that are not turned away by simple spelling errors. Proofreading for correct spelling matters when it comes to projecting a professional image.

To give the plug-in a try, go to Download the free version and see if it's a solution that works for you.