GooseGrade one of those friendly companies I talk to at the Web 2.0 Expo this year. It’s a social networking site where people can submit their grammatical/spelling errors to be corrected by members of GooseGrade, who also earn status based on their previous corrections.
(You can read about exactly what the site is about by reading previous reviews from TechCrunch and ReadWriteWeb.)
At the Web 2.0 Expo, GooseGrade has launched a new WordPress Plugin that will allow your readers and GooseGrade members to correct your blog posts. It’s a free service and if you are always running out of time like me, this WordPress plugin can help you correct/edit/finalize your blog posts, mostly done by your readers while you approve of their correction if any are found.
I think this is a cool service and more bloggers should take advantage of it. Based on their market research, people tend to visit blogs more often when there are no grammatical/spelling errors. Probably true and I am guilty of not re-checking my blog posts too.
Check it out and let me know your thoughts on how well it worked for you @zedomax2.
Here’s the video of how the WordPress plugin works:
And my horrible inaudible video from the Web 2.0 Expo: (Turn the sound DOWN!)
And thanks John (@jbpounders) for the interview, you are kind! 🙂