If you recall from part one of our WhiteSmoke review, we focused on the good and surprises of WhiteSmoke’s software. In part two of this review, we’ll look at the bad and silver lining of WhiteSmoke’s software. Yes, there’s a bad side and a silver lining. It sounds contradictory, but it’s true.
Remember that writing tools such as WhiteSmoke writing software can enhance and help your writing. If you’re not a strong writer, purchasing WhiteSmoke’s writing and grammar software may pay off in more ways than one.
About the only bad part is the pricing. The software is not terribly expensive. However, you may be watching your expenses these days and hesitate to purchase the software.
WhiteSmoke offers different writing software packages. The package you choose depends on your writing needs. Here are your options.
Options and Pricing
- General writing = $79.95
- Business writing = $99.95
- Creative writing = $99.95
- Bio-tech writing = $99.95
- Hi-tech writing = $99.95
- Executive package = $249.95
WhiteSmoke also offer add-on modules such as Multi-lingual dictionary for $49.95. Self-study courses are English Online Video Tutorials for $99.95 and Business English Video Tutorials for $99.95.
The silver lining
I would consider purchasing WhiteSmoke based on a couple of criteria. First, anyone can sign up for the free newsletter. Second, they have a free blog which has great information. Third, WhiteSmoke has a forum where you can ask writing questions or copy and paste your article to receive feedback. Finally, you can test the software before you buy it. Not many companies do this.
WhiteSmoke’s software is more economical than other software. The other alternative is to purchase a couple of writing books; however, you may not receive the results you expect. Think of WhiteSmoke’s software as your writing teacher. The software will provide guidance and instruct you on grammar, punctuation, and sentence structure. Your writing and writing style will improve over time. Go for it!
Will you invest in WhiteSmoke’s writing software? Why? Why not?