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Wordy for WordPress


Wordy for WordPress lets you seamlessly send your blog posts to for real-time, human, proofreading and copy-editing – all without leaving WordPress:

  • Best of web turnaround time
  • Expert editors in all major time zones
  • Choose between English, German and Danish editors

Wordy relies on professional copy-editors and proofreaders to establish long-term relationships with clients – with editors in all major time zones, Wordy gives you true 24/7 service.

Wordy lets you focus on creating content, saving valuable resources and improving cycle times.

Wordy optimises the accuracy and readability of your content, making it a pleasure to read and link to.


Use the built-in installer and upgrader from within WordPress, or install Wordy for WordPress manually:

  1. Use your FTP program to upload the Wordy directory to your wp-content/plugins directory
  2. Activate Wordy through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress
  3. Go to ‘Settings’ to enable Wordy using a new or existing account
  4. Configure the language and publishing settings

That’s it. You’re ready to go!


How do I get a username for Wordy?

Your username is the email address you use to log in to Wordy. If you do not have a Wordy account yet, you can sign up for free.

How do I create an API key?

Once you’ve created your account on Wordy, you can create an API key in your account settings.

How do I send a post to Wordy for editing?

Enter your brief to the editor and send your post to Wordy from your post page.

How do I contact my editor?

You can send and receive messages from your editor in real-time from your post page.

Contributors & Developers

“Wordy for WordPress” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.

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  • Initial release.