No. of Recommendations: 0 will find you all on it's own.

Here's [here is] a little test you can apply to ensure you're [you are] using contractions properly.

"It's" is the contraction for "it is."

You wouldn't say, " will find you all on it is own," would you?

Therefore, the correct word is its, which means, belonging to or associated with a thing previously mentioned, as in: "turn the camera on its side."

This concludes today's punctuation lesson. ;-)
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