...it 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, "...it 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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