At Grammarly, we like nothing better than to hear success stories from writers all over the world—from students getting better grades, to professionals accelerating their career progress, to language learners improving their written English. We know that your success is our success, and vice versa.
That’s why we wanted to share some recent market recognition:
- Grammarly was chosen as a finalist in the 5th Annual Shorty Industry Awards for Best Overall Brand Presence on Facebook
- Grammarly CEO Brad Hoover was selected as a semi-finalist in Ernst & Young’s Entrepreneur of the Year 2013 Award
On April 9, 2013, we added another achievement to the list. Grammarly.com was nominated for “Best Web Services & Applications Website” in the 17th Annual Webby Awards. As a nominee, we are also eligible to win the Internet’s top honor:The People’s Voice Webby.
The Webby Awards, presented by the International Academy of Digital Arts and Sciences, is considered the highest recognition on the Internet—much like the Academy Awards for actors or the Grammy Awards for musicians. Competition for awards is fierce. Within our category, we’re up against big-name brands, but the real effort goes into winning the People’s Voice Award. Every vote counts!
To help Grammarly.com win the People’s Voice Award, please:
1) Visit the voting page.
2) Click “Grammarly.com” (you’ll be prompted to sign-up the first time you click).
3) Share your vote with your friends.**
3) Rinse and repeat daily until April 25, 2013.
**Need an extra incentive? When you share your vote for Grammarly in the People’s Voice competition on Twitter (including @grammarly and #webbys in the tweet), we’ll automatically enter you into a drawing for a $100 Amazon gift card and a one-year subscription to the Grammarly Editor valued at $139.95.
See Grammarly’s official press release on the Webby Awards nomination here.
Thank you for your continued support, and keep writing!