Are You Grammarly’s Biggest Fan?

by • January 14, 2015
Grammarly's Biggest Fan

At Grammarly, we obsess about our customers because we know that they are the reason we exist. That’s why we actively seek feedback from customers who have used our automated proofreading tool to improve their communication. Recently, the Grammarly team was elated to be chosen as a… MORE →

Why Correct Grammar and Spelling Is Important For SEO

by • December 31, 2014

Guest blog post by Fathi Arfaoui Why Correct Grammar and Spelling Is Important For SEO Now you are in the world of technology and the web access. Everything has become in the access of all, locating any place in any corner of the globe. The foremost input of this widespread contact can be labeled to the encroachment in the SEO industry. SEO has made the existing organizations, struggle for their existence. This struggle has made the customers enjoy an unlimited number of products and informational content, with a competitive approach. To get a… MORE →

The Editing Process: How to Get Started

by • December 10, 2014

by Georganna Hancock, M.S. editor at A Writer’s Edge, and special guest in this week’s #GrammarlyChat When we speak of “editing” a manuscript, people generally have in mind copy or line editing. That concerns a variety of elements frequently labeled “grammar,” but in fact includes punctuation, capitalization, syntax and style matters. Large publishers offer several other types of editing but independent editors also provide them on a freelance basis. At The Bay Area Editors’ Forum, you can learn about the different types of editing and what each entails with definitions of… MORE →