Grammarly Reviews – Where to Find Them

by • November 03, 2014

For every product conceivable, there are hundreds of reviews. You can find 5-star reviews as easily as 1-star reviews for the same product. The problem is, many reviews are unverified. Most websites allow anyone to post their opinions. As a consumer, wouldn’t you like to be sure that reviews are based on the experiences of real customers? How can you find trustworthy customer feedback for products like Grammarly? The good news is that there is a new website to help you in your quest for reliable criticism. We would like to… MORE →

Promote Literacy with Grammarly

by • August 04, 2014
Promote Literacy with Grammarly

“Literacy is a bridge from misery to hope.” —Kofi Annan We, at Grammarly, are dedicated to helping people improve their written communication. However, we know that writing involves so much more than putting pen to paper. For example, the ability to read and write are closely intertwined… MORE →

Watch Your Words in the Job Search!

by • June 04, 2014

The Grammarly team collected 500 active job postings, including marketing and engineering jobs, from the top 100 most profitable companies in the United States. We then assessed how each company used language in these listings to express hiring priorities. Hiring companies do not want someone who views a “job” as “work” “Experience” is more highly valued by hiring companies than “skills” Job seekers should use their cover letter and resume to talk about instances of teamwork vs. individual contributions Hiring companies still prefer candidates with a degree versus relevant experience  … MORE →

Celebrities on Twitter: Who makes more mistakes?

by • May 13, 2014

Grammarly recently compiled a list of the 25 most recent tweets from each of the top 150+ celebrities on Twitter, based on number of followers. Our team of proofreaders then corrected these tweets for spelling and grammar errors. Here’s a general overview of what we found: Female celebrities make fewer overall writing errors (11.1 mistakes per 100 words) than male celebrities (13.0 mistakes per 100 words) on Twitter Musicians are the worst writers in any category of celebrity, including politician, actor, athlete, and business leader, with an average of 14.5 mistakes per 100 words…. MORE →