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Best First Lines in Literature

by • October 16, 2013
Gayle Brandeis

Did you read Grammarly’s recent blog post on #GrammoWriMo? If so, you know that our team is working hard to assemble the largest group of writers to ever draft a community-written novel for #NaNoWriMo this November. So far, we’ve experienced an overwhelmingly positive response from our writing… MORE →

“And, the winners are . . .”

by • October 02, 2013

In honor of the new school year, Grammarly wanted to know what people were most excited about as they returned to school. We asked people from all over the web to send us an interesting photo and a caption explaining why school was cool for them. We got a number of inspiring, fun, and compelling responses, but a few really stood out to us.   Here are this year’s contest winners: Second Runner-up: Geavanna Forino We were inspired by Geavanna’s hard work and determination. Keep it up and have a great… MORE →

Meet Maria Polishchuk!

by • September 27, 2013
Maria Polishchuk

Account Executive, EDU Sales at Grammarly How long have you worked at Grammarly? I’ve been at Grammarly for one year and four months. What is the best thing about working at Grammarly? It feels great to be a part of something awesome. What is your favorite memory… MORE →

“. . . And we’re back!”

by • June 21, 2013

Hello, world! I know, I know—it’s been a while. We took a break from our regular posting to review and revamp the Grammarly blog. (What do you think?) Whether you are a fan of Grammarly already, or you are curious to learn more about us, we’re confident that there will be something of interest to you in our new blog, Glossophilia: Grammarly’s Blog on Love of Language. You’ll find the usual stories about grammar, language, and writing—but with enhanced features such as indexing of past posts, social media integration, and even more written… MORE → Nominated for 2013 Webby Awards

by • April 11, 2013

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… MORE →