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“Like” our Facebook page? You’ll want to read this.

by • March 26, 2013

  Do you know what Grammarly has in common with brands such as Dr. Pepper, Cartoon Network, Maybelline, Game of Thrones, and Purina? We are thrilled to announce that Grammarly has been selected as a finalist in the fifth annual Shorty Industry Awards as the Best Overall Brand Presence on Facebook. The Shorty Awards honor the best in social media, recognizing the people and organizations producing real-time short content in the social web. Since launching our Facebook fan page in mid-2010, Grammarly has experienced tremendous growth; we currently provide more than… MORE →

Grammarly Announces Winner of $1,000 Scholarship

by • February 22, 2013

In mid-January, Grammarly launched its first-ever scholarship essay competition, encouraging students to share their thoughts on grammar. We received an overwhelming response from students of all ages, in all disciplines, who wrote about topics ranging from the profound impact of texting on spelling and grammar, to the quality of writing instruction in public schools. After perusing your essays, Grammarly is delighted to announce the $1,000 scholarship winner: David Ahia. David’s “punny” essay, which describes a time that spelling bruised his confidence, is not only well-written, but it tells a compelling story… MORE →

March Forth: We Want YOU to Participate in National Grammar Day

by • February 22, 2013

Do grammar mistakes drive you crazy? Do you appreciate a perfectly placed vocabulary word? March 4, 2013 is National Grammar Day — an annual celebration of language. In preparation, Grammarly is interested in learning about how writers are writing in your neighborhood. Capture a photo of exceptional, funny, or awkward writing, and share it with Grammarly by March 1, 2013. Your photo may be featured on Grammarly’s Facebook page, and it will be entered for a chance to win a $100 Amazon gift card. Grammarly’s National Grammar Day Photo Contestwill take… MORE →

Enter the T-shirt Slogan Contest: “[Not so] Proper Grammar.”

by • February 04, 2013

Grammarly, the world’s leading software suite for perfecting written English, is announcing the opening of its new online store at Grammarly’s Company Store offers a range of grammar-related products and apparel with slogans such as, “Don’t abbrev.” and “Don’t use no double negatives.” In conjunction with its online store opening, Grammarly is launching a t-shirt slogan contest on Facebook. Fans are invited to share their wittiest suggestions for a t-shirt slogan around the theme, “[Not so] Proper Grammar.” The winner will receive a Grammarly t-shirt adorned with the slogan, and… MORE →

Grammar Revolution

by • January 27, 2013

Grammar Revolution is a documentary Kickstarter project by David and Elizabeth O’Brien, aimed at changing the way people think about grammar. From the Kickstarter page: Dear Backers, $22,000 is the minimum we need to finish the Grammar Revolution documentary. This fundraising campaign is all or nothing. We have to meet our goal of $22,000 by February 7. Your credit card will only be charged if we reach our goal. We’ve already filmed many amazing interviews, but we need your help if we are going to finish filming and do all the work needed to produce,… MORE →