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Top #SummerReads for 2013

by • September 25, 2013
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Summer has simmered down and school is back in session. What better way to keep the summer spirit alive a little bit longer than by encouraging you to pick up some of the top #summerreads from the Grammarly community? In early September, we asked our Facebook, Google+,… MORE →

Top Student Writing Mistakes: The Real “Madness” in Higher Education

by • March 22, 2013

According to some estimates, March Madness costs companies up to $134 million in lost productivity — with employees streaming the tournament online, updating brackets, participating in office pools, and more. Imagine if the United States cared as much about the quality of a school’s curriculum as we do about the caliber of its basketball team? In keeping with the competitive spirit of the NCAA basketball championship, the Grammarly team created a “tournament” of our own. We reviewed articles from 16 student newspapers at colleges across the country to come up with our own “Final… MORE →

Bad Writing: What it Means for Your Career (INFOGRAPHIC)

by • March 05, 2013

Is poor writing an indicator that you will be less successful in your career? Kyle Wiens, CEO at iFixit, suggested as much in a July 20, 2012 article (“I Won’t Hire People Who Use Poor Grammar. Here’s Why.”) which appeared in Harvard Business Review’s blog network. Yesterday, in honor of National Grammar Day, Harvard Business Review posted another article (“Grammar Should Be Everyone’s Business”) written by Grammarly CEO Brad Hoover. Brad’s article provides real data to back up Mr. Wiens’ supposition that poor grammar predicts poor career outcomes. Here’s a breakdown… MORE →