Grammarly’s New Blog: We’re Here for This

Grammarly’s New Blog: We’re Here for This

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Remember when we told you about the difference between affect or effect? Or the time when we broke down what a metaphor was or the best ways to understand verb tenses?

Yeah, we do, too.

You can still find those classics on the Grammarly Blog.

But what can you find in the coming days, weeks, months, and dare we say, years?

New content, categories, and ways to share our writing and communication tips with your friends, family, colleagues, and that one person who keeps sending you sales-y emails.

We recognize the Grammarly Blog was built on the shoulders of language-loving writers, who will gladly tell you where to place a comma if given the chance—and that’s totally cool. We want you to continue taking pride in the craft of writing, which is why we’ve broken down the writing vertical of the blog into palatable categories. We’ve also placed product and company news up top so you can learn more about how the Grammarly team is working tirelessly to bring you the best products and experiences to aid your writing goals.

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We’ll continue to share advice in the form of “How To” posts. We’ll also encourage you with resources and motivation, called “Inspiration.” There will be a home for “Trends” for more current event coverage of what we love in the writing and communication space. And last, but certainly not least, you can find our “Grammar Tips” handbook to cross-check all of your burning grammar-related questions.

Beyond the writing category change, we’ll bring you staff recommendations and related content to make your Grammarly Blog experience as enjoyable as can be.

You’ll also notice more ways to share content via email, social, or even on Facebook Messenger, if you ever feel the need to politely nudge someone about their misuse of punctuation, emojis, or passive language.

And remember popups on the Grammarly Blog? They’ve gone bye-bye. You’re welcome.

We encourage you to read the content, subscribe to our newsletter and try out the Grammarly writing assistant to take your communication skills to the next level.

That’s all for now from the editorial team at Grammarly.

Feel free to shop around and let us know what you think in the comments section below. But please be nice. Our moms visit this blog, too.

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