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Glamour·Jillian Kramer

11 Things You’re (Unknowingly) Doing That Are Keeping You From a Promotion

September 8, 2016
The Huffington Post·Nancy Laws

These Apps Will Help Kick Your Writing Productivity Into Shape

September 6, 2016
Entrepreneur·Chirag Kulkarni

10 Mistakes Content Marketers Make (And How To Avoid Them)

August 22, 2016
Socialnomics·Richard Smith

Social Media Simplified: Useful Browser Extensions Catering to Busy Marketers

August 11, 2016
Forbes·Neil Patel

7 Ways To Quickly Improve Your Writing Skills For Your Blog

July 28, 2016
Wall Street Journal·Melissa Korn

Was Melania Trump Speech ‘Common Words’ Or Plagiarism?

July 19, 2016
PC World·Michael Ansaldo

4 tools that will make your sloppy emails seem smart

July 14, 2016
Bustle·Kristine Fellizar

These Are The Top 5 Words Men Misspell On Dating Sites

June 1, 2016
Inc.·John Boitnott

Which Political Candidate is Keeping Language Simple for Maximum Effect?

June 1, 2016·Hayley Matthews

Grammarly’s Proofreading Browser Extension Can Dramatically Improve Your Online Dating Success

May 5, 2016
Mashable·Chris Taylor

Star Trek’ fans can’t stop talking about ‘Star Wars’, analysis says

May 4, 2016
CIO·Chris Doig

Improve Your Business Writing with Text-to-Speech Proofreading

April 18, 2016
USA Today·Erin Jensen

Quiz: Which Celeb Is Your Grammar Soul Mate?

March 5, 2016
E! Online·Seija Rankin

You’ll Never Guess Which Celebrities Have the Best Grammar on Twitter

March 1, 2016
CNET·Chris Matyszczyk

Bill Gates Loses to Surprise Celebrity in Twitter Grammar Stakes

March 1, 2016
Huffington Post·Stephanie Marcus

Is Leonardo DiCaprio Really ‘Desperate’ To Win An Oscar?

February 24, 2016
People Magazine·Diana Pearl

Which Oscar Nominee’s Fans Have the Best Grammar

February 22, 2016
Dyslexic Advantage·Fernette Eide

Top Dyslexia App 2016: Grammarly

February 16, 2016
USA Today·Nick Schwartz

Which Super Bowl 50 Player Has the Best Grammar on Twitter

January 26, 2016
Askmen·Alex Manley

Is Your Bad Grammar Ruining Your Dating Chances?

January 19, 2016
SF GATE·Katie Dowd

Which Sports Fans Have the Worst Grammar?

December 18, 2015
Mental Floss·Caitlin Schneider

This Flowchart Will Help You Narrow Down Your Holiday Card List

December 17, 2015
NPR·Bill Chappell

The Sports (And Teams) Whose Fans Made The Fewest Grammatical Mistakes In 2015

December 15, 2015
Forbes·Cheryl Conner

These Entrepreneurs Use LinkedIn Publishing To Drive Sales (You Can, Too)

November 21, 2015
The Telegraph·Helena Horton

Donald Trump Fans Have the Worst Grammar and Spelling, Study Shows

October 8, 2015
Washington Post·Justin Wm. Moyer

Trump Supporters Have the Worst Facebook Grammar, Study Finds

October 7, 2015
USA Today·Paul Singer

Democrats Crush Republicans in Grammar; Chafee on Top

October 6, 2015
Politico·Eliza Collins

Trump’s Supporters Found to Have the Worst Grammar

October 6, 2015
Adweek Blog Network·Maryann Yin

Grammar Nerd Traits: INFOGRAPHIC

September 23, 2015
Dallas Morning News·Sharon Grigsby

College Football Teams Ranked by Their Fans’ Grammar

September 1, 2015
USA Today·Micah Peters

The Top 25 Teams in College Football, Re-ranked by Fan Base Grammar

August 31, 2015
Wall Street Journal·Staff

Carly Fiorina’s Facebook Fans Outshine Donald Trump’s — In Grammar and Spelling

August 5, 2015
Field Guide·David Nield

Use the Grammarly Extension to Avoid Dumb Mistakes When Writing Online

July 20, 2015
Huffington Post·Dominique Mosbergen

Meet The Obscure Exclamation Comma: Because Excitement Can Happen In The Middle Of A Sentence

July 2, 2015
The Washington Post·Scott Allen

Nats Fans Get Props for Grammar, Mets and Phillies Fans Do Not

June 23, 2015
Wall Street Journal·Geoff Foster

Mets Fans: Not So Amazin’ at Spelling and Grammar

June 22, 2015
Deadspin·Barry Petchesky

Study: Mets Fans Bad At English

June 22, 2015
Marketing Land·Kelsey Libert

We Surveyed 1200 People To Learn How To Increase Email Effectiveness

May 20, 2015
Realtor Mag·Melissa Dittmann

Overconnectivity: When Too Much Tech Hurts Your Relationships

May 1, 2014
Wall Street Journal·Geoff Foster

Washington Redskins: Bad at Football, Worse at Spelling

April 28, 2015
MSN·Allison VanNest

Think Grammar Doesn’t Matter? It Could Be Holding You Back From a Promotion

March 24, 2015
The Guardian·Adam Lewis

CIA, NSA and MI5: Why Our Intelligence Agencies Aren’t So Smart

March 4, 2015
People Magazine·Tara Fowler

The Top 9 Grammar Mistakes in Fifty Shades of Grey – and How to Fix Them

January 28, 2015
U.S. News & World Report·Hannah Morgan

How Job Seekers Can Boost Their Communication Skills

January 21, 2015
Huffington Post·Grammarly

8 Words Whose Definitions Will Surprise You

January 18, 2015
Business Insider·Drake Baer

25 Web Resources That Will Maximize Your Productivity

January 5, 2015
Wired·Max Lytvyn

Yes, Entrepreneurship Can Be Taught

December 30 , 2014
Business Insider·Sam Colt

Get The Most Out Of Google Chrome With These 17 Essential Add-Ons

December 17, 2014
New York Times Upfront·Veronica Majerol

Second Amendment Grammar

November 17, 2014
Mashable·Lindsay Rothfeld

7 Daily Tasks You Can Put on Autopilot

October 21, 2014
Los Angeles Times·Carolyn Kellogg

For Grammar Geeks: ‘Grammar Revolution’ the Documentary

October 1, 2014
XO Jane·Laura Barcella

Are Women Really Better Writers Than Men?

September 22, 2014
A Plus·Joshua Patton

Poll: Are Men Or Women Better Writers? The Answer Might Surprise You!

September 17, 2014
Huffington Post·Bill Robinson

How’s Your Grammarly? Mine’s Great!

September 11, 2014
D Magazine·Jason Heid

Biggest Grammar Mistakes in Dallas-Fort Worth Signage

September 11, 2014
Huffington Post·Madie Crum

Grammar Infographic Shows Why Writing Skills Matter

September 5, 2014
The Daily Beast·Staff

Poll Gives Women the Edge As Writers

August 21, 2014
Huffington Post·Madie Crum

INFOGRAPHIC: Are Women Better Writers Than Men?

August 14, 2014
Network World·Mark Gibbs

Grammarly: How to Make Your Organization’s Messaging Make Sense

July 31, 2014
Workopolis·Elizabeth Bromstein

The Four Most Commonly Misspelled Resume Words

July 23, 2014
Today Show·Staff

Which Sports Fans Have the Best Twitter Grammar?

June 20, 2014
CNBC·Jane Wells

Be or Be Not? The Question, That Yodaspeak

June 6, 2014
Xconomy·Elise Craig

Need Writing Help? Grammarly Goes Beyond Spell Check to Offer Serious Edits

May 27, 2014
USA Today·Cindy Clark

Top 10 Worst Movie Quotes of All Time -- Grammatically Speaking, That Is

May 20, 2014
Bloomberg Businessweek·Alicia Wei

Ths SAT Is Not the Kraken

May 20, 2014
Huffington Post·Preetam Kaushik

Too Many Cooks Enhance the Taste of Broth!

May 20, 2014
Wall Street Journal·Sanette Tanaka

Grammar Rules in Real Estate

May 8, 2014
Human Resources·Max Lytvyn

When to Start Employee Retention

May 3, 2014
Media Bistro·Dianna Dilworth

Grammarly Writing Group Publishes NaNoWriMo Novel

April 25, 2014
Inc. Magazine·Jessica Stillman

The Many Benefits to Tracking Your Time

April 9, 2014
Huffington Post·Grammarly

Made You Look: The Secret to Writing Great Titles

April 9, 2014·Sharon Florentine

Hire for Cultural Fit, Train for the Right IT Skills

April 2, 2014
The Morning Call·Bill White

Grammar Madness

March 28, 2014
Huffington Post·Grammarly

6 Fixes For Repetitive Writing

March 14, 2014
TheStreet·Jerry Kronenberg

Shorter Ads Sell Homes Faster

March 14, 2014
Star Tribune·Jim Buchta

Does Your House Have Curve Appeal? An Oak Bra with Brass Accents? Fresh Pain and Carpet?

March 6, 2014
Realtor Magazine·Staff

Watch Your Language

March 5, 2014
Huffington Post·Staff

Why Grammar Matters When Selling Your Home

March 5, 2014
Lancaster Online·Claudia Esbenshade

Celebrate National Grammar Day with a Quiz

March 4, 2014
ABC News·Joanna Prisco

Poor Grammar Is Just as Offensive as Gross Pick-Up Lines

February 14, 2014
Huffington Post·Grammarly

4 Ways Improving Your Writing Can Improve Your Life in 2014

January 7, 2014
Huffington Post·Grammarly

7 Grammar Mistakes You’re Probably Making

December 18, 2013
New York Daily News·Nick Kurczewski

Slow Down There Fella! Study Finds Ads for Fast Cars Have More Spelling and Grammar Mistakes

December 16, 2013
Business Insider·Richard Feloni

How Pepsi’s Grammar Errors in Social Media Hurt Its Fight Against Coke

December 6, 2013
Forbes·Joshua Steimle

Top 5 Writing Tips for Entrepreneurs

November 19, 2013
Jalopnik·Patrick George

You Might Have Terrible Writing Skills if You Drive a Fun Car

November 12, 2013
USA Today·Whitney Matheson

Can 750 Writers Come Together to Pen One Novel?

November 6, 2013
Forbes·Melanie Haselmayr

33 Great Apps And Tools For Marketing Professionals

October 10, 2013
Huffington Post·Preetam Kaushik

Renewing America’s Friendship with Books

October 7, 2013·Preetam Kaushik

E-Book Economic Take-Over - Alice in Kindleland

October 5, 2013
eSchool News·Meris Stansbury

New Common Core Writing Resource Could Save Billions

October 2, 2013
San Francisco Business Times·Josh Cain

Grammarly Creates Digital Proofreader

September 6, 2013
MediaBistro·Chris O’Shea

Ladies’ Home Journal and GQ Are Most Accurate Magazines

August 29, 2013
Lifehacker·Melanie Pinola

Grammarly Checks Your Spelling and Grammar As You Type in Your Browser

August 23, 2013
ABC News Radio·Andrea Dresdale

Celebrity Twitter Grammar - Maroon 5 Gets an A+, Nicki Minaj Gets a D+

August 19, 2013
Forbes·Cheryl Connor

Battle of the Brands: Companies With The Best Grammar Win

August 17, 2013
USA Today·Edna Gundersen

On Twitter, Beyoncé Can Spell, Justin Bieber Kant

August 16, 2013
Today Show·

Need a Grammar Lesson? Go Back to School

August 12, 2013
Wall Street Journal·Brad Hoover

Consider Office Density, Commute Time

August 8, 2013
Investor’s Business Daily·Sonja Carberry

7th Inning Stretch Ups Workers; Beat Summer Doldrums

August 8, 2013
U.S.News·Natasha Rhodes

4 Reasons Hiring Managers Don’t Send Rejection Letters

August 6, 2013·Staff

Tweeting Musicians - Who’s Got the Best and Worst Grammar?

July 29, 2013
Wall Street Journal·Max Lytvyn

Start a Business with Your BFF

July 25, 2013
Zap2it·The Fame Fatale

Adam Levine, Beyonce, Ludacris - Your Grammar Makes Us Happy

July 17, 2013
Mashable·Sam Laird

Meet Sports Twitter’s 10 Worst Grammar Offenders

July 12, 2013
Business Insider·Kirsten Acuna

The 13 Celebrities with the Worst Grammar on Twitter

June 25, 2013
San Jose Mercury News·Tony Hicks

Kardashian Sisters Know Their Grammar

June 7, 2013
Huffpost Celebrity·Liat Kornowski

Celebrity Twitter: Stars Who Adhere to Grammar and Spelling Rules, and Some Who Really Don’t (INFOGRAPHIC)

June 6, 2013
Cnet·Chris Matyszczyk

Twitter Grammar Police Say Musicians Can’t Write

June 5, 2013
Redeye·JoVona Taylor

U. of C. Has the Best Writers, According to Grammarly Survey

May 22, 2013
Data Center Journal·Allison VanNest

How to (Technically) Write Well: Advice for Better Technical Writing in IT

May 22, 2013
Huffington Post·Peter Walters

20 Life Hacks and Tools to Boost Productivity on Your Computer

May 2, 2013
TIME·Lauren Simonds

Good Writing Can Help You Succeed

April 19, 2013·Alison Doyle

Grammarly Review

April 16, 2013·Aaron Couch

Grammarly Lite – A Browser Extension For All Your Proofreading Needs [Chrome, Firefox, Safari]

April 11, 2013
AOL Jobs·Cara Aley

5 Surefire Ways to Lose the Respect of Your Coworkers

April 1, 2013
Forbes·Cheryl Connor

Report: How Grammar Influences Your Income

March 11, 2013·Staff

How to Avoid Purple Prose

March 6, 2013
Deseret News·Ty Kiisel

Is Bad Grammar the Great Career Killer?

March 5, 2013
FishbowlNY·Vicki Salemi

Good Grammar: It Helps You Get Ahead at Work

March 5, 2013
Harvard Business Review·Brad Hoover

Good Grammar Should Be Everyone’s Business

March 4, 2013
Huffington Post·Staff

National Grammar Day: 11 Embarrassing Grammar Mistakes

March 4, 2013
The New York Times Learning Network·Katherine Schulten

How Good Is Your Grammar

March 4, 2013
Lifehacker·Adam Dachis

Grammarly Checks the Grammar and Spelling of Any Document and Helps You Fix It

February 25, 2013

Words to Leave Off Your Resume

February 25, 2013
AOL Jobs·Ritika Trikha

5 Toughest Interview Questions and How to Answer Them

February 22, 2013
U.S. News·Ritika Trikha

Master the 5 Toughest Interview Questions

February 20, 2013·William Frierson

China Emerges As a Dominant Force in Written English

February 19, 2013·

USA Today Grabs Three Grammarly Awards

February 12, 2013
TLNT·Tim Sackett

The Most Dangerous Word to Use at Work

February 12, 2013·Eddie Scarry

Dumbass Pitches: USA Today Beats NYT for Grammarly Award

February 11, 2013
Yahoo! Small Business·Allison VanNest

One in 89 Billion: How to Make Your Corporate Emails Stand Out

February 4, 2013
Fortune·Brad Hoover

The Most Dangerous Word to Use at Work

January 17, 2013
Inside Facebook·Jonathan Espinosa

Blackberry, Trident, Grammarly and Others Among This Week’s Top PTAT Gainers for Product and Service Pages

January 3, 2013
AOL Jobs·Brad Hoover

Stop Making These Resume Mistakes

December 14, 2012
Business Insider·Brad Hoover

3 Ways to Avoid Grammar Gaffes That Could Ruin Your Resume

December 4, 2012
Today’s Campus·Brad Hoover

Improving Student Writing Outcomes with an Automated Proofreader

November/December 2012
Huffington Post·Staff

Top 6 Common College Grammar Mistakes from Grammarly

November 28, 2012·Brad Hoover

The Comma and Your Career

November 27, 2012
ITBusinessEdge·Don Tennant

Overcoming the Communications Gap with Foreigners in the IT Workplace

November 21, 2012
ITBusinessEdge·Don Tennant

How Cloud Power Is Improving Written English

November 5, 2012
The Grindstone·Meredith Lepore

The Scariest Grammar Mistakes In Professional Emails

October 31, 2012·Alison Doyle

Resume Grammar Errors to Avoid

October 31, 2012
Forbes·Cheryl Conner

I Don’t Tolerate Poor Grammar

October 21, 2012