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Study Shows Political Language Is Changing, Affects Parties Differently

September 2016

Reddit Politics Writing Breakdown: The Right and Left Are Closer Than You Think

August 2016

Star Wars vs. Star Trek: You Can’t “Force” Good Writing

May 2016

Fifty Shades of Grammar

February 2015

Are You a Wannabe Novelist? Here Are Five Writing Mistakes You’re Probably Making

February 2015

Surprise! People With Stronger Writing Skills Are Better at Their Jobs, Get Paid More

September 2014

Are Women Better Writers Than Men?

August 2014

A Grammar and Style Guide to #Yodify Your Language

May 2014

Watch Your Words in the Job Search

March 2014

Does Your Writing "Spell" Disaster?

February 2014

What Was the Top Consumer Trend This Holiday Season? Quality Writing

January 2014

Writing the next "Great American Novel?" Here Are the Mistakes You’ll Make.

January 2014

Best and Worst Grammar of 2013

December 2013

Pumpkin Pie Recipes by "Grammar" (er, Grandma)

November 2013

What Does Your Car Say About Your Writing Skills?

November 2013

A Summer Reading List That Will Keep You Occupied All Year

September 2013

Common Core Standards - Writing Acquisition Timeline

September 2013

Maybe Men Do Just Read Playboy for the Articles.

August 2013

Do Companies Value Accurate Writing in Their LinkedIn Profiles?

June 2013

Celebrities on Twitter - The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly

June 2013

Hiring? Grammarly Ranked the Top Ten Schools Based on Student Writing Ability

May 2013

Good Grammar Will Get You Promoted

March 2013

Grammarly Student Success Survey

January 2012