5 grammar “rules” which aren’t real

Many well-known grammar rules stem from outdated advice. What are some of these unreasonable guidelines and why are they no longer necessary? 

7 November 2019 by Laura Kelly

Are you scaring the general public away with poor reach?

This spooky season, we’re loving scary stories, but not scary copy. How can you check yours with Readable’s new ‘Reach’ feature to ensure your audience doesn’t close the door on you? 

30 October 2019 by Laura Kelly
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Examples of wordy sentences – and how to correct wordiness

What does it mean for a sentence to be 'too wordy'? How can you edit sentences to decrease wordiness and improve readability?

24 October 2019 by Laura Kelly

What’s new in October 2019? Introducing Reach

See what the Readable team has been up to in June 2019.

22 October 2019 by Dave Child

How to write a persuasive job description

How can you write a job description that stands out, grabs the reader's attention and attracts the right candidate?

17 October 2019 by Laura Kelly
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How can we reduce workplace email despair?

Since email’s conception, there have been a host of other methods of communication developed - but email is still the most commonly used in the workplace. What are some common email faux pas, and how can we do better?

10 October 2019 by Laura Kelly