Today is #GAAD2020 - Global Accessibility Awareness Day. We’re focusing on how readability is essential in creating an inclusive digital landscape.
We talk a lot about how good readability affects SEO, but it’s also important to note spelling and grammar. You may underestimate how much they could affect rankings. Let’s explore why you should always do a check.
Cover letters which are readable and concise stand out. We’ll go through some of the major features of a cover letter that will impress.
Confusing the words ‘that’ and ‘which’ is a common grammar mistake. This is because they can both be used as relative pronouns. Find out how to use both.
What are the latest entries to the OED in March 2020, and what do they mean? How do words get into the OED?
We've scored the top-ranking results on Google for a Coronavirus-related search. Find out why readability and health literacy are important to the public.
Why is sentence length so important for readability and SEO? How can you write the best and most effective sentences to keep searchers reading?
Where does the apostrophe go, anyway? Does bad grammar make for unsuccessful dating? Why February 14th? And more from us to you this Valentine’s Day...
Insight Agents wanted to find out how readable Brexit documents were. They used Readable for their surprising findings. What does their analysis tell us?
What does it mean to write in the second person? What effect can it have on your writing? We'll help you use it to your advantage.
We analyzed some of Goodreads' most popular fiction picks for readability. We got some pretty interesting readability results. But what makes popular fiction so highly readable?
Readability metrics are an invaluable tool for technical writers. How can you apply these Plain English rules to write clear and concise technical material?