Other readability formulas work great when you’re writing a narrative. What about when you’re not, and how can the FORCAST formula help you analyze incomplete sentences?
You’re bound to have plenty of questions about readability and how you can improve your content. We’ve rounded up the most commonly asked questions and we’re tackling them one by one.
A great way to see that a book isn’t readable for young children is if it doesn’t have the appropriate Spache grade. But what’s Spache, where did it come from and why is it so important?
Why is the New Dale-Chall readability formula so important for elementary teachers and content writers alike?
The New Dale-Chall formula was created to analyze readability for fourth-graders and above. But, where did it come from, and why should every writer be paying attention to it?
ARI has been used since the 60s, but how did the Automated Readability Index become an essential tool for technical writers?
The SMOG Index is an influential and popular writing tool. But, where did it come from, and how can you best use it?