5 English words we should use more often

There are way more words in the English language than one would think, and some great ones don’t get the love they deserve.

17 November 2017 by Dave Child

Have you read the terms and conditions? The readability of insurance policies

It seems that nearly everything we buy these days comes with the recommendation of insurance cover and it’s a merry time for the insurance sellers. Why is this important for readability?

8 November 2017 by Ruth Colmer

ReadableBot: the Readable indexer

Our engine is built to index at a friendly rate. We’d rather score URLs and websites slowly than risk affecting performance for real customers.

4 November 2017 by Dave Child

Proofreading with Readable – 7 strategies to instantly improve readability and write content that converts

You need an action plan for improving your readability. We’ll highlight some steps you can take so you can confidently go forth and clarify your content.

27 September 2017 by Laura Kelly

Insurance companies should provide readable policies

An insurance policy is a legal document. It’s a contract between the buyer and the insurance company. It spells out the terms and conditions of the coverage provided. In a real sense, the contract is what you are buying. However, most legal documents are difficult to read and nearly impossible to understand.

14 September 2017 by Dave Child

What are reading level calculators?

When producing content for online readers, you don’t want to fall into the trap of writing too much. And you don’t want to over-complicate things, either.

21 August 2017 by Dave Child

How to correctly use ‘per se’

‘Per se’ is originally a Latin term which is commonly misused in English. Find out the true meaning of per se and how you can avoid this easy mistake. 

11 August 2017 by Laura Kelly

What is readability?

Readability is a quality of reading ease in your writing. It tells you the clarity of your writing. Find out how it works and how you can use it.

22 July 2017 by Laura Kelly

Top four metaphors of everyday English

If this topic seems unclear to you, allow me to shed some light. You may see metaphors as literary devices, but in fact, our everyday language is full of them, and they are among the keys to speaking English like a native or just enjoying the play of our language.

21 July 2017 by Dave Child

4 tips to making your newsletter readable

Email, it was supposed to die out with the growth of social media right? Apparently, that is not the case. In fact, inc.com say nearly 68% of teens and 73% of millennials said they prefer to receive communication from a business via email…

6 July 2017 by Dave Child

Why the readability of your newsletter is important for everyone

Well designed and well-written newsletters will strengthen relationships with customers, create more interest and promote sales (without being promotional).

10 June 2017 by Dave Child

Improve the readability of your writing in 60 seconds

Your success as a writer hinges upon your commitment to constantly improving the readability of your copy. Failure to make readability a priority can lead readers to abandon your copy at first sight.

25 May 2017 by Dave Child