In the late 1960s, an obscure readability formula was developed which has since proven useful for several languages. Where did it come from, and how can you use it?
Newspapers remain a cornerstone of journalism. They’re still read by many, especially online. But, which news outlets are writing the most readable online content, and why is it important that they do?
From the 1960s onward, linguists were making readability formulas easier and quicker to calculate. How can the graph-based Fry formula help you improve your readability?
Content writing and marketing is an art just like any other. If you write badly, you can sacrifice reader engagement and valuable leads. But, what lessons can you learn from novelists and apply to your content?
A group of readability experts thought readability formulas needed a shake-up. How did they do it, and how can Powers Sumner Kearl best be used?
The Raygor readability graph promised a quick and easy readability grade. But, where does it come from, and how can it best be used?