What’s new in October 2019? Introducing Reach
See what the Readable team has been up to in June 2019.
ReadablePro 2019: leading the way in readability scoring
We’ve made some changes. ReadablePro has never been easier to use, and it looks fantastic. Here’s an overview of the main enhancements.
News releases are bogged down by fuzzy language, jargon, and men
Britain’s biggest companies write news releases that are woolly, opaque, and fail to communicate clearly.
Your readability questions answered
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.
Behind the scenes: Why we do what we do
Your work is a huge part of your life. To truly achieve the best you can, you need to enjoy what you are doing. At readable.io, we are fortunate to love what we do.
ReadablePro, your questions answered
We’ve made the biggest changes to our readability tools yet, with the launch of ReadablePro. A brand new readability tool, built with extra power installed.
Introducing ReadablePro. A readability tool, with extra power.
You have 7 seconds to grab someone’s attention. Take control of your content marketing with ReadablePro and cut through the noise.
Approved by the UK Government
Readability is an issue we all need to be aware of and be acting on. So much so, the UK Government has released a set of guidelines for their social media activity. The government recommends readable.io.
What is readable content marketing and why do you need it?
There’s a wealth of online content aimed at your customers. How are you going to stop your competitors from getting the sale first? Simple. Give customers readable content.
5 steps to improving readability
A readability score is a computer-calculated index which can tell you roughly what level of education someone will need to be able to read a piece of text easily.