News, updates and product tutorials

October 12, 2020 How-to

The Key Communication Skills for Sales Success

Becoming a successful salesperson may involve numerous talents, but at the very core lies the ability to communicate.  Think about it. To sell, you must not only demonstrate the value of your product, but you must also understand the need of the potential customer, therefore convincing them that your product can provide the solution. To […]

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October 9, 2020 Inspiration

Why Good Writing Matters in Business, and How it Can Be Achieved

You may be a manager who has noticed that your team’s writing efforts could be better. Conversely, you may be a team member who wishes to convince your manager that better writing would increase team performance and results. Somewhere along the line, someone will need to be convinced why investment in writing actually matters. Here […]

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October 5, 2020 How-to

Using Business Writing Templates For More Productive and Efficient Use of Time

If you need to write something business-related, the chances are it has been done before. So instead of sitting there trying to reinvent the wheel, you should be making use of a convenient template which maps out everything you need to include in your press release, staff bio, marketing case study, follow-up email, or whatever […]

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September 30, 2020 How-to

Convenient Help to Avoid Writer’s Block at Work

We have all been there before. You are sitting in front of a blank screen wondering how to write that important business email, but you don’t even know where to start. Or maybe it’s a press release that is needed urgently, but you just haven’t got the inspiration you need. Writer’s block – as the […]

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July 23, 2020 Product

Linguix Snippets: Save $18 Per Hour and $10,600 a Year on Email and Social Writing

The average typing speed is about 40 words per minute, which is equal to around 200 characters per minute. Also, according to research by McKinsey, the average professional spends around 28% of the working day managing emails. Assuming that the average office worker’s salary in the US is as much as $42,350, email takes up […]

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July 22, 2020 Product

Meet Our Brand-New Content Templates Library

According to practical experiments, content templates along with writing suggestions can speed up your writing by up to 600%. Good news: starting today many of our templates for emails, resume, essay and much more are available for free! Previously, this was a Premium-only feature. Find the best template to solve your task, and customize it […]

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July 17, 2020 Product

The Exciting New Features That Linguix Has to Offer

Linguix, the AI-powered writing assistant, has many beloved features that have already attracted a loyal and growing audience. The free-to-download Chrome/Mozilla/Edge extension, for example, allows the user to check their spelling and grammar wherever they write on the web thanks to the Linguix database of corrections, stocked by language experts. Get suggestions as you write, […]

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June 24, 2020 Product

Linguix for Browser is Out of Beta Stage, List of Native Languages Extended, Better Long Documents Performance

It’s been a while since our previous big spring update, and we have a lot of new features coming out this summer. Today we are announcing the first batch of product updates that will directly and positively impact upon the experience of all Linguix users. Here is what’s new: Extension is out of beta stage […]

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June 10, 2020 Product

Using the Linguix Statistics Report to Improve Your Writing

The Linguix AI-powered writing assistant isn’t just a means by which you can instantly improve the content of your reports, emails, blog posts or whatever else you may be writing. But, of course, it will do that too. For Linguix actually enables you to become a better writer: someone who is able to reach your […]

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June 8, 2020 Grammar

The Importance of Learning Synonyms to Improve Your Writing, and How You Can Do It

‘said’ is one of the most inexpressive words in the English language. “That is right,” he said. The problem with ‘said’ is that all it does is report the words that someone speaks. It doesn’t say anything about the way that the words were actually spoken, not to mention any meaning, emotion or feeling that […]

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