Content creation best practices

February 26, 2021 Grammar

When to Use Choose And Chose?

In terms of words in English that are regularly confused, it’s difficult to find more obvious examples than the words ‘choose’ and ‘chose’. In fact, you could probably throw in the noun ‘choice’ into this confusing mix too.  These words are all part of the same word family, meaning they are related in meaning. The […]

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December 2, 2020 Product

New Linguix Keyboards For iOS and Android

If you are not familiar with Linguix, then here is what you need to know. What is Linguix? Linguix is an AI-powered writing assistant. To start, you can download the free Linguix extension for Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, or Microsoft Edge and see how Linguix can help you identify your writing mistakes – be that […]

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November 9, 2020 Product

Linguix Tips: How to Use Linguix For Business

In some aspects of your day-to-day business functions, you require your staff to write. This writing could take many forms: sales emails, marketing content, press releases, blog articles, website copy and so much more besides. Now, think about some of the potential problems that may arise as a result of staff members generating these various […]

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October 29, 2020 Grammar

5 Practical Tips to Help You Produce Better-quality Persuasive Writing

Would you like your writing to be more persuasive? Are you trying to sell your brand? Or perhaps you are putting forward an argumentative essay paper for college? Perhaps it’s your resume that you need to be more convincing? There are any number of reasons why you may need your writing to be more appealing. […]

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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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September 1, 2020 Writing

Creating and Sending Effective Follow-Up Emails to Improve Efficiency, and Your Bottom-Line

Writing emails is still one of the most effective strategies open to your business. In an age of ever more sophisticated social media content marketing approaches, online networking events and other such modern phenomena, putting together an effective email can still achieve much. From establishing relationships to cementing existing ones, from effective marking to securing […]

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August 13, 2020 Writing

How to Write an Effective and Polite Appointment Email

In many roles, making appointments is a fundamental part of the job. Very often the appointment must be organized via email, or in another written form. Doing this, in English, is relatively simple as long as you are familiar with the common expressions that are used. The other thing to remember is that there are […]

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July 30, 2020 Writing

What Is a Writing Assistant, and What Can It Do For My Writing?

You may have heard of a writing assistant, but may not know exactly what one is.  Indeed, if you’re not quite sure exactly what it is, then how do you know if it could be useful to you or not?  Which then raises the question, could it be something you are missing out on? This […]

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July 9, 2020 Writing

Typical Mistakes People Make When Writing For Business

Nearly every job involves a little bit of writing. For example, a plumber will have to write out a quote or send a text message to confirm an appointment, for example. There’s probably a website with written text involved somewhere too. Of course, there are many types of jobs where there is quite a lot […]

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May 27, 2020 Vocabulary

‘Good’ vs ‘well’, And When to Use These Words

One of the challenges of language is getting an understanding of what is correct. But then, what is correct is not always what people actually say. A classic example in English is when differentiating between the words ‘good’ and ‘well’. The fact is, the vast majority of native English speakers have evolved their communication in […]

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