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How to Use ProWritingAid's Overused Words Check

How to Use ProWritingAid's Overused Words Check

ProWritingAid's Overused Words Check flags problematic words and phrases commonly overused by writers and helps you to eliminate them. Here's how to use the report to sharpen your writing.

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Why You Should Read Your Manuscript Out Loud

Why You Should Read Your Manuscript Out Loud

There's no such thing as a perfect manuscript, but you'll get as close as possible if you read your book out loud before you publish. Here's why.

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Words to Avoid if you Want to Write Strong Content

Words to Avoid if you Want to Write Strong Content

The words you use in your content can strengthen or weaken your prose. In this article, we teach you how to boost the power of your content by eliminating non-words and weak phrases that take up space but dilute your statements.

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How to Write a Funding Application

How to Write a Funding Application

We all know that you can work for the greatest organization in the world, doing the most amazing things, but if your fundraising application is poorly written, you aren’t going to get the funds. Here are 7 ways an editing tool can improve your writing and ultimately increase your bottom line.

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Editing for Screenwriters with ProWritingAid

Editing for Screenwriters with ProWritingAid

Working on your latest script? In this article, we cover how to use ProWritingAid within Final Draft to improve your writing.

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How to Avoid Jargon in Your Business Writing

How to Avoid Jargon in Your Business Writing

Writing clear and effective copy doesn't have to be difficult. In fact, dropping the jargon and finding a simpler way to put things is often the key to great copy.

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Simile vs Metaphor: How to Use Figurative Language

Simile vs Metaphor: How to Use Figurative Language

Confused by similes and metaphors? Find out the difference, along with common mistakes to avoid when using them in your writing.

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Why Your Sloppy Writing Might be Sabotaging Your Business

Why Your Sloppy Writing Might be Sabotaging Your Business

Consider the content on your website and in your blog posts, the product descriptions in your eCommerce store, your lead generation pieces, and your emails. Every word makes an impression on your customers and prospects. Small businesses with remote workers around the world don't have a brick-and-mortar shop. So the face you put forward in your content should represent your company well.

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Tips on Line and Copy Editing

Tips on Line and Copy Editing

Literary agents are the gatekeepers of the publishing world. Their verdict on a five-page submission can make or break an author’s dreams. It’s critical to ensure your submission catches an agent’s eye and doesn’t immediately get passed upon.

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10 Mistakes you are making with your grammar and how to fix them.

10 Mistakes you are making with your grammar and how to fix them.

An editing tool checks for writing issues that go far beyond mere grammar problems.

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FREE EBOOK: 20 Editing Tips from Professional Writers

FREE EBOOK: 20 Editing Tips from Professional Writers

This practical guide contains 20 important writing tips and techniques from a wide range of professional writers. Some focus on the minutia of specific word selection; others focus on the more complex ideas like finding the right metaphor, policing your work for Purple Prose, or figuring out when it’s time to send it off to potential publishers.

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All About the 25 ProWritingAid Reports

All About the 25 ProWritingAid Reports

ProWritingAid analyzes your writing and presents its findings in 25 different reports. Each user will have their own writing strengths and weaknesses and so different reports will appeal to different people. Remember, all the software can do is highlight potential pitfalls in your writing. It's up to you, the writer, to decide which suggestions work within your specific context, and which ones should be ignored.

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How to Identify Redundancy and Pleonasms In Your Words

How to Identify Redundancy and Pleonasms In Your Words

Pleonasms are common in speech but should be avoided at all costs. Do you have what it takes to diagnose and eliminate them from your writing?

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Why an Editing Tool is Like a Hovering Librarian

Why an Editing Tool is Like a Hovering Librarian

Imagine a kindly, bespectacled woman with fresh, minty breath hovering over your shoulder as you pour words out on the screen. Her critical task is to help you make every word choice the best and to guide you to clearer, more concise sentences. She has your literary best interests at heart.

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How to Improve Your Style with ProWritingAid's Writing Style Report

How to Improve Your Style with ProWritingAid's Writing Style Report

Do you know all the ways to edit your work for better readability and a clearer writing style? ProWritingAid's Writing Style Report checks for a multitude of improvements you can make to strengthen and clarify your writing. Let’s look deeper at this most popular and comprehensive report.

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