Examples of Clichés and Redundancies to Avoid in Your Writing

Examples of Clichés and Redundancies to Avoid in Your Writing

In this article, we explain how to use ProWritingAid's Clichés and Redundancies report.

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How to use ProWritingAid's Sentence Length Report

How to use ProWritingAid's Sentence Length Report

Varied sentence length is an important feature of good writing. To maintain your readers’ interest, use a variety of sentence lengths: some short and punchy, others long and flowing. The late Gary Provost illustrated it best. Click through to see how.

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How to Use ProWritingAid's Chapter Bar

How to Use ProWritingAid's Chapter Bar

Have you tried ProWritingAid's chapter bar yet? We explain how to use it.

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How to Use ProWritingAid's Writing Styles

How to Use ProWritingAid's Writing Styles

ProWritingAid makes it easy for you to set the style of writing for your document and receive custom suggestions that make sense for your work's context. In this article, we'll explain how changing your writing style settings alters the suggestions you'll get when using our editing tool.

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How to Use the ProWritingAid Dialogue Check

How to Use the ProWritingAid Dialogue Check

Dialogue is how your readers learn characters’ thoughts and sometimes their personality traits. The key to effective dialogue is to manage your use of dialogue tags. In this article, we explain how to use ProWritingAid's Dialogue Tag check.

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Track Your Progress With Personalized Writing Reports From ProWritingAid

Track Your Progress With Personalized Writing Reports From ProWritingAid

Have you ever wondered how your writing and editing compares from week to week? Now you can track your work with our personalized progress reports!

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ProWritingAid has more features than AutoCrit for less money

ProWritingAid has more features than AutoCrit for less money

How does ProWritingAid stack up against online editing tool AutoCrit? We've carried out direct comparisons according to a number of criteria. Spoiler alert: ProWritingAid offers more levels of writing analysis than AutoCrit and costs less!

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Why bestselling author Joanna Penn prefers ProWritingAid to Grammarly

Why bestselling author Joanna Penn prefers ProWritingAid to Grammarly

Bestselling author Joanna Penn shows how she's using ProWritingAid and why it beats Grammarly for fiction authors.

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It's Editing Week: Here's What You Can Get

It's Editing Week: Here's What You Can Get

Come celebrate Editing Week with us! This week, we've teamed up with editing powerhouses Fictionary and First Editing to help authors better understand the three key phases of the editing journey.

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How to get started with the ProWritingAid Ms Word and Outlook add-in

How to get started with the ProWritingAid Ms Word and Outlook add-in

Want to use the ProWritingAid MS Word and Outlook add-in? Here's where to start.

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Make It Easier For People to Understand Your Writing

Make It Easier For People to Understand Your Writing

In this article, we explain how to use several key ProWritingAid reports to make your work clear and effective.

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Want a Free License? Write a ProWritingAid Review and We'll Send You One

Want a Free License? Write a ProWritingAid Review and We'll Send You One

Want to get one year of ProWritingAid Premium for free? Review us on your blog or YouTube channel and we'll send you a license straight away!

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How to Make Your Content Readable

How to Make Your Content Readable

Great content is easy to read, concise, and informative. Learn how readability engages readers and improves search engine optimization.

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How to Use ProWritingAid's Consistency Check

How to Use ProWritingAid's Consistency Check

If inconsistencies plague your writing, your work can seem unpolished and unprofessional. ProWritingAid helps find and identify such errors automatically.

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How to Use ProWritingAid's Sticky Sentences Report

How to Use ProWritingAid's Sticky Sentences Report

A sticky sentence is one that is full of glue words. Glue words are the empty space that readers need to get through before they can get to your ideas. If your sentences contain more than 45% glue words, they should probably be re-written to increase clarity. Here's how and why.

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