Can you start a sentence with But or And, or end a sentence with a preposition? Is it acceptable to split infinitives, or to write in first person? Uncover all that and more writing myths, in this infographic.
Know what exactly plagiarism is? In this infographic we’re addressing everything you need to know about plagiarism, along with a set of easy-to-apply, practical tips to avoid future troubles with plagiarism.
It’s time to put a halt on catchall exclamations and broad intensifiers, so ambiguous and overused that they really don’t mean anything anymore. Here are 14 examples of words that you might want to use less.
Find out how to write a clean, tidy, and effective cover letter. This infographic will guide you step by step through the process of picking the right format, give tips on how to organize and enhance it, and tell you what to include and what not.
Do you know how to use transition words? In this infographic, you’ll not only find out what they are and when to use them, but also get to see a list of common, useful and powerful transitional expressions.
Take our list of overused words and phrases as a reminder to use them less often, or stop using them altogether; Because sometimes, the words we say don’t mean much. This infographic highlights 44 such terms, so nondescript and ubiquitous that many barely even notice their meaningless existence.
Do you know how to join two independent clauses, when to use commas to separate a nonrestrictive or introductory phrase, or how to make the subject and verb agree with each other? If you don’t, take a look at these 11 essential grammar rules.
Repeating the word “said” too often can get annoying. Here are 222 words to use instead. Not all of them are synonyms but alternatives that can be used to give more color and expression to your writing. Use them with discretion as some words only apply to certain situations.
Blogging and commenting is a lot like marketing. You’re trying to convince someone with your opinion or certain facts. You want to be taken seriously. But is that possible if your post is full of writing mistakes? This infographic lists 18 common errors and explains how you can fix them.
This is a visual list of 111 alternatives for the word ‘Great’. Take a look at this infographic to see 111 of the best, most creative synonyms and similar expressions for the popular adjective ‘Great’.
Do you know the most common writing mistakes bloggers make on a regular basis? Find out more about run-on sentences, comma splices, dangling modifiers, that vs. which, your vs. you’re, how to use quotes and apostrophes, and more of those easy-to-miss mistakes in this infographic.
Are boring words hurting your writing? Some words, when repetitively used, become boring for the reader. Consider using a synonym instead, which might help convey the meaning more vividly and accurately.
Not everyone in the U.S., Canada, Australia, or the UK writes perfect English. In this infographic we had a look at some of the most common writing mistakes that even English native speakers frequently make.
No matter if essay or sales copy, persuading your readers to agree with you can help convert them into paying customers or get you a higher grade for your next essay. Have a look at this infographic to find out how to maximize your persuasiveness and how to use it for your own benefits.
There are certain comma errors keep popping up. Here we cover the most common ones: the comma splice, the interrupter rule, the serial comma, interchangeable adjectives, introductory words, and the notorious dependant clause at the start of a sentence.
Need a great essay topic? One that polarizes people, one that is debatable and argumentative? You’ve come to the right place! This infographic lists ten controversial issues that work for essays in 2016 and beyond.
Even native English writers have been caught screwing up these words and phrases, which spell check often can’t find. Idioms, homonyms, or words that sound alike, often present as an obstacle in comprehending words. Have a look at these 33 commonly misunderstood expressions!
Need to write an essay but can’t decide on a topic? Don’t know how to start and what pitfalls to avoid? What makes a good essay anyway? In this infographic, we’ve compiled a list of essential “must-know” tips to supercharge your essay writing skills.
Nobody can stand weak words. And neither can you. This infographic will help you identify and replace weak, meaningless words with stronger ones. You’ll be surprised how a few simple word replacements can change the impact of your text completely.
Thinking of writing a book, struggle with getting started, keeping momentum, or finishing in time? Writing productively in a commercial setting is crucial for your success, and helps tremendously with tight deadlines. In this infographic we’ve compiled a list of the most inspiring quotes from those best-selling authors that were critically and commercially successful with their own work. Enjoy!
Ever wondered what the secret ingredients are to writing a book that people love to read? How is it that some writers are able to make a living from their passion and others aren’t? Is finding the right publisher the key to unlocking the success of a novel? Have a look at this infographic and find out what we’ve discovered on our journey to find the answer to these questions.
What makes a good essay? This infographic will teach you, step-by-step, how to write a great essay, the pitfalls to avoid and golden rules to obey, and the most common stylistic mistakes. Better bookmark this now for your next essay!
Not only for journalists, this infographic is a must-read for anyone writing on a daily basis. It highlights the most common mistakes, what readers are put off by, consequences of grammatical mistakes in publications, and includes tips on how to make your writing better.
Ever wondered what the most common grammar mistakes are that bloggers make? Run-on sentences, punctuation, or maybe use of wrong tenses? This infographic highlights common blog post writing errors and blogging facts.
Here some of the most controversial topics for 2014. If you need an idea or inspiration for an essay, have a look at our infographic and (please) share it with your fellow students or colleagues! Thank you.