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Typography Design Trends 2021

Typography transforms words from mere text to artful communication. So much can be said by the font & type design - from prominent, bold san-serif fonts to delicate serifs.

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Wholistic vs. Holistic: What’s the Difference?

“Wholistic” and “holistic” both relate to holism, a philosophy that the universe and especially living nature is best understood in terms of interacting wholes rather than as a sum of its parts.

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Whoa or woah?

Whoa is the preferred spelling to woah. English speakers use “whoa” or “woah" as an exclamation to stop or slow horses or express alarm, joy, or surprise.

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Traveling vs. Travelling: What’s the Difference?

"Traveling" and "travelling" are both correct. The former is the preferred spelling in American English; the latter is the British spelling.

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How to Write a Synopsis

After completing a novel or a nonfiction manuscript, you'll need to draft a synopsis before you can pitch your book to agents and publishers.

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How to Write a Scholarship Essay

Think of scholarship essays as a short-lived opportunity, since you will no longer be eligible for many of the contests after you graduate.

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How to Write a Rhetorical Analysis

The goal of a person writing a rhetorical analysis is not to persuade or summarize; instead, the author aims to provide an insightful analysis of the rhetorical strategies used in the original work. 

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What is the Abbreviation for Grams?

Do you want to know the abbreviation for the word “grams” in English? You’re in luck!

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The Abbreviation for Pages: What Is It and How Is It Used?

Do you want to know how to abbreviate the word pages?  We’ll be taking a look at the meaning of the word and its abbreviations.

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The Abbreviation for Million: What Is It and How to Use It?

Are you looking for the abbreviation of the word million? Here, we’ll study the word million and explore its meaning, origin, and synonyms.

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Common Phrases

What Does There But for the Grace of God Go I Mean?

Keep reading to learn all about the common idiomatic expression there but for the grace of God go I.

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What Does the Devil Is in the Details Mean?

The devil is in the details… sounds ominous, doesn’t it? Indeed, this idiomatic and proverbial phrase does issue a warning.

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What Does Still Waters Run Deep Mean?

Keep reading to learn all about the idiomatic and proverbial expression still waters run deep.

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About The Word Counter

The Word Counter is a dynamic online tool used for counting words, characters, sentences, paragraphs and pages in real time, along with spelling and grammar checking. Writers leverage it to improve word choice and writing style as well as helping to detect grammar mistakes and plagiarism. Additionally, to assist with public speaking, our tool will accurately estimate speaking time to help with prep for class presentations, wedding speeches, or anything of the sort.

Use The Word Counter by typing directly into the text area above or pasting in your content. Word and character counts will display at the top, any writing mistakes will be underlined and your most frequently used keywords will appear to the right.

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Another utility of The Word Counter specifically designed for copywriters and digital marketers is the ability to track your text length against common web standards like Twitter's tweet character count (140), Google's meta description (300), and Facebook's average post display length (~250). Our tools and suite of offerings is ever evolving. If you see value in a new feature or tool, simply let us know and we will create it! Happy writing!

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