It doesn't make Rich Levy different that he is constantly connected to his customers, prospects, and business associates by social media and email. Everyone today is plugged in and online through their computers, tablets, and smartphones. Being successful means staying connected.
What makes Levy different is that all his communications are run through an assistant that checks them for linguistic accuracy, spelling, brevity, and lucidity.
Who is this extravagant tycoon who can afford a personal grammar guru to mind his Ps and Qs? Some sort of self-absorbed syntax snob? Not at all.
Mr. Levy discovered a new breakthrough in email editing technology that employs real, human editors to promptly and proficiently review all of his outgoing emails.
The service is actually an extension for Gmail account that allows users to send outgoing emails to the editors, who work 24/7 every day of the year. In very short order, the reviewed and revised content is deposited as a draft into the user’s account. The whole process is seamless and swift.
Levy commented recently that not only does Wordzen make him appear more eloquent and articulate than the average email writer, it has given him a real edge in several business negotiations. “I can directly attribute several deals going my way because of the tone and clarity of my emails, and that is a credit to Wordzen,” he said. “In fact, in one transaction I actually saved about ten thousand dollars because an email was so well-written to favor my position. It’s been simply invaluable.”
It’s easy to install Wordzen. People should visit www.wordzen.com to sign up, download the plug-in, and start sounding super smart. The service is free right now, but sometime in the future, there will likely be a reasonable monthly charge.
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