“The most frequent response we hear from writers who try WordRake? ‘I can’t believe I didn’t see that!’”
Imagine if everyone who read your writing understood and embraced your message. That’s possible with WordRake. Communicate clearly with sophisticated clients, inquisitive readers, and the general public. No matter your audience, WordRake will help.
WordRake can make any document or email clearer, shorter, and better. It’s automated in-line editing software for professionals and it’s available for Mac or Windows.
Our mission is to help professionals write clearly and concisely. With one-click editing available in Microsoft Word and Outlook, all communication can get right to the point.
Our Guiding Principle
Every word not conveying meaning detracts from every word trying to convey meaning. When you remove the unnecessary words, you allow the others to capture your reader.
Our Commitment to You
Our dedication to directness extends to our business principles and how we deliver our software.
1. We are committed to transparent and fair pricing for everyone. We don’t add extra charges or hidden fees for our corporate customers. All prices and discounts may be viewed on our standard purchase page or our enterprise page.
2. We respect your confidential information. WordRake does not rely on user-reported data or machine learning because it never communicates with the cloud and never tracks usage. We value your privacy and will never track your usage, record your documents, or sell your information.
Our Community of Users
Writing should be clear and succinct whatever its purpose. Though WordRake was conceived as software for editing legal writing, it has been embraced across all industries. Thousands of lawyers, editors, executives, doctors, marketers, and other sophisticated writers from AMLAW 100 firms, Fortune 500 companies, and government agencies have been using WordRake since 2012. Most of our biggest customers renew. Read our testimonials.
WordRake founder Gary Kinder has taught over 1,000 writing programs and is a New York Times bestselling author. As a writing expert and coach, Gary was inspired to create WordRake when he noticed a pattern in writing errors that he thought he could address with technology. That inspiration became the WordRake software, backed by 11 U.S. Patents. Read more about Gary’s story.