By John Bardoel, of Bardoel & Associates
WordRake Software Trusted by Hotel Marketing Application Provider, buuteeq, as a “Must-have” Editing Tool for Writers and Marketing Professionals
Case Study by Brandon Dennis of Buuteeq
Read Law Technology News tech editor Sean Doherty’s WordRake review. He calls WordRake the first “program where I got a return on my investment the same day I used it.”
Learn about Luigi Benetton from TechnoZen’s experience learning WordRake when he used it to edit his old articles.
Listen to LawBiz’s Ed Poll and WordRake founder Gary Kinder’s conversation about everyone’s three vocabularies and how those vocabularies affect email.
Finally there is a solution for the unfortunately unedited email. WordRake Holdings, LLC announces today the launch of its new software application: WordRake® for Outlook.
WordRake Holdings Launches WordRake 2, the Next Generation of Its Revolutionary Professional Editing Software
SEATTLE - Today, technology companyWordRake Holdings, LLCannounced official release of WordRake 2, the new version of its popular editing software for professionals. A major leap ahead in capability and compatibility, WordRake 2 will benefit the company’s large client base, which now includes thousands of law firms, corporations, government agencies, and universities.
Bujold P.C. Lawyers – Tax Advisors is an Atlantic Canada law firm with an office in Moncton, New Brunswick. For more than 36 years now, we’ve focused exclusively on helping taxpayers understand tax rules and avoid paying more than required. Since we need tools that support our hands-on, focused approach to practising law, I often research the latest technology on the market.
By Roberta Johnson, Director, Office of Student Financial Aid, Iowa State University
As the Director of the Office of Financial Aid at Iowa State University, I write quite a bit, creating anything from short memos to annual reports. I had seen the WordRake software website, and even though I thought it was just for lawyers, I was interested in it enough to try it.
In Ari Kaplan’s Reinventing Professionals podcast, he and WordRake creator Gary Kinder talk about how to identify words that clutter writing, just like WordRake does.