Grammarly continues its “Write The Future” ad campaign with a new spot, aiming to highlight that Grammarly could help you make a good first impression.
The spot features a young man writing an e-mail to his future team, announcing them he will start on Monday as the new VP of Analytics. As we writes down his thoughts, he’s seen using Grammarly, that makes corrections and recommendations like using an article, removing a comma where unnecessary, change the pronoun if the case (in this sentence: “Let me know if you have any restaurant recommendations for my wife and I.”), and provide a list of synonyms. Finally, he asks his wife to take a look and she states it’s “perfect”.
The spot ends with the man entering his new office and meeting his colleagues, and with the tagline “Write The Future”.