GE 256: Max Lytvyn Reveals How He Grew Grammarly to 10M+ Active Daily Users without Funding (podcast)

Grammarly Max Lytvyn

Hey, everyone! In today’s episode, I share the mic with Max Lytvyn, co-founder of Grammarly, a grammar-check program that focuses on clarity and effectiveness of phrasing. Basically, it’s spell-checking on steroids. 
 
Tune in to hear how the idea for Grammarly was born from a plagiarism detection service, how Max took the company from a bootstrapped startup to 10 million daily active users, and how he manages teams in three different time zones.

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Eric Siu (@ericosiu) is the CEO at Single Grain, a digital marketing agency that focuses on paid advertising and content marketing. He contributes regularly to Entrepreneur Magazine, Fast Company, Forbes and more.

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