You may wish to cite Readable as an academic source. For illustration purposes, let's assume you're using the Harvard Referencing System. A link to a website in your bibliography should include:

The author and publishing year
The title of the web page
The date you retrieved the information
A link to the website

You will also likely have in-text references throughout your paper. These include the author's surname and the year of publication, e.g. (Chomsky, 1981).

If you're referencing a particular article on our website, please use the same formatting you would normally with a web article. With '[Readable.com](http://readable.com) by Added Bytes' as the author.

Your results are visible only to you. Therefore, we have export tools available in-app. You can then share your results alongside your essay.

Examples of citation:

'Readable.com by Added Bytes Ltd (CURRENT YEAR). How Readable Is Your Writing? Retrieved (CURRENT DATE) from https://readable.com/ '
(Readable.com, CURRENT YEAR)

If you're still unsure on how to reference a website, please get in touch with your tutor or use your institution's resources.

But, we're always here to help. For any other queries, please don't hesitate to get in touch.
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