Santa Clara, California – December 2, 2013  Acrolinx announced today that EContent magazine selected Acrolinx for their 2013-2014 list of top 100 digital content companies.

Acrolinx helps organizations create content that builds customer relationships through language that’s warmer, simpler, and easier to understand. The company’s content optimization software guides authors by flagging problems that affect readability, consistency, tone of voice, and findability.

“In 2013, our task was to narrow down the ever expanding list of important players in the digital content industry to a mere 100 companies that matter most, a task that is becoming harder every year,” said Theresa Cramer, editor of EContent. “Consequently, the companies that do make up our list can be sure that they are in good company—and that next year, there will be a new crop of companies biting at their heels. This is great for the industry, and exciting for those of us who cover the space.”

The EContent 100 List can be seen at and in the December 2013 issue of EContent.

Andrew Bredenkamp, founder and president of Acrolinx, said, “We’re proud to be selected for the EContent 100 for the second year in a row. As a provider of software that helps companies build better relationships through better language, we play a nearly unique role in the digital content industry. And it’s exciting to be on the same list with companies like Adobe, Apple, Google, SDL and Sitecore.”

About EContent
EContent is a leading authority on the businesses of digital publishing, media, and marketing, targeting executives and decision-makers in these fast-changing markets. By covering the latest tools, strategies, and thought-leaders in the digital content ecosystem, EContent magazine and keep professionals ahead of the curve in order to maximize their investment in digital content strategies while building sustainable, profitable business models. For subscription information visit information about advertising,

About Acrolinx
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