• The Best Grammar Checker for Blogs, Emails, Mobile and Social Media

      If you’ve been a reader of MarTech for a while, you know I could use quite a bit of help in the editorial department. It’s not that I don’t care about spelling and grammar, I do. The problem is more of a habitual one. For years, I’ve been writing and publishing our articles on the fly. They don’t go through multiple steps of approval – they’re researched, written and published.

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    • Even seasoned writers get semicolon rules wrong

      Do not use semicolons. They are transvestite hermaphrodites representing absolutely nothing. All they do is show you’ve been to college. — Kurt Vonnegut Unfortunately, semicolons have a bad rap. Many writers are confused about their usage, but they are often the best choice. A semicolon can help clarify the construction of a sentence.

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  • Brands can avoid one big mistake newspapers are making

    … basics — spelling, grammar and punctuation. Bad spelling and grammar can cost you business Not the high-end stuff. I think it’s OK to end a sentence with a preposition if you want to. I mean the kind of stuff a subeditor, or a proofreader, used to fix; the simple things the public expects a newspaper to get right. It seems every week someone I…

    Lush Digitalin Content- 14 readers -