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Capital Letters and Compass Directions: Point the Right Way Writers get over-enthusiastic about using capital letters. Errors show up alarmingly often in writing about compass directions. We straighten you out here.
Misusing Capital Letters: The Story of “The” We take a closer look at capitalization rules, especially when applied to the smallest and busiest adjectives in English: the articles.
How Doctors Can Write Exceptional Content Online What makes GREAT content? How can you write content like an expert? This blog post will tell you exactly what you need to be thinking about and doing when you're creating content!
You Can Do Better When Creating Professional Content Writing When content writers develop bad usage habits, communication breaks down. Rid yourself of these six bad habits before your content breeds discontent.
Content Writing Word Choices: Are You Missing the Mark? Using words with precision is the hallmark of the skilled poet, novelist, and content writer. We offer cautionary remarks about careful diction choices.
Coordinate and Cumulative Adjectives Want to achieve clarity in your content writing when using a series of adjectives? Learn here about when you need commas to separate the words.
How the Hyphen Is Used…and Misused Using punctuation correctly is essential for producing website content that impresses your audience. Today, we look at the hyphen.
The Checkers Speech: Proofreading Software Can software substitute for human judgment in catching grammar and spelling errors? Sure it can—but maybe it shouldn’t. We explain the secret hazards here.
Using Relative Pronouns in Website Content: “Who” and “Whom” Our series on using relative pronouns correctly when writing website content continues with a discussion of ‘that,’ ‘who,’ and ‘whom.’
Why Do I Need Writers and Editors for My Website Content? You know how to read and write, so why should you hire people to create your web content? Find out why both writers and editors are vital to your business.
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