Write a Better Post: Separate Your Inner Writer and Editor

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Many bloggers see the writing of a blog post as a single (albeit very important) job. But you can write more efficiently if the job is divided into two tasks. This article explains how to write a better quality post by separating your ‘inner writer’ and ‘inner editor.’

Punctuation Marks: The Stop Sign and the Park Bench

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Two of the most basic punctuation marks the period and the comma, provide structure to sentences while also controlling the flow of your words. When it comes to pacing, these two punctuation marks act as navigational devices that tell your readers when to come to a complete stop or when to take a short rest before[…]

3 Simple Steps to Successful Proofreading


Great proofreading is important for polished and professional writing. It can help you fix typos, spelling errors, word usage, and punctuation problems. Unfortunately, many people have a hard time finding and fixing all the errors in their work. Remember that proofreading is not the only form of editing that your text should undergo. Before doing some[…]

Further vs. Farther

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While one of the most common language mistakes that English speakers often make is confusing homonyms (words that soon the same but are spelled differently), it can be just as confusing trying to discern between two very similar words that are slightly different. So is the case with “Further and “farther.” So often confused that[…]