I don’t know if it’s me or my mind, but every time I sit down to write or read a new article, I have to add a correction. It’s like I’ve got a billion thoughts going on inside. So I thought I’d share a few of the things I’ve changed in our last correction week.
First, I fixed a spelling error in our article.
Second, we fixed a typo on our article.
We also fixed a few grammatical errors.
The most important thing to do when writing is think. And that doesnt just mean think about what you are saying, but think about how you want it to sound. And that means thinking about it in a way that you can read it. That means your writing should be clear, concise, and to the point.
No one writes with perfection, but we all strive to get our articles and reviews on point. And by that I mean that we strive to be 100% accurate. Even if our reviews are more fun and witty than anything else. So if we want to get our reviews on point, we need to write the way we want them to read.
If you want a review on point that has no mistakes, try writing the way you want it to read. Or, to put it another way, be as clear as possible. And by that I mean that your writing should be written so that you know to look, read, and understand what you’re reviewing. If that isn’t clear enough, try looking it up online and reading a few articles. Or just ask a question.
The only time you are allowed to edit or delete an article is when you have no time or space for it to be posted. I don’t think that’s a good thing, but it’s pretty common to have your review turned off and you might want to delete it. If you’re the kind of person that doesn’t have that luxury, then make sure you’re not using it.
You might think being allowed to edit the article, only being able to delete it if you have no time or space for it, and not giving the article more attention than it deserves is a good thing, but it isnt a good thing when someone has to get rid of it without giving you the ability to edit it.
I think one of the worst things I read in this past week was that an article on the internet that showed up on our site and then disappeared was that a review had been made by someone who had no access to our website. This person did in fact go on our site, and had access to our page, and did in fact review the article. It was just that the review was already taken down, and thus never showed up on our site in the first place.