Could your weak editing skills be costing you readers? Is it likely that your credibility is being damaged by poor grammar? Errors in writing convey that a writer is not well-educated or does not pay sufficient attention to details; readers often leave a blog when they perceive it to be poorly written, even if the ideas are good.
Stop reader attrition by brushing up your GUMS (grammar, usage, mechanics, and spelling) and gaining some tools to help you make your copy as sharp, clean, and professional as it can be.
[Please bring an example of a typical blog post with you for review and sharing.]
About: Leslie Hancock
Leslie Hancock is a professional writer, college writing professor, and public speaker-