To a writer, the terms ‘proofreading’ and ‘editing’ are two vastly different concepts. To anyone else, the two words can, and often are, be used interchangeably. While the two do cross over from time to time, when used in their proper context, they play two different roles in writing. When a … [Read more...] about Editing vs Proofreading – What’s the Difference?
A verb is a vital part of any sentence; in fact, it is impossible to craft a sentence without a verb. That's because verbs express action. Without a verb nothing happens—your sentence won't get off the ground. When people think of verbs they think of simple action verbs: to walk, to run, to swim, … [Read more...] about What is a Verb?
It's easy to see why online writers largely underrate the art of creating awesome headlines. So much effort has to be placed on researching content, keywords and target audience that writing the copy begins to seem like a mammoth task. Blog writers are often under pressure to pump out several … [Read more...] about Tools to Create Awesome Headlines
Grammar geekery isn’t sexy. It isn’t sleek or smooth or prestigious. Hell, sometimes quasi-interesting is overstepping the mark when it comes to the realm of adverbs, pronouns and conjunctions. But, as someone who churns out copy for a living, let me tell you: grammar is but a teeny-tiny component … [Read more...] about Grammar Tips: The Most Commonly Misused Words (Part One)