Quality content is more than the message – it also has to be presented in a way that is easy for people to read and understand.
Many people will tell you that the message is more important than spelling or grammar – and it is, but only to a point. A great message is lost if the spelling and grammar are poor.
Last night, I saw a page on a website that shows how important spelling can be – as even one wrong letter can make a big difference.
We make real-estate CD’s. [Business] can also make and host your web site, with promotion as the key fucus.
Using a u instead of an o is not just a typo we can ignore – the new word is too close to another word and that is what now catches our attention – not the original message.
It also changed the reader’s interpretation of the ‘presenting in a unique way’ in the following sentence, creating giggles instead of interest in their professional services.
It comes back to proofreading your work – not just a quick glance or use of a spell check, but a genuine check of what you have written. And the best proof reading is done a day or so after the writing or by another person. The quality of your content will improve through this simple process and maintaining a ‘focus’.
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