You want to keep your readers engaged with your writing to the end. One way to do this is to use more active voice and less passive voice in your writing.
You wrote something, and it’s good. Good copy might get you noticed, but great copy is more likely to nudge your audience toward conversion.
What’s a participle and how on earth would you know it’s dangling? A quick grammar lesson to help you fix danglers and say what you mean.
Don’t let your readers get distracted from your message by using a word that riles them up. Become familiar with skunked terms.
R u srs? Of course spelling still counts! The key is in its application. Why spelling matters and the value of good writing.
Is it correct to say that someone is “very organized,” as opposed to “very well organized?” If so, is it correct to say “very educated,” or “very trained?”
A cacophony is “a collection of loud, harsh sounds heard all at once.” It’s disharmony. Discord. Dissonance. Noise.
Is it “I couldn’t care less” or “I could care less,” and does the difference matter? The question isn’t as straightforward as it seems.
It can be a challenge to refine your writing. Two books I’ve come across, This Won’t Take But a Minute, Honey and Write Right, can make the process easier.
A modifier is a word or phrase that qualifies a noun or verb. Modifiers should be placed next to the words or phrases they modify. Simple, right? Not quite.