Are you walking the walk and talking the talk?

Last Update: May 28, 2014

I have found that we all don't walk the walk & and talk the talk. I see it all the time. Misspelled words.

Yes, we live in a very fast paced world and the demand for our time grows each day. But folks come on! We all have spell check. We all see that our words are not spelled correctly on the computer screen. Yet we still submit our work as if no body will notice.

Even our founders and the lesson provided can have misspelled words or missing words. Sorry Kyle and Carson but yes it is true. Even when we chat there are misspellings. Look I don't want to guess what you may be saying I want to know.

Yes, it has become the norm and yes we fill in the words that are missing and spell the words correctly in our mind. But here is the thing. We are all supposed to be professional in our website. So we can drive traffic to our sites.

So why don't we project that in everything we do? Let's all take a deep breath, slow down on our writing and pay attention to the red lines under the misspelled words. If we are to walk the walk and talk the talk, then we all need to recheck ourselves before we press send or save and publish.

Yes, I am sure I have many myself in some of my articles. Look all I am saying is let's look and reread everything before we send it out to the world. To judge us on our work alone is not what we want. We want to show people that we do know what we are writing and we are professional when it comes to our sites.

So please people let's put a stop to this now. End the madness of filling in words and respelling words correctly. Remember an impression can go a long way and it all starts by looking professional from the beginning the end.

I am sure I will get a lot of misspellings in the comments but that only goes to prove my point. Let's clean up our act and maybe that will translate to more traffic and more sells.

Sincerely,

Danny

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Pio Premium
Totally agree.
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Karyskis Premium
Good reminder!!!
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success2010 Premium
Thank you
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gracesystem Premium
Amen
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success2010 Premium
Thanks
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vhamilton Premium
Yeah, when there is a paragraph this huge I never finish reading them.
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success2010 Premium
I would leave you with a super long paragraph but you would miss the point like you did here:p
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DarleneJones Premium
Huge running paragraphs with no commas are a turn off too :P. But I get the drift
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mackiejw Premium
Yea, finally someone understanding the importance of commas.
John
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success2010 Premium
Sorry I am not very good on when to use them. How can you read any novels with long paragraphs? This is my point we are so caught up in I want it now lifestyle. Our attention span is gone. I would go on but I am sure you would not read any more because you think it is too long. :p
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success2010 Premium
Sorry John, See if you went ahead and gave me constructive feedback that would have been great!,,,,,,,, here is a few for next time.
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mackiejw Premium
Hi Danny, my comment was not in regards to your post per se, rather a remark to Darlene Jones's.

Commas are the forgotten step children of US English writing. Since I am fluent in German and know the grammar, I carry 2 suitcases with commas around.

That was my point, actually.

I apologize if I offended you

John
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success2010 Premium
No problem
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DarleneJones Premium
Some of us have a short attention span for reasons other than laziness. Some of us, our brains work differently. Here we ARE taught to break up long paragraphs into smaller ones to make to flow better, and easy on the eyes. If I see huge paragraphs in a novel (yes I do read A LOT) or a website, I can't stay interested long.
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