How I write quality content Part 2
Before I get started, I want to say that this is wrapping together a couple of other trainings that I have done before. Now although I do believe this one will be able to stand on its own, if you would like to go over the other trainings to get the full experience of this one, you can do so here.
How I Write Quality Content
Now, to jump into the training on this tutorial.
Grammar, spelling, and punctuation do matter in your writing. Those are about making something that flows easily and smoothly for your readers to get through and enjoy.
Note: I do understand that some people on WA aren't native to speaking English and that is ok, but having proper English is important. I do understand (I have studied other languages) that other types of languages don't use what I call "filler" words as much or if at all.
For example, Ni Hao (Pronounced Knee How) is Chinese for a greeting. It literally translates to "You, good." People who speak English don't talk blocky like that. They say, "How are you doing?" "Are you good?" "You doing ok?"
Don't talk like you text. If you want to stand out from the crowd you want to be able to let people know that you can talk about what you are discussing as well. No one wants to see a "la8er" instead of the word later.
Think of it like this, would the top people in your industry care about their spelling and how it sounded on paper? If they would, you should. Most of us know Jack Canfield, T.D. Jakes, Tony Robbins. Do they care about the look and polish of their content? You betcha! So you should too.