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Blog proof reading tips

When writing a blog it will come to no surprise that you should always check your posts to make sure that there is no mistakes which could make your posts look unprofessional. In this post i will go over the top 4 tips for proof reading your blog.

 

1.Come back

When blogging people usually proof read and publish there posts straight away. Instead of doing this you should save your post as a draft then you can come back to it later and re read it again to see how it sounds. By doing this you can see how it will sound to someone else who will come to read your blog.

2.Ask someone to help

Rereading your blog over and over again is going to get you no where if you do not have a sharp eye for mistakes. This is a great way to make sure you are not naturally ignoring any mistakes.

3.Read aloud

This is one of the best ways to proof read your work. Instead of running though your posts in your head, read them aloud and see how they would sound if other people were reading them out.

4.Use a spell and grammar checker

This is one of the easiest and fastest ways to proof read your work and can spot most mistakes. However not all of them, this is why you must make sure that us also use alternative methods to check your posts.

5.Print out your posts

When reading your posts on a computer screen your eyes may not spot all the mistakes. You should print it out in a different color on to a piece of paper and then proof read. This way you can easily use a pen to mark out mistakes so that you can quickly correct them if needed.

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