Grammar Mistake

Grammar Mistake

Writing a blog can be an excellent way to promote products or services, propagate outstanding concepts about your preferred subjects or just have fun showing off things about your life. If you are not sure how to set up a good blog and develop a devoted audience, continue on to find some guidance on starting out in the blogging universe.

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Look for a niche market. Take time to think about what you want to create and your blog will look. It has to be something you are enthusiastic about, otherwise it won’t be something you will keep up with. The more distinguishing you can get, the better. You can also change it around later, but starting out you need to discover a topic that you can devote your sole focus to.

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Improve all your content for search engines, making sure that search phrases are about the topic headline and recurring at least once every 150 terms in the main written content. You can also include pictures to grab the attention of the readers, since internet does tend to focus on good relevant images. Spend time to research the keywords that will bring traffic to your blog. It is important to stay up to date with all the latest trends to know what will bring visitors to your site.

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Use appropriate sentence structure and good composing technique. Poor grammar can take away from your credibility. While we all wish what we have to say is more essential than some silly grammar mistake, the fact is some people will not register or link to your website if you many silly writing errors on your blog.

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Regularly updating your blog with useful content is the first thing to gaining a viewing audience. The material you create is what will keep visitors returning for more. Create interesting content often to sustain their attention and keep them devoted. Furthermore, publish frequently to improve the variety of information you have which helps your blog to be seen by the search engines.

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Communicate with your visitors. You should give visitors the chance to voice their opinions about your content. Communicating with your blog visitors is an amazing way to interact with your readers while making them feel they are contributing and a part of your site. People will be more likely to bookmark your blog and look forward to reading it if you provide a way for them to interact.

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Use lots of high quality links to bring in additional visitors. Links are one of the most highly effective areas of your website. Linking allows your blog to be seen by other blog writers who are likely to examine the websites that are connecting to them. This may cause them to become new visitors of your website or to add links to your website from theirs.

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Writing a blog doesn’t have to be challenging. It’s really all about providing material that your viewers will value. So, implement these simple ideas that were presented here, and soon you will be able to set up a blog that is worthy of attracting many visitors.

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    • Sonicgood03
    • December 14, 2013
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    What Grammar Mistakes Are In This Sentence? Here is the sentence.
    “For example; if someone knocks on your door and is very dirty with holes in their shirt, odds are you will not feel very inclined to open the door even thought you do not know a single thing about their personality or why they knocked on your door in the first place.”
    Please point out any grammar mistakes, comma splices, or just anything in general. Thanks!

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      • Admin
      • December 14, 2013
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      If Lauren is a writing tutor, God help the English language.

      If a dirty person wearing a tattered shirt knocks on your door, the odds are you will not want to admit him, even though you know nothing about his personality, nor his reason for knocking.

      If you need the “for example”, then you want a comma; not a semicolon.

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    • Norb6672
    • January 2, 2014
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    How Many Years Does An Average College Degree Takes To Finish It? Give me examples if you can. Thank you!

    Another thing: if you find any grammar mistake in my words, please let me know…

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      Grammar help:

      On average, how long does it take to achieve an undergraduate degree in _______? -that sounds better and is correct.

      Depends on a lot of things: If you stick to a major all four years, summer courses, what subject, your grades, etc…

      Usually 4 to 5 years.
      Good Luck

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    • Something's Wrong!
    • January 3, 2014
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    I Am In Community College My Grammar And Is Terrible What Can I Do? I dont know how i passed both college english courses. I got a d once and then i retook the class and got a B and then a C on the second class.

    I english classes (middle and high school) we mostly wrote about books, and the teachers would discard grammar mistakes because the students were equally clueless. I dont remember ever learning about the do’s and don’ts. I feel like college hasn’t helped me and i should learn on my own. I have no clue where to start, and i feel that writing is a reflection of your intelligence.

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      Go to your English professor and explain to him/her your problem with grammar. They may be able to help you, my question is why you didn’t learn how to use proper grammar in a sentence before. I learned how to use grammar properly in a sentence from kindergarten through 8th grade. I’m still learning it and am currently in High School. I didn’t go to a private school either, so maybe the public school teachers in your district are all uneducated.

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    • Runjohnray
    • January 16, 2014
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    How Do I Get #1 Ranking On A Search Engine Without Paying? I would like to get top ranking on search engines like yahoo and google. What is the best way to do it? I do not want to pay some service for this.

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      We got to the top of the search engine without paying anyone. My website is #2 (and sometimes #1) out of 6.14 billion websites for the very competitive keyword “home business” (after Entrepreneur.com). And we rank #1 for many of our other keywords.

      I followed Brett Tabke’s (of WebmasterWorld.com) advice in his Successful Site in 12 Months with Google Alone: 26 steps to 15k a day post http://www.webmasterworld.com/forum3/2010.htm . I find this to be the most succinct, most effective and most comprehensive of all articles written on getting to the top of the search engines.

      The Yahoo section of WebmasterWorld.com has the best tips in terms of ranking in Yahoo.

      If you could follow each of the advice listed, I assure you that you can start improving your search engine rankings in no time. It is not easy, but it can be done.

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    • Nikitha Jain
    • February 1, 2014
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    Examples For Importance Of Niche Marketing?

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      Micromarketing/niche marketing.
      Concentrating all marketing efforts on a small but specific and well defined segment of the population. Niches are ‘created’ by identifying needs, wants, and requirements that are being addressed poorly or not at all by other firms, and developing and delivering goods or services to satisfy them. As a strategy, niche marketing is aimed at being a big fish in a small pond instead of being a small fish in a big pond.
      ESPN uses niche marketing to get viewers in their TV Channel.
      Niche marketing provides a frame work by which retailers can enhance operational capabilities in cutting costs and can increase total sales revenue.

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    • Steph
    • February 2, 2014
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    How Many Search Engines Are There? Self explanitory…..how many search engines are there?

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      HOW MANY SEARCH ENGINES ARE THERE ?
      If you google this phrase you will get the similar reply from every where, that “It depends on how do you count”, and it really depends on how do you count, what type of search engines you include, which types you exclude, do you include site search as search engines ( almost every blog has a search feature ), and do you include topic wise searches or not..
      Still if you want to know about general purpose search engines, their count will be in thousands. but only top 5 or so matters.
      GOOGLE, YAHOO, BING(MSN AND LIVE), ASK, AOL, ALTAVISTA, ALLTHEWEB are some major ones and they cover more than 95% of total searches made all over the world.

      However there is a Good website that you will like. It is a directory of search engines..
      http://www.searchenginecolossus.com/

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    • Lau
    • February 4, 2014
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    Does A Search Engine Spider…? – Download the text of web pages for a search engine

    or

    – store all information for the search engine?

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      When a search engine crawls a page it checks for relevancy between the meta tags in the head of the page, and it’s connection to actual text within that same page. It also checks the links to other pages and crawls them for the same information.
      If you have a meta tag that defines the page, and then no text to match that tag, it will not keep that information due to the lack of relevancy. Meta tags and keywords can be a bit confusing, but they are exactly what the search ingines use when crawling a site. The only info stored by the search engine is the Title and Description as well as the link to how to get to that site. Hope this helps

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    • Sanjana Shing
    • February 11, 2014
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    What Is Niche Marketing?

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      • Admin
      • February 11, 2014
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      “Niche” means a small portion of total buyers. Therefore niche marketing means marketing done keeping a small portion of total buyers in mind. For example, if a company launches a product for left-handed boys, it can be called a niche product.

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    • Tonberry79
    • February 19, 2014
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    What Are Some Interesting Search Engines? I’m looking for any interesting search engines that take a more innovative approach to web searches than then traditional ones (like google, yahoo, msn, bing, dogpile, etc.).

    I’m making a pretty big list, so tell me–what search engine(s) do you use?

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      • Admin
      • February 19, 2014
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      http://melzoo.com/
      MelZoo meta search engine, offers “visual previews” of the search results. In other words users will receive much more relevant, quality information. Most existing search engines are not offering this. This major advantage results in a much better user experience.

      http://www.wolframalpha.com/
      Wolfram|Alpha’s long-term goal is to make all systematic knowledge immediately computable and accessible to everyone. It aims to collect and curate all objective data; implement every known model, method, and algorithm; and make it possible to compute whatever can be computed about anything.

      http://www.videosurf.com/
      VideoSurf has taught computers to "see" inside videos to find content in a fast, efficient, and scalable way. Basing its search on visual identification, rather than text only, VideoSurf's computer vision video search engine provides more relevant results and a better experience to let users find and discover the videos they really want to watch.

      http://www.stumbleaudio.com/
      StumbleAudio is a social music discovery site with a mission is to help you find music by new and exciting artists that you would like, rather than play or sell you the hits by known artists that you are "expected" to love.

      http://www.ggoal.com/
      Ggoal is a search engine based on human intelligence, created by users and for users, with the sole aim of offering added value to the web knowledge through the free user-created content.

      http://www.searchme.com/
      Searchme lets you see what you’re searching for. As you start typing, categories appear that relate to your query. Choose a category, and you’ll see pictures of web pages that answer your search. You can review these pages quickly to find just the information you’re looking for, before you click through.

      http://www.evri.com/
      Evri helps users discover related content without searching again. Evri’s technology automates connections between Web content by applying a more human-like understanding of the words on the page.

      http://www.yoozila.com/
      Yoozila is a powerful new search engine. It’s primary purpose is to provide you with relevant results and present them in a fresh web 2.0 beautiful manner. And they don’t just look nice, they’re also easy to use. Among the features of Yoozila you’ll find the Parental Control feature, which you can use to filter adult content, region, file type, license and language filters, to make sure you find exactly what you’re looking for.

      http://www.irazoo.com/
      iRazoo is a user recommended, points driven, search engine. The benefits for using iRazoo:- You get excellent search results.- You get to help further refine iRazoo excellent search results for others as well as benefit from other’s refined search results.- You get points for each search you preform, each website you recommend/not recommend, and each referral you make.- Best of all, you get to exchange your points for fantastic prizes.

      http://www.streakr.com/
      Streakr is new engine lets you search the profiles on the major networks (MySpace, Hi5, Bebo, and Facebook) as well at it's own social network. Discouver, rate and share common interests with other communities around the world.

      http://swagbucks.com/
      Search With swagbucks.com and Redeem Exclusive Prizes at the Swag Store, Just by searching the web.

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    • Tennisgirl
    • March 25, 2014
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    How Would The Elizabethan Audience Have Viewed The Theme Of Corruption In Hamlet? When Marcellus says, “Something is rotten in the state of Denmark,” this refers to the corruption of King Claudius and how this corruption infiltrates everyone around him. However, how would the audience at the time viewing this play have felt about this theme? Answer in terms of the Elizabethan way of thinking (Elizabethan World Picture, Humanism).
    You make some very interesting points, LJ K. I am confused though because i agree in that i think the Elizabethan audience would have loved the double meanings and the intricacy of the plot…however, I read “The Elizabethan World Picture” by Tillyard and this book states that the Elizabethans tried to have a humanistic view of people. In other words, they wished to view all people with dignity and as being rational and able to determine right from wrong. Isn’t Shakespeare going against this view in his theme, and especially in that line?

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      http://www.enotes.com
      Even without being a member at this site, safe link, you can read a great deal about Shakespeare and each of his plays… not all, but, yes, Hamlet. A lot.
      You can also read about Shakespeare’s life and what it was like in his Elizabethan days. You can read a lot.
      To link to his life story, put ‘Shakespeare’s life’ in the search box on the home page there, then when you see “Pages Found” click on # 2 under that. That is a fine, telling, and brief biography on the Bard and who he worked with, married, how he worked, etc.
      You will, if you put ‘Hamlet’ in the search box, also see many links to possible things to read; meaning all are there, some just not available unless you sign up.
      Look to the right, or at things in gray, gray = link.

      Re: my view of Elizabethan thinking, which is only gotten from reading a lot about Shakespeare and from reading a lot of his plays (this one really a lot) I’d say an Elizabethan audience would be delighted by Hamlet. It’s full of double-meanings (‘rotten’ says so much to so many) and a ghost and intrigue and the apparent ‘crazy’ being the only truly intelligent person talking much.
      Horatio is pretty smart, but he can’t help Hamlet, who is, after all, royalty. Hamlet is the one to see through the plot against him involving Rosencrantz and Guildenstern, for example, and neatly turns it against them. He sees too much sometimes. Elizabethans would be likely yelling ‘Kill ’em!’ when Hamlet lets Claudius pray (or seem to) though, again, the same crowd would understand when Hamlet says he won’t kill him then because then Claudius might get to ‘heaven.’
      Heaven forbid!
      And nearly everyone dies at the end… sublime Elizabethan entertainment. Especially because Hamlet is vindicated by his own choice for the next king of Denmark, who arrives in time to be named properly, like any Elizabethan royalty hopes for, and in time to say Hamlet will be given a Prince’s funeral; no pauper or crazy-house stuff for the tragic hero.
      There are laughs, great action, lots to think about (if one is willing to), and a bang-up end. I think the Queen and her subjects loved Hamlet.
      Don’t you?

      ADD: Came back by, read your addition. I don’t think Tillyard means Elizabethan peasantry, who made up the bulk of audiences for plays in those days, plays being then regarded by many ‘royals’ as kind of a low form of entertainment when not put on at court for a small audience. Until one Queen went (sometimes in mufti) to watch Shakespeare’s plays in theaters.
      I do think that queen, and anyone who was listening to all of ‘Hamlet,’ realized Hamlet was never insane at all. That holds up well for me re: ‘humanist, rational,’ etc.
      Court intrigue itself was fraught with peril for many then, as I recall from studies done on it; murder and mayhem not at all unheard of there, especially before, and even after, the Elizabethans and their humanism.
      ‘Rotten’ stuff did happen, no matter what ‘wishes’ were.

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    • Ryan Taylor
    • May 3, 2014
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    Is There Any Grammar Mistakes That Word 2010 Will Not Notice? I am doing a homework paper over sentence fragments, comma splices, and run-on sentences, and i thouht i would use Microsoft Word 2010 as a way to double check my work, but Word 2010 does not seem to be catching anything. Is my work correct or does Word 2010 not catch everything when it comes to correct sentence structure?

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      There are many, many mistakes in grammar that no grammar checking program can catch. That’s why book publishers and magazine still use human editors. The many possible variations of correct usage are just too large to program in every possibility.

      FWIW, besides not catching a lot of errors, grammar check programs also flat things as errors which are correct. They’re a handy tool at most, definitely not to be trusted to make your manuscript error-free.

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