SubmitYourArticle.com Reveals Top Proofreading Tips That Produce Word-Perfect Articles To Better Represent Your Business
The leading article distribution service, SubmitYourArticle.com, releases proofreading tips that really work to create word perfect articles that can then go out and better represent your business.
According to their latest information, the first stage is to create a rough draft, and then to start on the editing by arranging the article into a logical sequence.
The final stage is to do the serious proofreading. By the time an article is finished, all that is left to be done is ensure that everything is spelled correctly and that there are no major grammar issues.
On their article marketing blog, they provide important proofreading tips that produce articles that are word perfect:
They start by saying that, once an author has reached the stage of proofreading he should put the article away for at least 24 hours.
As stated on the blog post itself, “Getting your mind off what you’ve written and then looking at it again as if reading something that you’ve never seen before will help you to spot errors that you would have otherwise overlooked.”
This is a good tip to take on board as, by the time an author starts proofreading, they’ve looked at the article so many times it makes it very difficult to pick up on any errors.
According to their information, another good tip is to read the article backwards, from the last sentence up to the first. By reading out of sequence it is easier to spot the errors. Our mind is a powerful tool and can start to automatically fill in what it thinks should be said next, even if it’s not there. People will tend to read the sentence as it should be rather than how it is written.
The writer of the post finishes by saying, “I know that by the time you finish writing your article, you just want to submit it and get on with your life, but it really makes a difference to take the extra time to carefully proofread your article.”
For their full post and to read more proofreading tips, go to
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