I've noticed in a lot of the blogs I've read, how clumsily written some of them are. Blogs I have to stumble over are difficult to read, and poorly written blogs persuade me to move on to the next blog.
Why? Because if I'm reading a blog that is so badly written, and I have to re-read what I just read, I get so frustrated at not being able to understand the blog, I give up and move on to the next blog.
Don't bloggers care about having their blogs read? With so much help out there, bloggers have no reason to write messy unreadable blogs. One invaluable tool for helping writers write better blogs is White Smoke.
How many times have you visited a blog and thought, hmm, looks like this blogger just grabbed random words from the dictionary and threw them on the page hoping they would make sense? Hopefully never, but I sometimes wonder if bloggers write a different language and then substitute words they hope will make sense. Oftentimes they don't and the blogger appears to be a third grader pretending to be a college graduate.
Again, White Smoke comes to the rescue with great translation abilities. Compared to Microsoft Word when it comes to grammar, White Smoke comes out as the winner, at least according to CNN and others.
If you're looking for help in writing great blog posts, and especially if you are translating from a foreign language, check out White Smoke, either by clicking on the ad next to this blog or by clicking on any of the links in this blog.
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