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43 Hot Grammar Tips of 2013

Check out these Hot Grammar Tips 1. Awhile=adverb: She stopped there awhile. A while=noun phrase that follows for: He thought for a while before answering. 2. Nouns can sometimes function as an adjective when modifying another noun (e.g., bank receipt, bus trip, town meeting). 3.  Already vs. All ready: Already refers to time. (The play…

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Spelling & Grammar: Kids Still Need to Learn

Why Spelling & Grammar Will Always Be Essential Spelling and grammar are usually not hot topics. But there’s been a lot of controversy  surrounding the recent statement by Sugata Mitra, a Newcastle University (England) professor of educational technology. Mitra announced earlier this week that traditional language rules have become “unfashionable” because electronic devices are now…

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Print on Demand & Other Book Publishing Animals

How Print on Demand Transforms Book Publishing  by Chris Fayers What is Print on Demand? Print on demand (POD). “What is that?” you may ask. Maybe you already know, or perhaps I am preaching to the converted. Print on demand means that you, me, or anyone else can order a single printed copy of any…

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When the Right Words Don’t Come Easy…

Proofreading: Why Everybody Needs It When your word needs to stand… When your words are tools to success or failure… When you need to say it with meaning… When you have one chance to impress or impact… Here’s how Precise Proofing helps you…

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Twitter: How to Tweet in 140 Characters or Less

3rd in a Series of Twitter Articles For those of us who love to write and those of us who have lots to say, sending a complete Twitter marketing message in 140 characters or less may seem daunting. In addition, you should truly limit your tweets to 120 characters or less to allow for retweets,…

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Setting Up Your Supercharged Twitter Account

2nd in a Series of Twitter Articles Ready to get your feet wet and start tweeting? It has always been FREE to set up and use a Twitter account. All you need is an email address. So why not start today? Here’s everything you need to know about setting up your own supercharged Twitter account.…

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Everything You Need to Know About Apostrophes (and 2 more things)

3 Easy Ways to Avoid Apostrophe Confusion   There seems to be a lot of confusion about apostrophes lately. For example, there is a company not far from where I live that makes “Swing’s” for a living—no kidding. It’s on their website, their vehicle lettering, and now on their roadside signs. I wonder if anyone…

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