Avoid These Sloppy Copy and Content Mistakes

2x2=5, as analogy to copy and content mistakes

I would dare any writer or marketer to say that they’ve never let a typo slip through the cracks–or made other copy and content mistakes. It’s possible for even the best writers to score poorly on readability, even though there were technically no grammar errors. Mistakes happen to the best of us, but that doesn’t mean we shouldn’t try our hardest to avoid them. The consequences of typos can go far beyond embarrassment; even a simple typo can come at a huge cost.

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Are You a Blogging Newbie? Crush It With This 11-Point Blog Post Checklist.

Person filling in checkboxes

My blog post is done and I’ve clicked “publish.” But then I have a nagging feeling in the back of my head. Did I leave out my contact information? Did I use the right photo? Are there any typos? When doubts sneak in, a blog post checklist can help determine if everything is fine or if something needs fixing. For new bloggers especially, a checklist like the one below can help you plan and develop articles that are attractive to both readers and search engines.

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