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7] Check those simple small words, such as: of, it, in, is,for, be, and I.[I, should be a capital, regardless of where it is.]
Other important points in addition to ones above are included below. These are not to be excluded and you may think this is a lot of unnecessary work, but isn't your piece important. You wouldn't be writing it, if it wasn't.
1] Do you have enough ideas incorporated into your selection?
2] Be sure you are not wandering away from thesis.
3] Are you proving your point and is it interesting?
4] Is content in order and does it flow smoothly?
5] Answer following questions when you are proofreading. A. Who? B. What? C. Where? D. When? E. Why? If one of these are missing, then you need to go back and revise.
All of above tips for proofreading are of upmost importance even on a web page of your web site. The following tips are also helpful in finishing touches of your site.
1] Start your inspection by checking to make sure all links work.
2] Look at text and see if it is readable. If you can't see it,others cannot read it. The background may not be suitable.
3] Verify that all your information is up to date.
4] Is all information in a sensible order, and delete or add information.
5] Use scroll bar on side to view one line at a time, either from bottom or top. I find this very useful when reading, etc.
Proofreading has a nature of time consumption and if you do not have time, find someone that does. It will boost your sales and your site will have a look of a professional.
I am not a professional and never claim to be, but I will proofread following types of content, sent by email if you want a little help. I am not charging a enormous fee for service. I have an Associate Degree in Accounting, and extensive courses in English, Business Communications, Ethics, and Public Speaking.
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