If I’ve learned one thing from years of writing online content – it’s that proofreading is essential. Quite honestly, it’s the difference between looking like someone having a stab at writing, and someone who is a fluent, professional writer. That's why I created a proofreading checklist that I use before publishing any piece of content. Hopefully, you'll find the checklist as useful as I do.
You’ve no doubt started to read a blog or webpage before quickly discovering a trail of grammar and formatting errors. If you’re like most readers, you’ll find this hugely off-putting. In fact, you’ll probably just click away and search for alternative content. Of course, it’s not just about grammar and formatting. Your content needs to be emotive, punchy and gripping. (Readers must want to read on!) So, whether you’re writing fiction or non-fiction, use this checklist to make sure that your content is ready to dazzle your readers. And if you need more information on any of the items in the checklist, please drop me a line and I’ll be happy to help.