Edit Your Social Media Copy
Your brain does funny things when trying to edit recently written copy, it sees what isn’t there. It knows what you intended to say when you wrote it and reads that intent, instead of what is actually in front of your eyes. Then after a few days, when you reread what you wrote, the errors start jumping up and down while screaming at you. Don’t feel bad, even the best writers in history needed editors. As Hemingway said, the first draft is shit.
There are countless ways to say the same thing. That is the beauty of the English language, two people can write about the exact same topic using very different styles, vocabulary, and tones. This article has been rewritten over ten times and I still can find errors in it, can you? If you do please let me know in the comments section.
Here are some tips to help you write error free social media content.
1. Find a proof reader - a good one
2. Be patient and proof it before you post
3. Take time before you proof your work, a day or two can make a difference
4. Use grammar computer programs to help you.
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