This Word Watch is about our little friends its and it’s. Its and it’s are confused quite often, and it is easy to use one in a sentence when you should be using the other. In my blog about using you’re and your, I touched on how an apostrophe is used to show a possession or […]
In order to create good content, you have to edit it. You may be thinking, “what does editing have to do with creating good content?” Creating and editing are a symbiotic relationship; you can’t have one without the other. It would be wonderful if we could take our ideas and thoughts, put them down on […]
There are some words in the English language that can be quite tricky to use. This is especially true when two words sound the same but have different meanings. How many times have you looked up how to use a word (or which word to use) only to forget the next time around? Word Watch […]
How many times have you written something — a report, a blog, an article — and spent hours upon hours on it only to notice the smallest error after you had submitted it? Talk about frustrating!