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Google Check The Grammer?


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#1 basem

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Posted 23 November 2015 - 02:47 AM

can anyone tell me that while google checking the content then it could check the grammaticly errors in the content..????



#2 torka

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Posted 23 November 2015 - 10:00 AM

Of course they are. Proper grammar is one of the (several) measures of quality content. (And it's relatively easy to check.)

 

Beyond any issues poor grammar might cause with Google, your human site visitors will notice content that is ungrammatical and misspelled. This can harm your business's reputation and negatively affect your sales. It is difficult to position one's company as an industry leader and a provider of high-quality goods or services when one's website is riddled with obvious errors.

 

If you cannot write grammatically correct content yourself, hire a professional writer who can do it for you. At the very least, run your copy and content through spell check and a grammar checker -- and have a human proofread it carefully, because automated spelling and grammar checkers can make mistakes --  before posting it online.

 

--Torka :oldfogey:


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#3 Mikl

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Posted 24 November 2015 - 07:07 AM

... Check The Grammer?

 

... check the grammaticly errors ....

 

 

Not to mention checking the spelling.

 

Mike


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