Universal Writing Ethics

Some times there are things that can be called as universal because they are globally recognized. Even in web writing (Especially in Blog Writing) there are things, that are globally accepted.

Here even though the writer says these are Rules, I'm not going to say they are Rules because they are actually not rules. 

Increase Traffic: 3C's of Blogging

Increasing traffic to your blog is a must for every Blogger. A vital factor of achieving this goal is to develop contacts with your audience by following the 3C's of Blogging. They are comments, conversation and community 


It’s not wrong to say comments are the lifeline of a blog. Ask your readers to leave comments. Make them feel like they all are worthful members of your blog. And spend some time to interact with them.

2. Conversation

As the comments flowing in to your posts it automatically starts to build a conversation within you and the other commentors. Listen to them. And if you have time post your own thoughts in comments. If not write a second post in connect to the comments. 

3. Community

As you follow above two steps, as the conversation moves on you have started a small community under that topic. Your goal as the bloggers is to keep the community run.

 So at the end with a lot of interactions you have increased your blog traffic. See it's even fun to interact with other bloggers in same niche.

8 Proofreading tips and techniques

Daniel at DailyWritingTips has written a nice article about Proofreading tips, A summary of them is,

1. Concentration is Key

2. Put It On Paper

3. Watch Out for Homonyms

4. Watch Out for Contractions and Apostrophes

5. Check the Punctuation

6. Read it Backwards

7. Check the Numbers

8. Get Someone Else to Proofread It