Are you happy with your website content?
Is it free of grammar glitches, “typos,”
and awkward wording?
I am here to find such problems,
and to help you to fix them!
A quick summary for busy people
1. Words matter! Bad grammar really is bad business! Even minor grammatical errors and/or awkward sentences in a website can give a bad impression. There you will find links to business articles that explain how “grammar glitches” can harm a business reputation and negatively affect its Google rating. It also shows the almost startlingly negative results of a small survey about people’s reactions to “grammar glitches.” (The English language is often to blame.)
2. My Services: In my work I help website owners put their best foot forward as to how they present their offerings in writing. I explain why a “glitch” may be a problem, and recommend alternatives. My recommendations keep the client’s original meaning and make the flow of words easier to read. My clients decide for themselves whether to follow my suggestions, to ignore them, or to ask for other alternatives – those that will best appeal to your target audience.
3. About: The “About” section details the process I use when working with clients, including the sign-up process. It also provides information about the background and experience that equip me (Diana Gardner Robinson, PhD.), to work with you in “polishing” the written content of your website(s) while keeping the focus on whoever your target clients may be. There are also quotes from a few of the many testimonials I have received from previous clients.
4. Services: The “Services” page gives information about the different levels of service that I offer and their cost. As soon as I am able to ensure security in the payment link you will also be able to sign up right there. I look forward to answering any questions you may have about my services or other related issues.
Diana Gardner Robinson
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