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Written by MyNoteTakingNerd
1242 days ago

Yeah Kimberly, it totally makes sense that Google would sort and sift content via misspellings and disjointed grammar.

I'd never given much thought to this before, but now when I think back to my "Ewww" experience anytime I come across a clunky "10 Things You Didn't Know About . . ." 500 word blog post that you can tell was outsourced to someone who has English as their third language, it makes perfect sense.

I guess I'm lucky that I'm hyper anal about misspellings. I can't even write my next sentence if I see ANY red squiggles on the screen hahaha! But I still should be running my stuff through a spell/grammar check to make sure I'm cleaning up all my messes. Thank you for reminding me of this. :)

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