With the advent of Web editorial content are many and varied. Where commercial sites, forums, blogs, social media releases, the canvas is blackened every day, minute by minute. The keyboard has replaced the pen and resource materials have become almost limitless, competition for that matter in the race for visibility. Knowledge and information exchange are no longer limited to books. Internet, a true modern library has became a virtual opportunity for gaining knowledge but some pitfalls must be avoided to produce quality content.
The first is to impose strict observance of rules of spelling and grammar: by reading old good dictionary or running a simple spell checker. Too many misspelled sully the fabric and completely trivialize the bad spellings. We are often surprised at the popularity of misspelled words in search engines, truely detrimental of other good spelling. Some mistakes betray the connection, create misunderstandings and multiplication on a single site generates a climate of mistrust among the user can call into question the credibility of the information and leave the site in question, for another …one visitor is lost.
The second discipline is undeniably to have knowledge of certain aggravating factors associated with our new communication tools. The keyboard is often responsible for typos, the screen work produces much fatigue on sight and therefore increases the risk of missing errors. Spell checkers built into word processing software to ignore the most difficult agreements in English language and finally the development of the SMS style are among many difficulties to overcome the form and write properly.
Finally, the widespread use of the Web and preferred by younger generations requires us to write proper content. The Net becomes one of the latest language resources for this audience there. In our opinion, we must offer them a medium in which they learn to write and speak correctly. We said about the example of websites coming in search result with erroneous spellings: keep in mind, when a website with the right spellings arrives in Google’s stock (that is it is indexed), the website with typos, spelling mistakes will be wiped out.
If you coin a new term or use a word that is not used that much in English language or it is a specific term of a specialty, such as, if we write a medical terminology; Google (or other search engines) might think it is wrong. To crosscheck, it will compare with its huge stock of words, might compare with the adjacent textual content around that particular word: simply, it will try to match with our habit of typos and spelling mistakes. So, the basic grammatical mistakes, spelling mistakes must be avoided for specialty blogs and websites.
When a website launches; to Google it is not a friendly or a reference website. Google will try to find out the errors more than the positive points. This errors are one of the factor which determines whether your website will be counted as a reference website or not.