spell check and proofread

You might be a genius web designer, but if your site has a gazillion typos, it might falsely brand you as lazy, stupid or careless. Once you run spell check, proofread for errors. Even with spell check, mistakes can occur.

Recent example: After using spell check, “Thanks for your consideration,” became “Thanks for your consecration.”

Another example: After using spell check,  “Sorry for the inconvenience,” became “Sorry for the incontinence.”

So, to avoid typo embarrassment, spell check, then proofread.

On another note, what is Chicken Kabok???

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