Dangling Participles: What They Are, and Why You Should Care

Remember “dangling participles” from back in grade-school English class? Probably not, but chances are you create them every day. They’re a major grammatical error, and once you know how to spot them, you’ll find these little nasties everywhere… probably even in your own content. Rather than subjecting you to a boring definition, here’s a practical example of a dangling participle.[…]

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The 3-Second Website Test You Should Try

When someone comes to a website – yours, mine, or anyone else’s, there’s a shockingly short window in which that visitor makes a decision to stick around or leave. Some sources put the range at three to five seconds, maximum. Some put it at even less – 1 to 2 seconds, tops. Attention spans have never been shorter than they[…]

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