I know I do. When I’m writing a “real” article, I get very picky. I’ll proofread the thing to death. When I write a forum post or a blog post or something more casual, I’m not nearly as fussy with grammar. I like to maintain a more conversational tone. I don’t want to sound overly “stuffy.”
Yes, I write differently when blogging.
I’m the same. Depends on the type of article and blog for that matter, but I tend to be more chatty in a blog.
It is the same with me. When blogging I try to be more professional but also casual.I don’t want to sound strict. I try to put some funny parts that will put a smile on reader’s face. And yes I check everything through. I hate when I realize later that there is some mistake. On forum I write too fast and I often make mistakes.
I guess for me, it really depends on my mood. But our writing will reflect what kind of writer we are so I really am trying my best to make the most out of it.
when I write for hubpages, it will be a lengthy article but when at other sites, I write shorter articles and straight from my heart
I think we all develop our own writing style over time. I want my writing to be good, but I’m just not that worried about it being perfect in a casual setting. Something might be “correct” but it doesn’t feel “right” when you’re trying to write like you’re just chatting with someone. If that makes sense.
I’m in the casual mode when I blog. For real articles I will do more formal writing.
Yes,anything that comes to my mind but most are from my daily experiences.
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