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  1. Bettie Biehn
    November 10, 2015 @ 9:41 am

    The above article was helpful, but the writer needs to take her own advice about paying special attention to spelling, grammar, use of terms, etc. I write professional and executive resumes for a living, as well as cover letters, bios, and LI profiles, and I do career coaching for clients from managers to C-level executives. If I presented a resume to a client with as many errors as those contained in the article above, I would not get the referrals from clients that keep me in business. Just sayin’…………

    • Elvis Michael
      November 10, 2015 @ 10:19 am

      Hi Bettie, thanks for stopping by!
      That’s understandable and I can see why you shared your useful feedback.

      People on this website tend to enjoy a more casual approach, as if emailing a friend (I occasionally do this, too). That may explain the several mistakes here and there. The most important thing (on this site, at least) is to get their point across without necessarily leading by example every time 🙂

      That being said, REALLY low-quality articles are definitely rejected.

      Thanks!
      Elvis

      • acecopywriter
        November 10, 2015 @ 1:33 pm

        Elvis, I hear you!!! 😀

    • acecopywriter
      November 10, 2015 @ 1:32 pm

      Thank you and continue with your good work Bettie!!!

  2. mcdice18967
    November 17, 2015 @ 4:21 am

    I very much enjoyed receiving and reading this guide. It’s a beautiful designed for readers and writers.