by Carly Schuna
The fact that employers actually shell out money to “writers” to produce blog entries is heinous. In most cases, those entries are little more than stream-of-consciousness, poorly structured heaps of drivel studded with more grammatical errors than a chicken-pox-laden child has itches. If a writer can’t (or, worse, doesn’t care to) find success in the respectable print market, that writer doesn’t deserve to have an audience OR a paycheck. Period.
Ah, controversy. Of course I don’t actually believe any of the statements in the paragraph above, but what if I did? What if I even pretended I did? Would a blog I was writing get more hits and more comments?
You bet it would. [Read more…]