December 2008: Thanks To Our Sponsors
Time to write a post thanking our sponsors (they make this blog possible after all!). They are all great companies that provide useful services for writers, freelancers and bloggers. Make sure to check them out.
- WhiteSmoke: The industry leader on writing software. Apart from the normal spell checker, you will also find a grammar checker and features to improve both your style and punctuation. Pretty useful for people that speak English as a second language.
- Flexx Theme: Flexx, as the name suggests, is a highly flexible and customizable WordPress theme. It comes with many options and features to make sure that your blog will look exactly how you want it.
- Romow: Romow is a premium web directory where you are able to find quality websites on any topic. If you have your own blog or website you can also list your URL on their site (costs $45) to get some traffic and search engine juice.
- FreshBooks: Whether you are a blogger, web designer or freelance writer, sooner or later you will need to invoice someone for advertising or for your services. FreshBooks is the easiest way to do this, and by using their service you will also make sure that your invoices are correct and professional looking. The service is free for up to 3 clients, so test it out right now.
- Doreo Hosting: A long time sponsor, Doreo is also the company that provides the web hosting for all my blogs and websites. Facts speak louder than words right? Just browse around the site and see how fast it loads (keep in mind I don’t use cache plugins).
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1 Response to “December 2008: Thanks To Our Sponsors”
I applaud your attempts to maintain good writing practices in a world of rapid changes and some mediocracy:this levelling down of the language for sometimes political reasons, to gain some cheap support should be resisted. Let’s us be heard.
Can you help me again?
Which is correct: to eat sufficent or to eat sufficently?
I would say the former but have I fallen into the down-grading trap?
Maybe both are correct!!!!