Good Morning all the following is a response to a writer who left a message in my in-box. She sent the letter after getting a few of her articles were refused publication by Triond for duplicate content and for using profanity in some of her articles. With this in-mind I thought I would write a short article giving a little bit of advice on how to avoid this.
Thought this was needed.
Profanity is frowned upon when utilised in writing. It’s funny really especially when one considers that so called ‘bad language’, is actually the most widely used form of language worldwide. Profanity is a part of a massive sub class of language called slang. Slang is an almost constant part of our verbal communication and thus our written communication. So why frown upon profanity? Read on..
Triond has made many additions and improvements on its website in the year and a half that I have been here. One addition was the forum, a place where the Triond writers could exchange writing ideas, give new users a place to get advice from the more seasoned writers, share solutions for battling writer’s block, and generally get to know the other writers. How has this been working out for us? Rather pathetically, in my opinion.