Fix Your English


#1

Hey Sellers,



I have noticed that there are a lot of gigs written with poor, bad, sloppy English.

Poorly written gigs must surely turn off potential buyers, not to mention other sellers who read those gigs.



If you are a poor writer, have someone review your text before you post your gig. Please.



Or let me fix it for you.



fiverr.com/yourtexteditor


#2

mgjohn78



I took a quick look at your gigs. And they’re fine - perfectly understandable (except for some pesky punctuation errors). Your English is probably better than that of most native English speakers.


#3

You have a point but in some cases SEO out weighs Grammar. Sure the gig needs to be written well enough to make sense, but a seller may decide that a dangling participle doesn’t take preference over a properly placed keyword. It doesn’t matter how well your gig description is written if no one can find it to read it.


#4

True.

But the gigs I’m referring to are ones where the writer obviously doesn’t have a decent command of English.


#5

For us non native English speakers the 1200 character limit does not help the situation at all.


#6

True! I absolutely agree with you, seems they copy one from another and same mistakes start repeating :wink: