Could you please correct the following sentences???
could you please correct the following sentences. One has said these sentences are incorrect.
In online business world, a website's future depends on its adherence to the guidelines of Google.
Publish news worthy press releases on time to time.
(1) In the (every singular countable noun should be preceded by an article; since the "world" that you are referring to is unique and specific (business world), the definite article should be used) online business world, a website's future depends on its adherence to the guidelines of Google.
(2) Publish newsworthy (newsworthy is one word) press releases on time ("on time" means punctual, and “from time to time” means “once in a while” or “at intervals.”)
If however, you mean that newsworthy press releases should be published “regularly,” revise as “Publish newsworthy press releases regularly.”
Hope this helps!
|link||answered Sep 13 '13 at 06:06 Joyce F Contributor|
(1) Publish newsworthy press releases at regular intervals. (2) If you follow the guidelines, Google promotes your website so that it is among the top search engine results; otherwise, your website will be listed further down the list, away from the first page of search results.
|link comment||answered Sep 16 '13 at 03:11 Joyce F Contributor|
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