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Terrible grammar for an author,
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Am I the only one that is annoyed by the amount of mistakes that are in this book?
'in example might be a local bank' when it should say 'an example might be a local bank'
'The reason they do this is they don't want to clutter the overall look of their website will links to dozens of pages', when it should say, ' the reason they do this is they don't want to clutter the overall look of their website with links to dozens of pages'.
The list goes on.
Very hard to read because of the terrible grammar and very disappointing.
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Initial post: 19 Jun 2013 14:15:37 BDT
Tim Kitchen says:
Sorry you found the grammar to be poor Katie, I'd be happy to personally refund you the cost of your copy if you drop me an email email@example.com.
I'd consider myself primarily an SEO guy rather than an a professional author, and believed (perhaps mistakenly, in your case) that this was a good reason to write the book.
Anyway, please feel free to contact me for the refund.
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