This may be one of the most overlooked pieces of the blog, however it is one of the most important pieces in order to effectively get your idea across.
If you improperly punctuate a blog this could cause confusion, as well as cause readers to question your credibility.
Along with spelling, correctly educating yourself on the usage of the comma, exclamation mark, semicolon could make or break you.
Probably the most misused punctuation mark is the comma. Many writers feel the need to insert a comma wherever there is a pause; this is a very common and grave mistake to make.
There are 3 main uses of the comma: introductory, list, and as an explanatory.
The exclamation mark is one to be used sparingly. If you decide to use it, be aware that this is one mark that is to be used with caution as it is a juvenile mark to use; this should not deter you from using it, however, you should do it intentionally.
The semicolon is perhaps one of the most misunderstood marks in all of punctuation. As a result, many writers shy away from using it. However, if you decide to venture out and use it, the proper usage is critical. The semicolon could also be called the “mini period” as it continues the flow between two independent clauses without a conjunction.
Now that your blogging will be easier with punctuation, you can place hyphens between your words in your longtail links. We use category names in our permalinks too which may help you as well with your blog’s seo.