I'm not a native English speaker but it looks good, though with some mistakes (Not a big deal IMO). Overall it's GOOD
Using MS Word definitely helps in fixing mistakes
Just starting to write regulary content for my contest blog and I am wondering can some of english native speakers take a look at this.
What is SERP? | Sulumits Retsambew
Is it good enough. Wil sayed in one thread that I prepare my texts in Word. It corrects bunch of my errors. Amazing thing .
I couldn't find any grammatical error (I am not native English Speaker ). Seems like you have fixed all the mistakes. Just read and found one mistake
adwords = Adwordswe can see adwords listings in the blue area
Last edited by Mr B; 20 March, 2009 at 21:00 PM.
Alright, I'll try to find some mistakes and I'll edit this reply asap
Ok here we go:
After showing my contest entry to my girlfriend, she noticed somewhere on the page term SERP.
- ..somewhere on the page the acronym SERP OR .. the term SERP.
I know you all know what SERP is, but there are plenty of other webmasters that maybe don’t.
- Most of you probably know what SERP means, but there are plenty of other webmasters that don't.
SERP is acronym for term
- .. for the term ..
Some people wrongly refer, as Search Engine Result Position.
- Some webmasters call it Search Engine Result Position, but that's a wrong explanation.
it needs to pass few days or even few weeks
- ... to pass a few days or even a few weeks ...
How these SERPs are generated?
- How are these SERPs generated?
Algorithms for determining page relevancy are almost always well kept secret.
- ... relevancy are a well kept secret.
will give you worth and authority in the search engine eyes.
- ... will give you great positions and authority in the eyes of the search engines.
I'm only 15, so I can be wrong too.. I'm from Belgium, so I'm not a native English speaker.. these are just a few things I've learned from the 3 years I'm speaking & reading English online
Hi, I'm a native English speaker\writer and one thing that bothered me was that you didn't place the word 'the' before 'term', ie. 'After showing my contest entry to my girlfriend, she noticed somewhere on the page term SERP'
it can be confusing if you don't do this; your readers might think you are referring to something called a 'page term', a phrase which doesn't exist, as far as I'm aware.