We have seen a lot of post on blogging tutorials, tips and any related topics, some bloggers clearly stated their points and made a good impact on the readers. There is no doubt that these topics really helps a lot of bloggers who are on a learning process.
But my concern is or shall I say my rant for this morning is: what if the author was corrected for some typo error on his post about the tips, tutorial and on how to be a good writer/blogger?
Funny how some people reacted or get back to you after the spell correction you made on their post for good intention. How pitty, he returned the favor by pointing out on all my facebook comment mistakes highlighting the uncapitalized "i" and "face book", lol.
Why can't just say " thank you" or simply correct it or if not possible, just be appreciative that other sincerely read HIS post very well before commenting. Admit it or most of those commenters did not even bother to read the whole post, they just drop a comment for whatever reasons and it is none of my business anymore.
I encountered one just this morning. I excitedly read the post because of the recommendation of one of the pillars in blogging world. Here goes the conversation on Facebook. I just copy paste it from the groups thread. The correction I made ended up in an argument and it seems that the blogger that I corrected cannot accept the fact that a nobody like me pointed out some typo error on his post. Oh, well, here is the first part, it was actually a long conversation and I feel sorry for arguing with a very sarcastic individual.
Lesson learned, never correct somebody who won in writing contest many times coz they are very sensitive for correction.
Me: @Axxx Bxxx, you have error on the first paragraph " What we to need to do to win? ".tip#5" Most of the competitors never do it more that 2-3 times".kindly edit please
Axxx Bxxx: Tess: Where? I didn't get you, sorry!
Me: you have some correction at the 1st paragraph" What we to need to do to win? "-check this sentence you wrote and remove the"to" " and tip#5 paragraph " Most of the competitors never do it more that 2-3 times" it should be "than" not "that"
Axxx Bxxx: Well, that can't be done now as it is not my blog. Thank you for mentioning.
And it would be much better if you have appreciated for what I have written (about my strategy) than searching for the mistakes. :)
more conversation/argument followed ......