Blog: Content writing and content strategy insights
Rachel answers an age-old grammar question about was and were. Old grammar rules stick in our minds like chewing gum in the hair. The rule you remember is no longer a rule (perhaps it never was) but a choice. Rachel tends to use ‘were’ out of habit, but 'was' is now more than acceptable—it’s the norm.
Editing is always a step-by-step process. And always you start by asking the big questions, such as:
- Is this web page really necessary?
- What is this page for?
- Who needs it?
- Is the same information on another page?
- What do you want people to do after reading this page?
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