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10 Reasons Why Freelance Writers Shouldn't Use Autocorrect on Mobile Gadgets
BrianKlems Brian A. Klems
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If you are a freelance blogger, there might be dozens of articles waiting for you. And your goal is to provide high quality content as quickly as possible. That's why a lot of writers use smartphones and tablets and craft posts on the go. Almost everyone uses autocorrect to save time on typing, but is it really so good? As for me, I strongly recommend bloggers to turn off the autocorrect on your phone. And here are 10 reasons to assure you.


1. You won't get in an awkward situation
When you use autocorrect, you often type so fast that you don't even pay attention to what you send. It may bring into a funny or even awkward situation and turn "day" into "gay" or "come" into "cunt". You might have already laughed at funny autocorrect mistakes. "Funny autocorrect" hashtag appears on Twitter almost every minute with new pics to laugh at. Now imagine you sent an article with these mistakes to an Editor in Chief! I don't think it'll be published. It won't look that funny after all.  Read more... 



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