Writing is a learning process. Every writer comes across something new every time he/she sits to write. All of us are a part of that learning curve. But it does not mean that people start taking it as an alibi to commit mistakes. There are some mistakes which are not supposed to be committed by a writer, be it immature or experienced. These mistakes show the writer in a very negative light as it is taken for granted that there are some standards which everyone is supposed to have who aspires to write anything.
Given below are some points on which a writer should try not to falter:
1) Grammar: A writer whose writings have incorrect grammar tarnishes the image of the piece in the very first impression. Usage of correct grammar is an integral part of writing. Grammar is the base of any form of writing. Without grammar, writing would be hollow. The writer needs to ensure that there are no grammatical mistakes in whatever he has written. Be it the usages of tenses, verbs, adjectives or pronouns, writers have to get all of them in place so that the article does not look shabby or does not give an impression as if it has not been edited.
2) Punctuation: A coma, full stop, hyphen and an apostrophe, each of them have their own place and requirement in a blog or an article. A sensible writer needs to have the instinct to identify the exact context which requires the usage of these punctuation marks. Without these symbols, it would be very tough to make out as to where a sentence begins and where it ends.
3) Clarity: The content that is being written needs to have a message or an idea which justifies its existence. Words need to be mentioned very clearly. There should be no extra effort which might make the article look as if the writer has gone over board to make it special. The reader should get the message in the very first attempt itself without any struggle.