We all have tweets we regret and posts we edit or delete after publishing when we can. Sometimes, we just make mistakes, but that doesn't have to be the case as often if we take the time to prepare before publishing.
So you or your company have realized that there is misinformation on Wikipedia that you want to get corrected. You go to the site and correct the information, only to find out that you did something wrong. Either your edit was reverted as you did not format or cite it correctly, an editor yelled at you and accused you of vandalism.
Content marketing involves a lot of moving pieces. And whether they are on your marketing team or spread throughout your company, there are probably a lot of people to manage, too. So how do you make sure things continue to run smoothly and everything you planned actually happens?
Most bloggers, students, or freelancers who writes do not have their own professional editors. Any time you write content that you want people to read, it is important for you to edit your work and to also check it to see if there are any portions that were copied. Here are a few tips to help you edit your own content before you post it online.