So today I was checking my e-mail when I came across a contact e-mail from the PF.com contact page which read.
Hi. It might be a good idea to learn how to write better. There’s a difference between there/they’re/their, you’re/your, etc. Many of your claims on this blog are sketchy enough, and your bad grammar just continues to fuel the fact that you are a child and doomed to continue failing. Best of luck with your blog and everything else… By the way, did you ever notice that on your old blog, you ask people to leave comments, but there was no way to put comments on the blog?
I would first off like to say Thank You to this person (who did not give a name, and gave a false e-mail address) for informing me about some of my short comings in my writing and other facets of my blog. I do not consider myself, nor have I ever labeled myself as a professional writer, and I will continue to write as I am able to do so, however I am all about trying to fix grammar where I can. So I appreciate the insight into some of the common mistakes that I am making, using they’re instead of there or their etc. I will work to fix that. In terms of the claims on the blog being sketchy? Im not sure what you mean by this. I do not sell products to users, I simple talk about what I know, and more about what I don’t know but want to learn more about. So if you’d like to leave a comment letting me know what you mean about my content being sketchy, im all for it.
In terms of me being a child and doomed to continue failing, Im really not interested in what other peoples opinions of me are. I started my first company when I was 14, www.fotinetworks.com/article1.jpg / article2.jpg and I am three months away from being 20. I have failed countless times, and will continue to do so, but thats what has made me even the slightest bit successful, if you cant face the facts and learn from mistakes then you cant really do much in life.
So I appreciate the comments, I hope my writing improves, and if you have any other problems with the site please let me know.