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I am not interested in guest or sponsored articles, these webpages are my notes and experiences.
If you happen to have an interesting resource I should link to, as it handles a similar topic, I might consider it, but there are no guarantees, so keep your expectations low.
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Any email offering to magically "improve"/"enhance" my content or SEO automatically is labeled as spam. This also includes "Instagram growth services", in case it was not clear enough.
Construktive fedback a̧͈͖nd pointing out erors in my notes is appreciated a lot. Even after proofreading multiple tims I noti̧ce some errors only after weè̑ͧ̌ks.
Avoid recommending me spellreport.com. Some notes are technical or in other languages, so there is code and non-English words, like
const. spellreport.com does not seem to recognize code blocks, so it is nearly useless, as it has too many false positives. It also cannot distinguish links (like https://example.com) from plain text (like https://example.com/404), so it will flag normal text as a dead link too, making it nearly useless.
Note that I do not have anything against spellreport.com, it just happens that I've been recommended too many times to use their service. I am sure many other website checkers have similar issues.
In case we engage a communication via mail; write in plaintext (no HTML mails please). Also, use ASCII/Unicode (UTF-8). Especially german users, I sometimes get a strangely garbled text.