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Thanks for the edit, DE!
Thank you very much for the edits, DE!
Cheers, DE. I actually saw the revision had been sent to my email just now. Thanks again.
Thank you for the revisions! I have read the study guide a few times, and I'm also going over the clearing house guide as well. Hopefully my studying proves worth for my writing. Thanks again for the help!
Thanks for the edit DE, but I'm not sure your change to the headline made sense: "Good News? New York Yankees David Robertson Reliever to DL." I suppose you meant: "Good News? New York Yankees Reliever David Robertson to DL." At any rate, I think having David Robertson and then a colon to begin the headline is better for search engines, so I switched it back. But thanks for looking it over.
Thanks for the edits. You've done my last two articles I believe.
Unlike other editors you make a point out specific mistakes which is very helpful. The last article you drew my attention to how I was using more than three sentences per paragraph and now that rule is embedded in my mind :P
Can't believe I let a quote go unsourced. That's a bit crap. A lesson learned I guess.
Once again, much appreciated!
Thank you very much for the edit!
Thank you Mr. Langley for the useful advice. I went over the edits and realized the mistakes I made. I admit that I've never took the time to read the style guide thoroughly, I was extremely excited to write for Bleacher Report that I rushed through the content. I will take your advice at heart and apply it to my future articles. Thanks again!
Thank you very much. I checked my original copy and had only the two links to the newspaper article. I don't know how a New York Giants' link appeared. Thanks again.
Appreciate the edits, DE.