If you are writing online your posts should be brief, clear, checked for spelling and grammar and consistent. Your blog may not have broad appeal if it has limitations in these, so your EBooks and public posts can benefit from a professional proof-reader, or extra classes in English, whether it is your first language or not. Whether you write a blog, a book or anything else, your only tool to deliver your message is language, and you should gain all the skills you can with it. If you don’t have time for this, use the services of someone with the best language skills you can find.
On behalf of Tax Executives Institute, I am writing to voice the Institute's opposition to proposed regulations on "Procurement Methods: Contract Terms and Conditions: Use of Affiliates to Avoid Taxation on Income from State Contracts," which were issued this summer by the Board of Public Works and published in the Maryland Register on August 29, 1997.