A few days ago I found a grammatical error in an online article for a leading women's fashion and beauty magazine. I emailed them to let them know and they contacted me back this morning, thanking me but saying that I didn't point out what the error was and if I would like to share, they'd take changing it under consideration. So either they didn't bother to check the article to see what I was talking about, or they did and still did not catch the mistake. I gave them a very helpful hint and wished them a great day. We'll see if they get back to me. But I cannot believe that a magazine with such influence and popularity among their target audience would let any article go to print without at least two pairs of eyes that didn't belong to the original writer taking a fresh look to make sure it at least was free of spelling and grammatical errors, if not checking the tone of the piece. I won't give the name of the magazine, of course, but I will tell you that it was one of the most common mistakes that are made. These days, people think that "there, they're, & their" and interchangeable. I see so many mistakes like these online these days from professional companies that I feel like emailing them all and pointing them out, and then offering to proofread before they print and upload their articles for a tiny fee (of course). If I can't get a novel done some time soon I might as well still be making money in the writing field, right? Something to think about.