They always say to never end a sentence with a preposition.
What's that all about?
Maybe someone should ask About—About.com
, that is. The site, which is an online information hub connecting brands to consumers while providing expert content on a variety of topics
, probably has a guide on grammar
that could help us sort out this language conundrum. In fact, our question has already been answered
[Related: 7 grammatical errors you can ignore (sometimes)]
It's only polite that we return the favor by helping the site find its newest content manager
, who will be responsible for improving the quality of material produced by About.com and assist in marketing it to better drive traffic and foster interaction with its audience.
To learn more about the job, look over the details here