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- Typos and errors. If there are grammatical errors, you have found a few typos, or you see any other semantic error, it is better to report it via email.
You can also write in the comments. We will not publish it (there is no benefit for readers), but we will correct the errors anyway.
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But time goes by and everything changes. New good companies are emerging. So I admit that we can contact the author and ask him to check your company on occasion. Well, if it is good, then it is not a sin to include a mention of it in the article, right?