OTHER WORDS FROM distractivedis·trac·tive·ly, adverbnon·dis·trac·tive, adjective
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The new guidelines “include guidance around obstructive text and images, excessive and distractive ads, or content that doesn’t add any value to the job posting.”There isn’t always a quick answer in SEO and that is okay; Wednesday’s daily brief|Barry Schwartz|July 14, 2021|Search Engine Land
The new guidelines are a new content policy that “include guidance around obstructive text and images, excessive and distractive ads, or content that doesn’t add any value to the job posting,” Google wrote.Google adds direct apply markup and new editorial guidelines for job postings|Barry Schwartz|July 13, 2021|Search Engine Land
It is always distractive, and very often ends in a wrong combination.
Between these extremes are many sentences which may take either the comma or the semicolon without distractive effect.
No. 74 is a particularly distractive sentence, although its punctuation may be technically correct.
The distractive effect caused by producing two impressions through a wrong use of marks of parenthesis, should be avoided.