“No-one buys great grammar,” but sloppy work can kill a message

Grammar police
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“No-one buys great grammar,” says an article about business writing.

Poor grammar and spelling can hurt, however, and can make you question both the writer’s expertise and the company’s credibility.

Take the source of that quote about grammar, for example:

Business Writing – 7 Ways To Transform Mediocre Writing

How many spelling, punctuation and grammatical errors can you find?

Does sloppy writing prevent you from responding positively to a message?

Share your thoughts with a comment. (Don’t worry about the grammar or spelling!)

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