15 Grammar Mistakes to avoid

Good copy is important in your business communications. Between web content, brochures and social media, companies are producing content prolifically. Our friends at Copyblogger have created this infographic to help you when you are creating copy to avoid some common, yet inexcusable, grammatical errors. If you don’t consider yourself a strong writer, print this out and use it as a reference tool. It will definitely help you appear more professional.

15 Grammar Goofs That Make You Look Silly
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One Response to 15 Grammar Mistakes to avoid

  1. rodd says:

    Hey Matt, you broke one of these rules in your Feb 2011 blog post: At first glance, these two ambitions may not seem complimentary, but they are when you consider that what most small businesses need most from a marketing department or outside consultant is for someone to write their copy.

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