Get Your Grammar Together: An Intervention Infographic

We want to make it very clear: we’re saying this because we care. We simply can’t hold it in any longer.

Your grammar and spelling are a problem.

We’ve told you before that spelling errors could be the culprit when it comes to lost business, but we didn’t tell you what exactly you may be doing wrong. We realize that, and we’re here to correct it (and you).

Spruce Up Your Spelling

Everyone struggles with spelling and grammar every now and then. It’s okay. So today, we’ve outlined some of the most common (and egregious) grammar and spelling mistakes that you may be making in your everyday life (everyday = adjective; every day = determiner + noun). From confusion over breaks in grammar rules (‘I’ before ‘e’ except after ‘c,’ anyone?) to just plain incorrect spellings (Are you misspelling “misspell?”), everybody makes mistakes, but you don’t have to. It’s probably hurting you. Like, you should really get that under control, man.

Be a spelling and grammar superhero, samurai or Jedi master; study this handy infographic:

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You’ve Got This

Easy-peasy, right? These are just a few simple grammar rules and spelling corrections that, when implemented, could potentially have the power to make your business better. You’ll look like more of an authority and, as a special bonus, will gain the respect of grammarians everywhere.

We don’t want you to think we’re knocking you. We know that not everyone cares as much about words as we do here in the Digital Content Creation Department at TTP, and if everyone did, we’d be out of a job. We just want you to take every step you can to gain the trust and business that you deserve, so that little things like spelling and grammar errors don’t distract your audience from all of the great products and services you provide.

Need Help with Content?

If you don’t have the time or the words to say something the way you want it, give Turn The Page a call. Our content and social media department will help you spread your message effectively and grammatically correctly. Call us today at (816) 527-8371 or (844) 889-5001!

Author Kelsey Maggio

Kelsey is the Associate Creative Director of Content at TTP. She was a Walter Williams Scholar at Mizzou in her past life, then went on to graduate with a degree in Public Relations & Advertising from DePaul University. After attending Chicago Portfolio School for copywriting, she moved to Kansas City and joined the Page Turners in September 2014. She's probably a little too obsessed with her dog.

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