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Email Spelling Tips, Proofreading

Published on 11/28/2018
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As a professional business person, how do you want to be perceived?

Even something as seemingly insignificant as spelling can determine whether others believe you’re competent or sloppy. Take a moment and think about that.

Ask yourself, “Are my customers likely to want my services if I can’t be bothered with the details of spelling a word correctly?” The answer, I believe, is no.

Okay, so your customers may not go running down the street to find someone else at the first sign of a misspelled word.

However, misspellings and typos certainly don’t add to your credibility. Recognize that spelling counts.

Computer Spell Check Function

Since the advent of the spell check function on the computer, many people believe (incorrectly) that spelling skills are no longer necessary.

Don’t misunderstand.

There’s nothing wrong with using the spell checker.

In fact, it’s a great device and should be utilized all the time.

However, the intended use for this tool is for reference, not as your only source for catching errors.

There’s only one acceptable tool for that I believe and that is " grammarly " This is a great tool and it is free.

When I was growing up, spelling was very important and you were given poor marks for not spelling words correctly.

Nowadays, I notice that it does not seem to be as important at school as then - this presents a problem as the youth then go out into the working environment with little regard to spelling in general - I admit, I also use "whatsapp" language as it is quicker to write a message that way but in a letter/PR/blog and the like, grammar should be taken seriously and spelling words correctly, is actually very important.

 

 

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