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Good Communication

I’ve recently wondered if good written communication is a lost art. What do you think?

I’ve noticed that some people (including myself) rely on auto-correct which may or may not be accurate. I’ve also noticed there are a lot more errors in today’s writing than ever before (including my own writing). I sometimes have to guess what people are trying to tell me because of misspelled words or incorrect words in sentences. Have you experienced this too?

I found the 2 articles below from Proof Strategies which talk about good written communication. The second one is specifically for marketing communication. I would think this is especially important because you wouldn’t want to lose your audience with misspellings and sentences that don’t make sense.

Do you have trouble with communication in your position too?

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Hi Sri,

I’ve noticed that some people (including myself) rely on auto-correct which may or may not be accurate. I’ve also noticed there are a lot more errors in today’s writing than ever before (including my own writing). I sometimes have to guess what people are trying to tell me because of misspelled words or incorrect words in sentences. Have you experienced this too?

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found the 2 articles below from Proof Strategies which talk about good written communication. The second one is specifically for marketing communication. I would think this is especially important because you wouldn’t want to lose your audience with misspellings and sentences that don’t make sense.

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found the 2 articles below from Proof Strategies which talk about good written communication. The second one is specifically for marketing communication. I would think this is especially important because you wouldn’t want to lose your audience with misspellings and sentences that don’t make sense.