I don’t know about you, but I get really embarrassed when I discover typos or grammar errors in my posts or in emails I send out.
No matter how many times I give them a good proofing, it seems some errors just slip through.
I see it all over the web too.
I’m not stupid and neither are the small business sites I visit, but typos and grammar errors can sure make you look that way.
And they can be expensive.
My very first print booklet had a whopper of an error in it. I tell you about it in this week’s video. It was a costly mistake.
Take a quick four minutes to watch this video and learn three steps you can take to eliminate those aggravating errors from your business publications.
If you can’t see the video, click here to watch on YouTube ==>> How Typos And Poor Grammar Can Kill Your Business
Have you ever discovered a typo or grammar error after you’ve released something into the wild? How did you handle it? I’d love to hear about it in the comments below.
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