Interlude: Why would poor grammar make things better?

Why would poor grammar make things better?It is an often repeated mantra in social media that updates and blog posts should include the occasional typo and grammatical errors.

I’m sure they do, even properly edited books do, and I’m not suggesting that everyone needs to hire an editor for their blog.

But still, seriously, come on! Poorly written text is never more pleasant to read than well-written text. Quit praising it already!

I always proofread my blog posts. The results may still vary.

Why would poor grammar make things better?

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Author: Ville Kilkku

I run my own consultancy business, so if you find the ideas on this blog intriguing, contact me at consulting@kilkku.com or call me at +358 50 588 5043 and we can discuss how I can help you solve your business problems. I am currently based in Turku, Finland, but work globally. Google+