A few months ago, we posted about some common grammar mistakes that will drive your readers crazy. The thing about grammar is that, while some rules are becoming more relaxed because of texting and email, people who know grammar rules will still judge you if you make mistakes. At least I will. My opinion might not matter to you, but …
The Dialog Lab helped Gemalto executive Kate Migon share her thoughts on the way 5G would change the automotive industry. Her contributed article was placed in TechTarget’s IoT Agenda.
These are interesting times for the English language. Shortcuts may be OK in the right setting, but when writing for wider audiences, these six grammar rules will help you keep from driving readers crazy.
Last week, Jon Christian at The Outline shined a big, bright light on a dirty corner of the PR-journalism industrial complex. Contributors at major outlets accepted payments for coverage. Unfortunately, it’s only a symptom of a bigger problem.