Proofreading Tips for Mitt Romney (and Everyone Else)
In case the Mitt Romney campaign’s unfortunate “Amercia” mistake wasn’t bad enough, the Romney copy editors missed another one yesterday and published a Facebook ad promoting a “sneak-peak” of an upcoming TV commercial.
The campaign quickly resolved both typos, but unfortunately, on the internet, mistakes never die.
Even if you’re not a presumptive presidential nominee, spelling mistakes can reduce your credibility at work—and can be just downright embarrassing.
So, whether you’re sending an email to your boss, writing your resume, or, you know, creating a national campaign, use these quick tips to avoid easily avoidable mistakes.
Mittens, this is for you:
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