Whether we admit it or not, modern technology has all but ruined good grammar. There are people all over the Internet lol-ing and h8ting on others, calling them dum and commenting on how rong there grammar really is. Sheesh, that was really difficult to get through.
No matter how lenient the rules for texting and tweeting get, marketing—especially content marketing—is not the place for poor grammar or punctuation. Kuno has taken the responsibility of creating a Modern Guide to Grammar: Tips for Content Marketers. We understand the Internet does not need to be a place of perfection, and typos happen to the best of us, but please don’t let us catch you breaking the rules that follow.
That was a lot of rules and not terribly exciting to read, I know. But keep this post close; you may want to refer to it during your content marketing creation sessions. And remember all those your, you're; there, their, they're; and to, too, two rules. Together we can keep our corner of the Internet void of “h8ters” and well kempt!
What’s your grammar pet peeve? Let us know in the comments below. And don’t forget to download the Content Marketing Manifesto!