6 writing mistakes PR pros should never make

It’s common in PR and marketing to overlook the small stuff, including editing your content. From annoying buzzwords to lengthy sentences, here’s what one copywriter advises.

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It’s not difficult to spot a weak writer in the workplace.

Writing is unavoidable in many jobs. Think of all the emails, reports and performance reviews written each day—many opportunities for someone to gauge your writing.

But making common writing mistakes raises a red flag about your writing skills. If you’ve committed these errors, it’s likely that your peers have taken note. Review this list and cut these errors out of your business writing:

1. “Here’s some”

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