Think about the last time you picked up a magazine in the checkout aisle of a grocery store. Did you select a magazine, not because it had the most interesting articles, but because it had the fewest grammatical mistakes?
What kind of a communicator are you?
(Just kidding. You’re reading Ragan.com, so you’re a good one. )
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So you don’t have to comb through magazines to determine which have the most accurately written content, the team at Grammarly did it for you.
In a recent infographic, Grammarly lists the men’s and women’s magazines that have the fewest spelling, grammar and punctuation errors.
Here are a few of the findings:
- “Playboy” and “Maxim” are among the top four most accurate men’s magazines.
- Women’s magazines have more writing mistakes than men’s magazines.
- Articles in men’s magazines are slightly longer than those in women’s magazines.
Check out the graphic for the most accurate magazines. Did your favorites make the list?