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6 Grammar Rules Copywriters Should be Breaking
Grammar rules – an archaic set of instructions that allows us to structure sentences. But does it fit today’s language? Granted, there would be chaos without rules, but following grammar rules to the letter can make your writing stilted and unwieldy. It’s commonly accepted that the most effective form of copywriting is natural, i.e., closer […]Read more
Copywriting Isn’t About Grammar
grammar Copywriting isn’t about grammar? Before you shoot me down in flames, hear me out. I know some reading this won’t agree with me. For many, grammar comes before everything else; it’s the most important aspect of written communications; it’s what keeps the English language alive. The thing is, when it comes to copywriting, […]Read more
Where Do You Stand on the Oxford Comma Debate?
“While Adrian was waiting for Julie to get ready, he washed the dishes, turned off the TV, checked his emails, and even had time for a cup of tea.” The Oxford comma – also known as the serial comma – (the one that ends the list in the sentence above and comes before the […]Read more