This great infographic appeared on Ragan, which you can see here: Ragan’s Infographic

These are writing issues I’ve encountered while putting together my book, Job Searching With Social Media For Dummies as well as when I write for Career Enlightenment. I thought you might enjoy this as well.

Which writing mistake annoys communicators the most? Cliches? Bad punctuation?

We asked and they answered: homophone misuse.

Thirty two percent of more than 560 LinkedIn users cited misuse of words such as addition and edition as the most annoying in this infographic.

Next on the list was cliches, passive voice and trite writing (21 percent), grammar flubs (17 percent), and punctuation abuse (16 percent).

Other writing mistakes that get under their skin included random capitalization, redundancies, changes tenses, and double negatives.

Joshua Waldman, author of Job Searching with Social Media For Dummies, is recognized as one of the nation's top authorities in Social Media Career Advancement. To learn Joshua’s secret strategies for shortening the job search and getting the right job right away, Get The Missing Manual for LinkedIn Success

Get the Missing Manual to LinkedIn Success

Enter your email address below to start... it's 100% FREE!

You have Successfully Subscribed!

The Missing Manual to LinkedIn Success

This 6-day email course will completely change the way you think about your job search. Give it a try at no cost.

Please Check Your Email to Get Started.