Yes, you do need a proofreader

Shop sign: 'umberellas' - spelt wrong

It’s as applicable to marketing as anything else: pay peanuts, get monkeys. Or moneys, if you’re using a spellcheck instead of paying proofreaders.

What message does it send about your professionalism if your customers have to proofread your signs for you? (You’d think Sainsbury’s could afford to pay a proofreader. They’re not exactly expensive.)

Supermarket sign: 'Batterd fish' - spelt wrong and corrected by hand

And what message does it send about your products if your menus end up with typos?

Menu offering  'beanbuger'  - spelt wrong

 

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