Writing is a medium used of human communication that symbolizes emotion and language through the inscription or recording of symbols and signs. In most languages, writing is a complement to spoken language or speech. Writing is not just a language but a form of technology that developed as a tool with human society.
An excellent writing skill allows you to communicate your message with transparency and ease to a far larger viewer than through face-to-face or telephonic conversations.
You might be called upon to plan or strategy at work, write a grant application, write a report, or press release within a volunteering role; or you may imagine communicating your thoughts online via a blog. And, of course, a fine written résumé or a CV with no spelling or grammatical errors is necessary if you want a new job.
Correct punctuation, grammar and spelling play a key role in written communication. The reader will form an opinion about you, the author, based on both the presentation, content and errors are likely to lead them to form a negative impression regarding you.
If you are not persuaded about the significance of precise writing, think about the clues we use to identify spam phishing websites, emails and counterfeit products: poor grammar and spellings.