Tell me how you write and I’ll tell you how much I believe you

According to a study by the R academic evista Journal of Applied Communication Research , when a person sends an email without misspellings , this has greater credibility by the recipient , regardless of whether the message was sent from a cell phone or a computer.

On the other hand, when someone receives an email with spelling mistakes, this tends to “forgive” errors if it was written and sent through a mobile. How do you identify this? Through popular signature “Sent from my phone (IPhone, BlackBerry, Android, etc.)”

However, as shown in the graph, the credibility of the messages with spelling errors sent from a cell, does not exceed or reach The credibility of a well written message.