The aim of a proofreader is to ensure that a piece of writing is clear. The aim of a proof-editor is to improve the reader’s experience. This blog discusses the difference between the two services to help you decide which would benefit you more.
Style Sheets are a place to note decisions and standardise choices that you, other contributors, content writers, editors, proofreaders – basically anyone who contributes to the writing and editing of your text – can add to
Get the best from your proofreader by understanding how to select someone and communicate with them.
Using a proofreader may seem like a cost but to not use a proofreader can create higher costs and lost opportunities