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How to create a project brief for a proofreader or an editor

A solid brief will help you to attract quotes from the professionals – not just the cowboys on freelance websites and social media. You’ll notice the difference in the quality of responses. This is because good briefs attract professional and experienced proofreaders and editors as they can quickly discern when a job is worth their time …

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Self-publishing a book? Find out what type of editor you need (with a FREE downloadable chart).

If you want your self-published book to succeed and make money, there are two things you need: good writing and visibility. Use editors for good writing. Establish an author platform for visibility. This blog is about understanding the variety of editors to choose from (whether you are writing fiction or non-fiction).  (There will be a similar blog for those who…

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The difference between proofreading and proof-editing

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.

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