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Copy editing | wordsmithing

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With my copy editing services you write; I craft and correct

 

The way you sound and look, always counts.

 

It directly affects your brand image and reputation.

And you don't want careless errors distracting your customers.

But you're busy...

 

What's the answer?

Give me your draft documents and I'll turn them into polished, persuasive copy that fascinates your customers.

They'll be word-smithed, corrected and fine tuned for impact and results.

What do I edit?

Business documents | newsletters | articles | marketing material | magazines | book manuscripts | advertising copy | manuals | websites | proofs

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Who uses me?

Businesses of all sizes hire me to create, craft and clean-up their writing:

  • Multinational companies
  • Corporate communications departments
  • Marketing and advertising professionals
  • Publishers
  • Graphic designers
  • Small-medium businesses
  • Families-in-businesses
  • Solo entrepreneurs
  • Business owners
  • Academics
  • Students

Copy editing and word smithing - WORD SWORDS

Need an editor or a proofreader?

My service covers two of the key steps of the editing process:

  1. Copy editing - tracked changes
  2. Proofreading - itemised corrections

Copy editing

improves the formatting, style, and accuracy of text.

It may (or may not) involve changing the substance of the copy or text. It's done before both designing and proofreading.

Copy editing should make it say what it means and mean what it says - clear, correct, concise, complete and consistent.

Copy editing and word smithing - WORD SWORDS

Always try to keep the editing and proofreading processes separate.

Proofreading

is the final stage, focusing on surface errors in spelling, punctuation and grammar.

It's the reading of a proof or on-screen to find and correct production errors – they may be either text or art/design.

Proofreading should be done after all the other stages of writing and editing are complete.

If you have more questions, email me. Or learn more about working together, here.

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