You’re pretty happy with your copy but you know it could be a better.
Let me be your second set of eyes to get your copy from good to great.
What is the difference between proofreading and copyediting?
A proofreader is someone who checks the final document for grammar and spelling errors.
A copyeditor is a partner in the writing process. A copyeditor does more than just look for errors (although they do that too), we work to make the entire text more cohesive and consistent. We also edit for clarity and continuity.
What do copyeditors do?
What I Can Copyedit
You write it, I can edit it.
- Important blogs
- Website copy
- Sales Pages
My Simple 5 Step Process to a Blogs That Work
1. Brainstorm Session
We will meet for an initial discussion to talk about
who you want to attract
your current blogging strategy
any ideas you have for blogs
and what kind of publishing strategy will work best for you
2. COntent plans
Initially I will create a 3 month blog + keyword plan (moving to 6 month plans after the first 3 months) for you to approve.
3. Your Input
I create a Google Drive folder for each month and blog where you can put in images and relevant information (like vendors, etc). You can also record a voice memo through Cloud Audio Recorder for Google or Marco Polo with information about what you want me to say for each blog.
I need all of this information a week before the beginning of its publication month.
4. I Write
I write and you… well, you do whatever you want to do. You can focus on other work, play with your kid more, or just read a book.
But what you don’t have to do?
Worry about blogs anymore.
All copyediting jobs are given custom proposals based on the length of the text and how much work it needs.
Contact me for more information (and provide a link to the copy for a quicker response).