Consistency.
Confidence.
Clarity.

Solidify your content and make sure your voice resonates

with the support of a professional editor.

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Why Hire an Editor?

Communication

Deliver a clear, consistent message to your

audience, customers, readers, and prospects.

Lead Conversion

Spelling or grammatical errors will 

effectively derail an advertising campaign, 

or completely obscure your message.

Confidence

Feel confidence in your voice, knowing a 

professional has solidified your clarity, tone, 

grammar, punctuation, transitions, and structure.

Academia

Errors in your writing undermine the 

validity of your content.  In an academic

 setting, accuracy is paramount.

Marketing

Attention to grammar, punctuation, syntax, 

and spelling reflect a company's attention to 

detail, something customers value greatly.

Publishing

Publishers will dismiss your submission if your writing is plagued by errors.  You have only one chance to make a first impression.  Be certain it's your best.

E x p e r i e n c e

Senior Assistant Editor

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Managed critical aspects of the editorial process of 800-page university guidebooks, including proofreading, statistical research, data management; conducted hundreds of interviews.

Marketing Manager

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Trusted with brand development, market analysis, competitive strategy, website review, advertisement and solicitation design, product positioning, and strategic analysis for various large and small corporations.

Copyeditor

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Editorial review and quality control of 

medical and clinical education manuscripts, 

tests, references, and applications.

S e r v i c e s

Copyediting

Copyediting is a light form of editing that applies a professional polish to a manuscript, website, blog or marketing content.  The editor reviews your work, fixing any mechanical errors in spelling, grammar, and punctuation.

Proofreading

When the material is nearly a finished product, the proofreader searches for typographical errors.  Proofreaders don’t suggest major changes to the text; rather, they look for minor text and formatting errors and confirm the material is ready for publication.

Mechanical Editing

Mechanical editing refers to the application of a particular style, such as The Chicago Manual of Style or Associated Press (AP) Style.  The editor reviews the content for punctuation, capitalization, spelling, abbreviations, references, and any other style rules.

Substantive Editing

The editor looks at your content line by line and analyzes each sentence.  The editor considers word choice, and the power and meaning of a sentence.  He or she considers syntax and whether a sentence needs to be trimmed or tightened.  The process involves tightening and clarifying at a chapter, scene, paragraph, and sentence level. 

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