Does your writing say what you mean, clearly and efficiently? Is it accurate? Editing, sometimes referred to as copyediting or line editing, can fix common errors in:

  • Grammar
  • Spelling
  • Punctuation
  • Inconsistent capitalization, names, dates, numbers, etc.
  • Use of passive voice
  • Fact and clarity
  • Formatting


Can you afford to reprint your project if there’s a wrong phone number or an embarrassing typo, like “pubic” instead of “public”? What if your website sends readers to the wrong links? Typically proofreading provides a final review of copy, comparing your document with a previous version to see that all requested changes have been made. A final review will catch such problems as:

  • Typos
  • Errors in grammar, punctuation, consistency and spelling not previously caught
  • Design inconsistencies
  • Errors in page numbering and cross-references
  • Unintended line or page breaks

Writing and Rewriting

If writing is not your forte, let me help you say what you mean. I have years of experience writing marketing and public relations copy as well as articles for print and online media. I’ve written and refined blog copy for small businesses.

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