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Proofreading & Editing Services

 

Hold the presses! Don't publish that e-book or article just yet.
Let me dot your i's and cross your t's first!

Every writer needs a second set of eyes!
How often have you wished that you had a second set of eyes to look over your e-book, article, web copy, or newsletter before you published it? We have all been warned not to rely solely on our own proofreading abilities; we know we should always have someone with a fresh perspective review our writing before publishing. However, it's tough to accomplish this when you work alone or if your "significant other" is growing weary of providing complimentary editing services. Unaware that there is another option, many people attempt to perform the final edit themselves, and the results can be disastrous!

Your potential clients read between the lines.
Many business owners choose to market their services or products via newsletters, articles, and press releases because they are FREE! There's nothing wrong with thisI do the same thing. Since newsletters and articles are free to you (and to your potential clients), you may not see the value in spending your hard-earned cash to have someone else proofread them. But consider what an error-filled article says about you and your services. Will potential clients or customers question your attention to detail? What about your professionalism, your commitment to quality, or your intelligence? You and I both know that a few typos don't translate to a lack of professionalism, but how would your potential clients interpret this?

Proofreading and editing services are more affordable than you think!
You may assume that you can't afford proofreading or editing services, but you're wrong! My rates are quite affordable and will easily fit into almost any budget. For more information on proofreading/editing rates and billing policies, please see my Rates page.

Free samples & estimates
Because each person has a unique writing style, it's difficult for me to provide an estimate without first seeing your work. If you'd like an estimate, simply email the rough draft of your document to me, and I'll edit a small section (about 100-150 words) at no charge. This will allow me to provide an accurate estimate and will give you a feeling for the quality of my work before you turn over your project for proofreading and editing.

Why Accu-Assist?
So what qualifies me to edit your writing? Simply put, I have an excellent command of the English language, and you will not find anyone who pays greater attention to detail. I also understand the subtle differences between words that sound or look alike, so I'll catch the mistakes that spell-checker won't!

I'll let you in on a little secret . . .
I hate to admit it, but I am a perfectionist. While this can be problematic at times, perfectionism is an ideal characteristic to look for in an editor! You can rest assured that I will put in the time and effort to ensure that your writing is always at its best!

My certifications:
I have received master level certifications in Spelling and English Vocabulary from Brainbench.com―feel free to take a peek at my transcript if you'd like. You'll also want to review my glowing testimonials. For more information on my education and experience, please check out the About section.  Feel free to contact me if you have any questions, or if you'd like to discuss how I can assist you.

Ready to get started?

Just contact me at info@accu-assist.com, and I'll get right to work! The "presses" will be rolling again in no time!

Details:

Typical turnaround time is 2-3 business days for documents
   under 2,000 words. Lead time varies for documents exceeding
   2,000 words and depends on availability.

Rush projects will be considered on a case-by-case basis and
   are subject to a 40% rush order fee.

Total word count is determined by using the "Word Count" tool in
   Microsoft Word 2003.

Your work can be submitted via email as a Microsoft Word document,
   a text file, or an HTML file. Revisions will be returned to you in
   a Microsoft Word document with the "Track Changes" tool turned on.

The Chicago Manual of Style (15th edition), The Gregg Reference Manual
  
(10th edition), The  AP Stylebook (2007 edition), and various
   Internet resources will be used to verify grammar and standard usage.

For more information on proofreading/editing rates and billing policies, please see my Rates page.
 

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