You probably know that a copy editor corrects the grammatical errors in articles. On top of that, he performs a lot of other important tasks. For instance, a good editor may restructure your epistle, ensuring that the right diction is maintained throughout the article. While at it, he maintains coherence.
And that brings me to the next point, many employers prefer grammar-checking webtools to copy editors. While these webtools were developed to accomplish editing tasks, nothing compares to a copy editor who knows his/her onions. For instance, a copy editor does fact-checking, changes titles to make it more captivating, improves content readability, arranges layout of text, etc. I don't suppose the online grammar-checker can do all that, can it? At this point, you know what a copy editor brings to your project.
Are you looking for a capable copy editor to critique, edit and proofread your book, article or research papers before it is published? If yes, I can do that for you.
Well, here are the qualities that set me apart from the rest:
- As a grammar Svengali, I have native-level proficiency in English language
- Having an eye for detail
- Backing up corrections with reliable online sources (If need be)
- Using the tone that appeals to your target audience
- Explaining why a grammatical syntax is unsuitable or incorrect
- And so much more.
Give me your proofreading/copyediting tasks, and watch me fix them in a New York minute.
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