CEO sprints offer opportunities to focus, boost your productivity, and complete those business-related tasks that you’ve been pushing off.
Because copyediting is often a collaborative process, it’s important to set and maintain boundaries that promote a healthy work environment.
Before deciding whether to replace “social” with “sociable,” learn about this centuries-old zombie rule that stumps copyeditors to this day.
A rule exists claiming that the word “appreciate” should not be used to mean “value.” Interestingly, multiple dictionaries beg to differ.
Sometimes, copyediting rules can be subjective. The common yet controversial use of the word “get” is no exception.
Now that your freelance editing business is ready to take off, it’s time to learn the ins and outs of securing your very first client.
Of which, or whose? Here’s what history has to say about the grammatical correctness of these commonly used phrases.
Hearing from a potential client is exciting, but sometimes you need more details. Here’s what you need to know about responding to cold-calls.
Though not every editing job is put under contract, even low-risk projects would benefit from outlining the details with the client.
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