Having your edits reviewed can be a teeth-grinding process. It’s best to remove your emotions and remain as objective as possible.
Anyone can post copy onto a website, but it takes a skillful copyeditor to raise the standards and help make a web page stand out.
Copyediting notoriously lacks industry regulation. So, we’ve developed a helpful set of ten best practices that all copyeditors can follow.
Growing your freelance editing business into an agency can be overwhelming. Luckily, making simple changes to your process can help.
Without good team communication and coordination, a proofreading project can quickly become disorganized and confusing for everyone involved.
The easy camaraderie of the editor community can often lead us to forget our manners. Thankfully, there are easy ways to avoid this.
In some instances, misusing words can lead to unintentional, humorous results. Here’s how to easily identify these common mistakes.
Because copyediting is often a collaborative process, it’s important to set and maintain boundaries that promote a healthy work environment.
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.