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Negotiating is important, even for copyeditors. Learn how to guide your author or supervisor to get the answer you desire from your queries.
It’s not enough for copyeditors to know the rules of grammar; we must have editorial judgment on how and when to apply those rules. Editing instructors can give their students that judgment.
Cold-calling potential clients is not one of my favorite marketing activities. Yet it can be a way to win a new client or two.
Mistakes happen, and when they do, it’s good to know how to apologize for them. This guide will help you do so.
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Many editors struggle with using Google Docs in their work. It doesn’t have to be all bad. What I’ve learned from using it.