FAQ

Here is a list of frequently asked questions about content writing, proofreading, and copyediting.

Q. How long does it take to create a new blog post or web page?

A. It depends on the subject matter, how much research I have to do, and how many words you want. In general, I can turn a project around in a few hours.

 

Q. What's the difference between proofreading and copyediting?

A. Proofreading corrects errors and mistakes that can be proven by reference to a dictionary or style guide, whereas copyediting goes further, changing text to improve clarity and readability.

Q. Do I have to register with you in order to use your service?

A. No, there is no registration. 

Q. What is a style guide?

A. A style guide is a set of rules and guidelines that tell an editor how to format a document. It may specify American English or British English and spellings, for example. The author of the document usually tells a proofreader which style guide to use, such as the Chicago Manual of Style or the Guardian Style Guide.

Q. How long does it take you to proofread a document?

A. This depends on how many words the document has, and how urgently you need the job completed. If we accept a document, we will estimate the timeframe and the cost before any work is started.