Have you ever hesitated before hitting the print/publish button on your promotional literature or website because you’ve been concerned about spelling or grammar?

I’m one of those irritating people who spot little mistakes when reading printed material. I confess that I’ve even been known to whip out my pen and make changes (apologies to anyone with me at the time).

It’s widely known that it’s difficult to proofread your own work. I get someone else to proofread for me, but give me something I’ve not written and the errors leap out.

People are often surprised when I pick up the smallest detail such as consistency in text (font style and size).

So if you want somebody to look over your spelling, grammar and the consistency of style and tone in your writing, it’s worth getting in touch.

What sort of things can you ask me to proofread?

  • Website content prior to going live
  • Promotional literature
  • Important emails to customers or staff
  • Press releases or articles for magazines
  • Books before final publication

The accuracy of your written text is so important.

If you have errors throughout your website or on your promotional literature, your potential customers may think that will not pay them any attention to detail either.

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