So here’s how this works...
I don’t have samples to show you because I can’t share my client’s work with you (NDAs and all). But I have several testimonials (see below).
Before you decide to take me on for the long haul, you need to know if I’m the right fit.
So first, you can give me one or two test projects to edit for you (paid, of course).
I require at least a day’s notice before you send it to me.
I also require a 50% upfront payment from new clients before I begin.
Depending on the content or copy you want me to work on, Google Docs is what I use. But if you want it edited in Word, I can do that too.
After you share the file with me on Google Docs, I’ll do the first round of edits and notify you — or your writer — when I’m done.
They’ll make the necessary changes and respond to my comments. And if it’s copyediting, we repeat this process two more times.
By the third round of edits, it’ll be good to go.
My usual turnaround time for copyediting is 2 days per 3000 words. For proofreading, it’s 2 days per 5000 words.
But I’m always flexible and willing to work with your deadlines. This turnaround time is also heavily dependent on how quickly your writers are able to make the revisions after each round of edits.
When I’m done, I’ll send you an invoice for the remaining half of the payment.
And that’s it!
If you like my work and want to keep me on for the long haul, we’ll seal the deal by signing a contract agreement for the duration you need my services.
If you have one, we can use yours or I can send mine.
Now, all you have to do is relax!
Each time you have a project, my team and I will be there to help you.
We’ll go through the same process above for editing.
Ideally, I’d love to know well in advance when you have a project that needs editing so we can make sure we’re available to give you the best service.