5 Tips to Help You Get Rid of Distractions When Working Remotely

2 weeks ago / by Jude Marriott Haresign
5 Tips to Help You Get Rid of Distractions When Working Remotely
As a freelance proofreader, you can work almost anywhere. But whether you’re working at home or on the go, you’ll need to make sure you can focus. In this post, then, we’ll offer some helpful advice on how to get rid of distractions when working remotely 1. Think About Where…
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Editor Profiles: Hannah (Proofreading for Increased Wellbeing)

2 weeks ago / by Jude Marriott Haresign
Editor Profiles: Hannah (Proofreading for Increased Wellbeing)
Freelance work can be a great way to take control of your schedule and your mental and physical health needs. To find out how this can work, we spoke to Hannah. Hannah was working a full-time retail job when she decided to pursue a career in proofreading. Since graduating from…
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Proofreading Tips: Abbreviations in AP Style

3 weeks ago / by Jude Marriott Haresign
Proofreading Tips: Abbreviations in AP Style
AP style is commonly used by journalists, marketers, and PR specialists, whose writing often includes abbreviations. So, if you’re proofreading a document that uses AP style, you'll need to know how abbreviations, acronyms, and initialisms should be presented. With that in mind, then, this guide covers how abbreviations should be…
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5 Tips on How to Cold Email Potential Clients

3 weeks ago / by Yessica Klein
5 Tips on How to Cold Email Potential Clients
Do you have a list of clients you'd like to work with? If you're wondering how to approach them, cold email   is one way freelance proofreaders can reach out to (and win) new clients. In this post, we'll show you how to: Write a subject line that catches the…
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