Frequently asked questions
What is the difference between editing and proofreading?
- The purpose of proofreading is to correct spelling, grammar, and punctuation errors. Proofreading does not include making changes to content.
- The purpose of editing is to make changes to the text to ensure consistency and flow. Editing includes improving word usage and the correction of spelling, grammar, and punctuation errors.
Do I need editing or content editing?
If your ideas are clearly communicated and you need help with proper flow and correction, then editing is the right choice for you.
If I select proofreading, can you still make small changes to my text?
No. The purpose of proofreading is to revise and correct spelling, grammar, and punctuation errors. If during the proofreading stage, we detect that the document needs editing, we will contact you with our suggestion to edit rather than proofread your document.
How quickly can I get started?
Submit your work (see BOOK NOW) and it will be returned within 1 to 3 days fully edited.
Who reads my stuff?
Your content will be read by myself or my trusted associates. All edits will be returned to me for quality and accuracy verification.
How did you partner with Kids Alive International?
We took and Editor's approach to choosing Kids Alive International. We chose this charity based on its overall consecutive scores received for its financial responsability, accountability, and transparency. Our evaluation was made using results from Charity Navigator, an organization dedicated to help find charities that can be trusted.